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Week 2: Large But Not In Charge, Socially Aware Investing and AP Photography NFTs

Jan 12, 2022 - Max Osbon ( 7 mins to read)

Briefing: The S&P 500 does not allow unprofitable companies into the index, so we took a look at the current list of the top ten unprofitable US companies. Six of those companies are in the Nasdaq Index. | A recent survey related to corporate leadership showed that the general American public wants better quality jobs and better wages. | Associated Press will begin selling photography NFTs on M...

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Week 1: Byron Wien’s Predictions and The Great Robotics Rollout

Jan 5, 2022 - Max Osbon ( 6 mins to read)

Happy New Year and Welcome to Week 1 of 2022! Briefing: Byron Wien released his annual markets surprise list highlighting global energy challenges as a recurring theme. | We have seen the first proofs of concept of a diverse set of robotic workers ready for everything from grills to warehouses. | The Oculus headset outsold the Xbox for the first time marking a major milestone in VR and metav...

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Week 51: Inspiring Workers, Giving and Gratitude

Dec 22, 2021 - Max Osbon ( 4 mins to read)

Inspiring workers: wages and labor participation There’s a lingering question in the US around unemployment, and many wonder how long we can have both a shortage of workers and a relatively high unemployment rate. In the US, we peaked at 158.7mm workers in February 2020, just before the onset of COVID. Today we are back to the 155.1mm US worker level, just a few million short of the all-time...

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Osbon Capital Management is a family office and independent wealth management firm located in Boston. We provide comprehensive investment services to wealthy families and entrepreneurs. With no products to sell or shareholders to satisfy, we have candid, unbiased, thoughtful partnerships with our clients. We’ve worked hard to create an investor experience united by a shared purpose and shared values.

-Max Osbon

"Technology is both the problem and the solution. The problem is tech continues to be enormously disruptive. The solution and the antidote is to participate in that disruption by owning a piece of the future."

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-John Osbon

"Even though fiduciary rules are now widely known in investment management, very few families apply them consistently. Osbon Capital was founded according to the fiduciary rule, to put client interests ahead of the sales motivations of the investment industry"

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-Shruti Bansal

"Having worked at many wealth management firms, too often I see professionals firmly rooted in the status quo. Managers who adapt and pivot will out-think, out-strategize and out-execute their peers in any market environment."

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-Max Osbon

"It's always a good time to invest in the future. As long as you watch out for value traps and over-promised business models, progress and innovation are a formidable force of nature."

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-John Osbon

"We expect this bifurcated recovery to continue. One curious result from this episode is that the business cycle of boom and bust may finally be gone, thanks to the Fed."

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CUSTOM STRATEGIES

Your investments are carefully tailored to your unique financial needs and family priorities. Risk management, expenses and tax exposures are key.

BIG PICTURE PERSPECTIVE

Utilizing best-in-class technology we provide comprehensive real-time reporting on all your assets, regardless of location.

COLLECTIVE EXPERTISE

We coordinate strategies across multiple disciplines such as tax strategy, trust and estate planning, mortgage needs, life insurance etc.

Osbon Capital is carbon negative

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Osbon Chatter Ice Skating at the Boston Common

Located in the center of the Boston Common, the magic of the Frog Pond is apparent as you stroll up. Open from December to March, depending on how cold the winter is, you can take a spin around the pond—or just watch skaters zoom by. Bring your own skates or rent some at the concession stand. Lessons for all ages are available, and there are cute seal-shaped skating aids for children. Open seven days a week, the weekends and holidays are the busiest. While you wait your turn, there’s a café and free WiFi to keep you occupied. Boston Common Frog Pond Ice Rink