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When News Lets You Down, Go To The Primary Sources

Feb 19, 2020 - Max Osbon ( 7 mins to read)

We live in the Age of Data. There’s an endless stream of data points on every topic, especially in the field of economics. The media and politicians regularly serve up numbers that support their point of view. If you feel it’s hard to trust these data-driven arguments, you’re right. When data is cherry-picked, omitted, conflated or obscured, any conclusions must be treated skeptically. That’s w...

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SNOWPORT WINTER VILLAGE

Feb 11, 2020 - Max Osbon ( < 1 minute to read)

Snowport the Seaport’s new Winter Village features a 3,000 square foot ice skating rink and an array of complimentary winter activities including iceless curling, yoga, themed skate nights, as well as warm beverages and freshly baked waffles by The Waffle Cabin. Here thru Friday Feb, 28th. Boston Seaport Skating Rink 65 Northern Avenue, Boston

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Routine, Complex and Innovative Investment Management

The three tiers of managing wealth

Feb 4, 2020 - Max Osbon ( 5 mins to read)

Let’s take a break from politics and global health to talk about your portfolio management. There are three necessary components of your investment management. You're familiar with the first part, all of the routine tasks typically associated with investing. Eventually there’s a need for the second element, where advanced analysis kicks in. Forward-looking and innovation-based activities compri...

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Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite

Feb 4, 2020 - Max Osbon ( < 1 minute to read)

Two-time Emmy® Award winner Sarah Jessica Parker and two-time Tony Award® winner Matthew Broderick are performing together on stage for the first time in over 20 years in the Neil Simon comedy Plaza Suite. This uproarious and piercing look at love and marriage made its world premiere at the Colonial in 1968, and now it’s coming back to Boston in a pre-Broadway engagement for three weeks only — directed by Tony Award winner John Benjamin Hickey. Two world-class actors play three hilarious ...

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12th Annual Harvard Square Chili Cook Off

Jan 29, 2020 - Max Osbon ( < 1 minute to read)

The renowned 12th Annual ‘Some Like it Hot’ Chili Cook-off returns to Harvard Square on Saturday, February 1st, 2020 – a precursor to the Super Bowl! Bring the whole family for this festive, fun and free outdoor event! Sample chili from Harvard Square’s hottest restaurants. Taste them all and vote for your favorite!  The restaurant with the most votes will be presented with the highly coveted Harvard Square Chili Pot! 27 Brattle Street, Cambridge - 1:00pm – 2:30pm

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The Math of Retirement

3 Important Questions

Jan 29, 2020 - Max Osbon ( 5 mins to read)

There are many ways to look at your financial circumstances over the course of a lifetime, but at some point we all give some thought about how well prepared we are for retirement. Will money be tight, or will we have plenty to live the life we envision? Do we need to make changes in investments, spending or expectations? Let’s explore three financial elements that affect the math of retirement...

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TEDxNatick

Jan 22, 2020 - Max Osbon ( < 1 minute to read)

The 5th annual TEDxNatick is an all-volunteer, community-driven initiative, that brings together 800 community members, civic leaders, business leaders, technologists, artists, educators, and other professionals for a full day of thought-provoking talks, inspiring music, conversations and networking. This year’s event will have over 20 corporate and individual sponsors, and 12 fantastic speakers. Saturday January, 25th Natick High School - 15 West St, Natick

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Entre les rangs

Jan 15, 2020 - Max Osbon ( < 1 minute to read)

Boston's Seaport is getting an interactive outdoor art installation for the 2019-20 winter season. First debuted in Montreal, Entre les rangs—which in English means “between the rows”—will be installed from December 9th through February 2nd. Entre les rangs is a tribute to fields of wheat that shimmer in the wind as the seasons pass. The installation’s changing nature – depending on wind, precipitation, light (both natural and artificial) and human interaction – encourages visitors to return....

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Boston Ballet School Open Houses

Jan 8, 2020 - Max Osbon ( < 1 minute to read)

Boston Ballet is inviting families with children between 16 months and age 7 to experience a free class led by professional faculty and learn about Boston Ballet School’s expertly designed curriculum. Classes are held in Boston, Newton, and the Northshore. Make sure to pre-register as space is limited. January 10-16, 2020.

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