Posts Tagged ‘Scott Reed’

Hidden investment fees, do you really care how much?

by Published: November 14,2010

Tags: MBJ column, Scott Reed

People have claimed for years, I being one of them, that the investment world is wrought with hidden fees. There is the spread between bid and ask prices that goes to someone. There is the expense ratio in mutual funds that is spread out to many different individuals and entities. That expense includes (12b-1) fees […] [...]

Are you using strategic or tactical investing?

by Published: August 22,2010

Tags: investing, MBJ column, Scott Reed

Strategic versus tactical investing. What are they and which one should I be using in my portfolio?  If you haven’t thought about this it doesn’t mean that you don’t use one or the other, it may just mean that you don’t know which one you are using. It’s important to know what these strategies are […] [...]

Thinking straight will get you in trouble every time

by Published: July 4,2010

Tags: MBJ column, Scott Reed

It seems to me that to be good in the investment business you just can’t think straight.  Thinking straight will get you in trouble every time.  Now I didn’t say think smart, I said think straight.  Thinking straight to me means thinking in a straight line.  Let me give you an example.  My business partner […] [...]

Current market fluctuations more about psychology

by Published: June 20,2010

Tags: column, finances, MBJ, Scott Reed

Well, it’s no wonder that everyone is once again worried about the stock market.  What with Greece having problems funding their debt, (not the Broadway show but the actual country), and Goldman Sachs out there creating products and then betting against their own children, so to speak, after selling them in good faith to their […] [...]

Financial services bills on the hill

by Published: April 4,2010

Tags: column, financial services bills, Scott Reed

My family went to Washington for spring break this year; the nation’s capital, not the state. I wanted to show them our government at work and I wanted them to experience the history through our monuments and our museums. It is a trip worth taking, not only for the children but to remind ourselves that […] [...]

It’s all about expectations

by Published: March 7,2010

Tags: column, Olympics, Scott Reed

I heard someone say recently that we had just too much Olympics. Every two years is just too much. I couldn’t disagree more. I love watching those that are the best in sports, but are not usually covered by the sports media, compete for something other than a paycheck or endorsement money.  I was disappointed […] [...]

Q&A: Scott Reed, CEO, Hardy-Reed Capital Advisors

Don’t chase the hot dot Reed believes in a conservative, steady approach to investment Scott Reed is CEO of the Tupelo investment firm Hardy-Reed Capital Advisors and has served in the financial industry since 1985.  A graduate of Vanderbilt University, Reed is a certified investment management consultant and an accredited investment fiduciary analyst.  He recently […] [...]

Hardy Reed staffers attend conference

Scott Reed, John C. Hardy and Ken Parkinson, Accredited Investment Fiduciary designees, from Hardy Reed Capital Advisors were among those attending the fifth-annual Fiduciary360 (fi360) National Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz. Attendees at the conference were updated on numerous issues relating to fiduciary best practices including new approaches to asset allocation in the aftermath of the […] [...]

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