Are You Really Listening to Your Clients? By Jennifer Monahan-Searles

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I once moderated sixty (yes, sixty!) focus groups for the United States Postal Service over a 5 week time period.  And, with the exception of the one focus group where I had to eject one of the participants for unruly behavior, they were all pretty much the same.  I heard the exact same needs, requirements […]

By |September 22nd, 2010|Uncategorized|0 Comments

A Little Slice of Market History Part 4 by Wade Dokken

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By late 1974 very little of the stock market was left in the “upper tier” and the vast majority, including a number of perfectly good companies, were in the rubble below.  When asked later about this period Warren Buffet replied, “1974 in terms of buying opportunities—that was the best period I have seen.”  Market prices […]

By |August 13th, 2010|Uncategorized|16 Comments