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Welcome to Capital Revelations, our platform for education and commentary regarding the issues we are passionate about.

We expect to write a short piece whenever inspiration prompts us to do so, probably once or twice a month. Expect the topics to mirror the prominent topics of our website, but through the lens of the three primary forms of capital -  human (intellectual and social), physical, and financial. We hope to share what experience, conversation, and literature have revealed to us regarding the beneficial utilization of the various forms of capital we all possess. And of course, we welcome any comments or feedback you might have. Enjoy!
The One Gift Covid-19 IS Giving Us

As our society reluctantly adopts various measures designed to limit the spread of Covid-19, I’ve noticed more articles offering suggestions for how people can adjust to the challenges of social distancing, and in particular, how families can handle the stress of everyone being at home for a prolonged period of time. No doubt, certain aspects...

The Shocking Reality of Financial Exploitation and Fraud Against Seniors

Let’s be blunt – there isn’t anything so despicable as abuse and exploitation of our most vulnerable members of society. And while child abuse / exploitation / trafficking is as despicable as it gets, the exploitation and fraud perpetrated on the elderly is just as malicious, in our opinion. And yet, it’s a shockingly common...

Through the eyes of a 10-year-old – The Fed’s Policy of Financial Repression is Suddenly Personal

I’ve written about the deleterious effects the Fed’s interest-rate setting policy is having on savers. Of course, as a saver, I have personal experience with the ramifications. But this weekend, my experience is about to get a whole lot more personal. About a month ago, my 10-year-old son begged me to take him to the...

Which is better, giving your children an allowance, or paying them to do chores?

When our clients with young children ask us whether they should be giving their children an allowance or paying them to do chores, our answer is almost always “Yes”. The question is most often posed as an “either/or”, but in fact raising financially literate and capable children is a “both/and” answer. Allowances and payment for...

Why do we invest?

Why do we invest? A cursory review of popular financial media and financial industry marketing materials would lead one to believe that we invest because we want to “beat the market”. Whether it’s an index fund or other “passive” strategy claiming that the market can’t be beat (if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em), or...

Rising Interest Rates – Is a Bond Bear Market Such a Bad Thing For Investors?

In the last few days, bonds have experienced a sharp upward movement in yields across all maturities, but especially so in what traders call “the belly of the curve”, maturities between 2 years and 10 years. And since bond yields and bond prices move inversely to each other, as bond yields have risen, bond prices...

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OUR LOCATIONSWhere to find us?
4600 S Syracuse St 9th Floor, Denver, CO 80237
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