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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 Adoption of ESG Investment Strategies for Catholic Investors

Part 3 – Are Morally Responsible / Christian-based Investment Strategies the Answer to ESG?   In the second part of this series, we looked at the divergence between the mainstream ESG framework and Catholic Social Justice Doctrine, highlighting how, though the goals may be the same, ESG’s incomplete and inaccurate perspective of the human person...

The economy has made considerable progress toward our dual-mandate objectives.

  The economy has made considerable progress toward our dual-mandate objectives. – Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell   The first quarter of 2024 concluded with another solid gain for global equities, driven in part by ongoing U.S. equity market leadership. U.S. equities rose consistently throughout the quarter to record the best start to a year...

We believe that our policy rate is likely at or near its peak for this tightening cycle…

  …we believe that our policy rate is likely at or near its peak for this tightening cycle… – Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell   2023 ended in appropriate fashion, with impressive returns to cap a year of impressive returns. Investors rang in the New Year optimistic the Federal Reserve has guided the economy into...

An Investment Framework to Value Crytpocurrency

I wrote the following article for the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute (CFAI) to be published on their website Enterprising Investor. The article is free to read on the CFAI site without a subscription, but I’ve included it below for your convenience.   An Answer to “Crypto’s Unanswered Question: At What Price?” A few foundational microeconomic...

The Adoption of ESG Investment Strategies for Catholic Investors

Part 2 – The Challenges Implementing an ESG Investment Strategy Using a Catholic World View   In the first part of this series, we looked at the foundational similarities between ESG-focused investment strategies and the Catholic Church’s social justice doctrine, highlighting the broad parallels and framing the ESG approach as an expression of Catholic social...

The Adoption of ESG Investment Strategies for Catholic Investors

Part 1 – The Nexus Between ESG Investment Philosophies and Catholic Social Justice Doctrine   It’s hard to spend more than ten minutes perusing an investment-related website or news source without coming across at least one article focused on the topic of ESG-based investing (Environmental, Social and Governance). At roughly $20 trillion, depending on the...

And ultimately, though, there’s so much uncertainty around these things.

  And ultimately, though, there’s so much uncertainty around these things. –  Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell   Financial markets struggled during the third quarter. Resilient economic activity, elevated equity valuations and a re-evaluation of the Federal Reserve’s determination to maintain restrictive monetary policy pushed bond yields up and both stock and bond prices down....

Sorry to interrupt the festivities Dave, but I think we’ve got a problem.

  Sorry to interrupt the festivities Dave, but I think we’ve got a problem. – HAL 9000 (2001: A Space Odyssey)   Global equity markets advanced during the second quarter, building on the first quarter’s strength. Investors, clamoring to board the Artificial Intelligence hype train, crowded into a concentrated basket of technology and technology-related stocks,...

Our goal is to help Main Street, not Wall Street.

  Janet Yellen’s quote is the basis for our first quarter Global Economic and Markets Review, in which we focus on the nexus between Main Street and Wall Street, the divergence between what bond investors seem to expect and what equity investors seem to expect, and why Janet Yellen’s statement is important for both over...

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...

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7 AM - 3PM
OUR LOCATIONSWhere to find us?
4600 S Syracuse St 9th Floor, Denver, CO 80237
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