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Douglas P. McCormick
HCI Equity Partners, Family Inc. author, Bunker Labs Chair, Board Member Team RWB/National Endowment for Financial Education, Crown Fellow, proud father (X2)
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Douglas P. McCormick Apr 27
Thoughtful, pragmatic approach to one of societies most pressing debates
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Douglas P. McCormick Jan 2
Focus on solving the problems, but don’t forget the tremendous progress
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Douglas P. McCormick Nov 23
Two key lessons: 1. Invest in what you understand, 2. Price is driven by momentum in the short run but fundamentals in the long run
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Jim Harshaw ⚔️ Nov 23
"One of the biggest problems in America that no one is talking about with
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Downtown Josh Brown Nov 21
$265 billion has been ripped out of Apple’s market cap in the last month. Pause for a second and think about how much money that is.
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Success Thru Failure 🏔 Nov 22
"Manage your career like you manage your money.' A how-to with
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CNAS Oct 31
As veteran demographics change, the veteran philanthropy landscape is changing, too. A new working paper by , , and provides a financial analysis of veterans organizations:
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Douglas P. McCormick Nov 2
Great article for anyone following philanthropy serving with
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Douglas P. McCormick Nov 2
Happy birthday to this special women! While we started celebrating together when she was just seventeen, she hasn’t changed a bit— passionate, funny, fearless, strong, big attitude, mad…
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Ritholtz Wealth Oct 31
A Top or The Top? "Since the S&P 500 bottomed in March 2009, there are 337 stocks that were part of the index then that still remain in it today. Of those 337, Amazon is one of 38 that has gained 1,000%." by
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Douglas P. McCormick Oct 31
In the long term, the biggest risk to the purchasing power of your is , not volatility
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Douglas P. McCormick Oct 31
Change is the only constant — must evolve and adapt with the needs of the community
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Douglas P. McCormick Oct 29
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Megan King Oct 29
Authored by Board Member and it is great insight for the VSO space and funding models. Post 9/11 orgs are rapidly changing the market dynamics - we all still have work to do on the research, and understanding the veteran population- this outlines why!
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Mike Erwin Oct 29
Super important piece for anyone involved in the non-profit space. Co-authored by fellow Board member !
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Douglas P. McCormick Oct 29
An important read for anyone working in or supporting
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CNAS Oct 25
As veteran demographics change, the veteran philanthropy landscape is changing, too. A new working paper by , , and provides a financial analysis of veterans organizations:
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Army Football Sep 22
We fought until the end.
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Douglas P. McCormick Aug 31
Replying to @doug_mccormick
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Douglas P. McCormick Aug 31
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