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Adam B. Scott

Adam B. Scott is a co-founder of Argyle Capital Partners. A veteran of Morgan Stanley and UBS Wealth Management in Beverly Hills, Adam uses his extensive market knowledge and macro-level analysis to implement customized solutions for high net worth investors.

Adam is a graduate of Tufts University in Boston where he studied Mechanical Engineering and Finance, captained the Men’s Varsity Tennis Team, and served on the Senior Leadership Committee. Today Adam is still an avid tennis player and skier, and volunteers his free time to the Fulfillment Fund, the Tufts Alumni Association and coaching local youth sports.

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Recent Articles By The Author

Now Is Not the Time to Sell, Mortimer

And while no one can say when the most optimal time to buy stocks will be, history says we are very close to it, if not there already.

3 Attractive Ways to Play This Interest-Rate-Sensitive Environment

What I like about buying these interest-rate-sensitive securities here is that there's a pretty decent margin of safety.

Low VIX Doesn't Mean High Gains

There are better indicators for the broader markets, and they're flashing red.

This Euphoria Looks Very Much Like Old-Fashioned Complacency

Just think about what the market has shrugged off in the past nine months.

Are the Financial Media on Your Side?

In many ways, what you hear is no more than a sales pitch.

6 Months Later, It's a Whole New Ballgame

Not too long ago, it was best to stay from foreign assets and energy exposure. That was then, this is now.

What 6 Data Points Tell Us About the Market

What's changed in the last 3 months?

What If Things Are Actually OK?

It's amazing how many investors are positioned for the worst; here are reasons to rethink that approach.

'The War of 1,812' May Finally Be Over

Action on 6 battlefronts show reasons for optimism.

'The War of 1,812' May Finally Be Over

Action from 6 battlefronts show reasons for optimism.

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