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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

To Make Money, Stop Worrying About the Bear Market and Be Patient

It is at times like this that opportunities occur.

Stop Worrying About the Bear Market

It is at times like this that opportunities occur.

Buy Big-Cap Value ETFs in a Post-QE World

These funds pay more than Treasuries, whose yields remain depressed.

2015 Can't Be Over Soon Enough

From an investing standpoint, this has been a tough year.

Ignore the Panic: Kinder Morgan's Dividend Is Not in Jeopardy

MLPs have much more financial flexibility with their balance sheets than many realize.

Putin On the Ritz

The Market Vectors Russia ETF could be an enormous winner from a risk/reward standpoint.

Watch What the Fed Says, Not What It Does

Markets will look at the FOMC's communique more than its actions.

If There's a Correction, Make Sure Math Is Correct

Don't be fooled by 'get back to even' scare tactics.

What Part Does Hope Play in Investing?

Its role must be acknowledged, otherwise what are you trying to do?

Icahn't Believe Icahn's Junk-Bond Remarks

Activist investor's criticism of high-yield-bond ETFs is misplaced.

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