In the latest Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary, David Kotok recapped GIC's latest program, Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance with Rowan University, held on October 14, 2022.
In his recent Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary, David Kotok gives an update on the COVID-19 Delta variant.
COVID-19 Impacts and Philanthropic Opportunities: GGA Interview with Atlanta Fed President Raphael BosticMay 31, 2020
GIC Board Member, David Kotok provides insight into an interview with Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic in this submission of Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary.
GIC Board Member, David Kotok discusses the rationale for wearing face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic in this submission of Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary.
GIC Board Member, David Kotok reflects on the life of Paul Volcker in this submission of Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary.
GIC Board Member, David Kotok reflects on his experiences of September 11, 2001 in this submission of Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary.
By yearend, 8 states will have recreational Marijuana; 29 will have medical usage. Meanwhile a reversal of established policy gives an “in your face” to the majority of the country. That is the result of the latest gesture by the US Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
This commentary was co-authored by Philippa Dunne (The Liscio Report) and David Kotok (Cumberland Advisors). It reflects their personal views. A saga unfolds. First, snippets of online news, followed by TV images and “breaking news” reports. “Another one,” she thinks. “Ugh!” he exclaims, “madness! Why? What is the matter with these people?” Two thousand miles […]
This is a BBC report about US-Canada trade and transit: bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-39449515. Behaviors have consequences, and that is true even among the best of friends. It is safe to assert that the US-Canada nation-state relationship is one of the very strongest the US has. The two countries maintain a 3000-mile border and have been allies […]
Standing where I stood to snap the photograph, a casual observer wouldn’t particularly notice the structure or reflect on its history. The tourist’s eye is attracted instead to the jungle’s green canopy, the swirling waters of the river, or monkeys and a toucan. There are no markings now on this vacant building(cumber.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/IMG_0487.jpg). It was originally […]
“Unsustainable things continue until they stop.” That is how Herb Stein answered Richard Nixon when Nixon asked about economic timing. The financial and economic construction of the EU and the eurozone has now reached the realm of the unsustainable. Something has to give as the boundaries of policy are stretched toward their outer limits while […]