When Hacks Get Hacked

By | September 26th, 2017|Advisor Insights|

According to Merriam-Webster, “schadenfreude” is an unintentional pleasure that comes from seeing or hearing about another person's troubles or failures. Etymologically, the word is taken from German – Schaden, meaning damage, plus Freude, meaning joy. A good example of the term would be the certain joy many in the industry are experiencing as they witness [...]

Don’t Bank On It

By | September 12th, 2017|Advisor Insights|

Unless you serve on the Fargo Historical Society, you probably don’t know that North Dakota’s largest city is named after a fine fellow named William Fargo. We’re not entirely sure why, maybe because he was a director of the Northern Pacific Railway, or maybe because he was a two-term mayor of Buffalo. Whatever the [...]