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“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.”
– Thomas Merton

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Art Appreciation

July 24, 2019 // David Neunuebel

David Neunuebel, senior advisor and partner of the Neunuebel Barrantes Wealth Management Group of Raymond James, is almost as passionate about art as he is about financial advising.

Short-Term, Long-Term Market Perspective

June 15, 2019 // David Neunuebel

Financial assets, namely stocks, bonds and cash, are different from what we call “real” assets.

An Investment Concept

February 21, 2019 // David Neunuebel

We thought we’d share some of our thoughts about how we think through portfolio construction, what to put in it and how to weight the things we put in it.

2019 and Beyond

January 7, 2019 // David Neunuebel

Okay, let’s talk.


November 19, 2018 // David Neunuebel

It amazes me how much fear has been perpetrated on us over the past decade. Everything is urgent. Everything is crisis.

Do you read the Menu from right to left?

July 30, 2018 // David Neunuebel

When you go to a restaurant do you read the menu from right-to-left to determine what you’re going to eat? That is, do you look for the cheapest thing on the menu and then decide to eat that?

The Speed of Noise

June 15, 2018 // David Neunuebel

Have you ever loved silence, at least once in a while?

When we sit out on the front portal at our home in Santa Fe, it is so quiet it’s hard to get used to. Silence, clear silence. Quiet, stillness. It takes awhile to get used to it because I’m too often rushing, or if not technically rushing, doing, thinking, planning, whatever.

This is for you!

June 8, 2018 // David Neunuebel

This bit of news has been way under the radar, and I believe it’s a big deal: according to Bloomberg, first-time home buyers rushed into the market last year, making up 38% of single-family home purchases - the biggest share since 2000.


June 1, 2018 // David Neunuebel

"2018 should be gangbusters for earnings – I think a lot of companies are going to report stronger numbers than the revisions suggested simply because they couldn’t get full guidance."