Bull & Baird Author of the Bull & Baird "blog" is Michael AntonelliPrivate Wealth Management Market StrategistMichael joined Baird in 2007He began writing daily emails to clients in 2010 and posting publicly online in 2013The rest, they say, is history! Enjoy. Twitter: @BullandBaird February 25 2021FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out)Risk and return go hand in hand.February 1 2021The Game Never StopsThe investing game, the REAL game, never stops. January 14 2021You've Got MailTips on how to not let doomsayers sway you from your investing goals.January 5 20212021 "Outlook"A framework for 2021.November 23 2020Being ThankfulGiving thanks and lingering in small moments. November 2 2020The Investors GambitInspired by the Netflix show "The Queens Gambit" - the lessons investors can learn from Beth Harmon.October 14 2020Reasons to SellSix instances when investors should consider selling assets from a long-term diversified portfolio. You may be surprised!September 15 2020Stock Market Lessons from 2020There are lessons we learned from the market during this crisis but they pale in comparison to lessons we learned about ourselves. August 4 2020Investing in EducationProviding clients the the right financial education requires creativity and perseverance.July 9 2020What Keeps Me Up At Night?Build a plan, have a goal, find someone to talk you through the tough times, then spend your days doing what you love and ignoring the noise.June 16 2020Not A Recovery, A Revival"Help us be a part of this revival, not recovery, so that going forward our nation (and economy) is better for every single person."May 7 2020Grading My ActionsAs a market strategist in Baird’s Private Wealth Division. Michael spends his entire life in investing. How did he fare over the past two months? Apr 1 2020Just Show UpSharing words of wisdom from Baird's Chairman and former CEO and President, Paul Purcell, who recently passed away at the age of 73. Mar 25 2020Lessons Learned From a BasementFocus on what you can control. Mar 16 2020When Will the Market Bottom?What the scenario might look like.Mar 10 2020Serious Times"This is our time to shine, all of us at Baird, and we won’t let our clients down."Mar 3 2020A Front Row Seat to HistoryWhat you see in front of you is not permanent. Feb 28 2020It's OK To Be HumanThe S&P 500 is down over 13% this week. The fastest 10% correction in history.Feb 24 2020Pondering a Selloff"Now is a good time to remind you that 'goals-based investing' is crucial to your success." Yes! Yes! Yes! Feb 19 2020 FrustratedCommentary on current market frustrations like the lack of sellers and uncertainty with China.Feb 4 2020Wait What?Why is Michael Antonelli, Baird’s Private Wealth Management Market Strategist, scratching his head? Jan 27 2020True Risk"Did a single strategist write about a viral outbreak originating in the 6th largest city in China posing a threat to a tentative global economic recovery? Of course not, but that’s TRUE risk."Jan 17 2020There is No Magic 8 BallTrain rides through the Alps and the Stock Market have a few things in common right now; they're both gentle, plodding, and peaceful.Jan 7 2020Some Things Never Change"The problem with early year fund flows is they can run out or get scared out of the market by something that TRULY matters."Dec 30 20192020 and Beyond“...more people wake up trying to make the World better than make it worse and that, my friends, is worth investing in."Dec 19 2019The ForceStar Wars Episode 9 premieres today. Come learn how investors were a lot like Jedi's in 2019.Dec 3 2019That Time of YearTrade war headlines. Like Phil Connors in Punxsutawney Pennsylvania we are never going to escape this story. Nov 21 2019Green Like Baby YodaTalkin' stocks and feeling global growth has likely bottomed. Nov 18 2019The DecadeNearing the first decade in U.S. history without a recession. What does the next decade hold? What‘s the most important thing, as an investor, to know?Oct 23 2019Yacht RockA casual chat about music and Behavioral Finance by Michael Antonelli and John Taft, Vice Chairman of the Board.Oct 21 2019Maximum FrustrationSideways markets, among other interesting things... We'd enjoy hearing from you. Name Email Address Phone Question Thank you! Oops!