A history of how a shipping company becomes a bank Dr. Tiemann was the invited speaker at the Rotary Club of San Mateo on February. His talk was entitled “Banking in Gold Rush California — The Adams Express Company.” In this talk, Dr. Tiemann explores the story of the Adams Express Company — the largest express company and second-largest bank [...]
Dr. Tiemann presented a talk at the Business Management Discussion Group on Monday, February 4th in Santa Monica, California entitled “Why the Debt Ceiling Matters - and What to do About It.”
We want to thank everyone for your support throughout the year and wish you the best for the coming year. We are especially grateful for your support at this sad time, while we mourn the loss of Kathy Hughes Anderson, our wonderfully cheerful and able office admin. She made the beautiful wreath shown in the image for us, just [...]
By Valerie Gardner, posted on December 15, 2018, updated December 28, 2018 It is with sudden and stunning sorrow that we find ourselves entering the holiday season without our long-time friend and colleague, Kathy Hughes Anderson. Kathy has very ably and energetically served as our office manager since 2012, keeping our office humming, making it look beautiful, assisting our clients' [...]
Dr. Tiemann has begun to research California banking history and to present his findings in talks, such as one given at the Huntington Library in July 2018 entitled "Globalization 1855: How the Crimean War Upended Banking in Gold Rush San Francisco."
Written by Valerie Gardner, TIA Principal & Business Manager, April 12, 2018 Welcome! We are pleased to introduce a new Tiemann Investment Advisor website to those coming to visit us online. We are now located at tiemanninvestmentadvisors.com but if you go to "tiemann.net" you will be automatically redirected to the new website. Once again, though we have an updated design [...]
Post of Barrons article quoting Dr. Tiemann Author Vito J. Racanelli published an article entitled "Corporate Scandals Have a Cost for Investors" in Barrons, in which he discussed the phenomena of Corporate America's multitude of "ethical and reputational fiascos . . . corporate half-truths, deception and sexual misconduct" incidents, many of which have been dominating the headlines. It turns out [...]
Stagnant incomes, underemployment, and job insecurity are key reasons so many voters in Europe and America are now willing to embrace candidates outside of the mainstream. But the now stultifying level of private debt, and the accompanying impact on growth, is an equally important reason.