Business News

Holiday Greetings 2018

By | 2018-12-26T20:31:18+00:00 December 23rd, 2018|Business News, TIA|

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 [...]

Honoring Kathy Hughes Anderson

By | 2018-12-29T12:16:12+00:00 December 15th, 2018|Business News, Future Generations, Investment in the future, TIA|

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' [...]

Introducing our new website

By | 2018-12-20T20:20:14+00:00 April 12th, 2018|Business News, TIA, Website Development|

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 [...]

Corporate Scandals Have a Cost for Investors

By | 2018-12-20T20:20:43+00:00 March 27th, 2018|Business News, Corporate Actions|

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 [...]

Just a Little Respect

By | 2018-12-20T20:22:20+00:00 June 3rd, 2017|Business News, TIA|

Dr. Jonathan Tiemann Barron's, the Dow Jones business weekly, published its annual investor survey of America's most respected large companies this week. I was one of 112 investors responding to the survey. It's important to note that the survey asked what companies we respect. I chose to interpret the question narrowly, recognizing that not every successful enterprise — and not [...]

Renewables Won’t Be Enough

By | 2018-12-20T20:23:36+00:00 March 7th, 2017|Business News, Carbon Emissions, Climate Change, Divestment from Fossil Fuels, Economic Indicators, Energy, Environmental Reporting, Fossil Fuel Free investing, Future Generations, Politics, Preventing Pollution|

Dr. Jonathan Tiemann Would it really be possible to replace our existing energy system with renewables? Mark Jacobson, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford, thinks we can do so by 2050.1  Prof. Jacobson has done an impressive job of synthesizing demographic, economic, and engineering data to develop a formula that seems to show a path toward a fully [...]

Optimism in Detroit

By | 2018-12-20T20:25:29+00:00 January 24th, 2017|Business News, Politics|

By Dr. Jonathan Tiemann, January 24, 2017 Presidents, especially new ones, make headlines, and the current holder of that office is generating his through a peculiar combination of outlandish statements and high-level meetings with business leaders. Today (January 24) the President summoned to the White House executives from the major US automakers, ostensibly to urge, or perhaps cajole, them to [...]

How to save $1.8 trillion

By | 2018-12-20T20:29:34+00:00 April 18th, 2016|Business News, Carbon Emissions, Climate Change, Economic Indicators, Energy, Environmental Reporting, Fiscal Policy, Preventing Pollution|

In a special 132-page report published in August 2015 entitled "ENERGY DARWINISM II: Why a Low Carbon Future Doesn’t Have to Cost the Earth," Citigroup, one of the world's largest financial insitutions, reported that it had studied the financial impacts and feasibility of whether we could afford to address climate change.   It found that, in fact, opting to address climate [...]

Finally, DOL requires Advisors to put client interests first

By | 2018-12-20T20:30:17+00:00 February 29th, 2016|Brokers, Business News, Fiduciary Duty Standards, Financial Health, Investment Advisor Rules, Money Management, Securities & Exchange Commission, TIA|

Today, I'm calling on the Department of Labor to update the rules and requirements that retirement advisors put the best interests of their clients above their own financial interests. It's a very simple principle: You want to give financial advice, you've got to put your client's interests first.           – President Barack Obama, February 23, 2015   We are thrilled [...]

Dr. Jonathan Tiemann and Stan Thomas Announce Strategic Partnership

By | 2018-12-20T20:33:01+00:00 September 27th, 2015|Business News, TIA|

 We are pleased to announce another exciting development at Tiemann Investment Advisors.  Stan Thomas, Managing Member of Thomas & Atkinson Capital Management LLC (formerly Thomas Capital Management LLC) and Dr. Jonathan Tiemann of Tiemann Investment Advisors, LLC have agreed to a new strategic relationship.  Commencing September 2015, Stan Thomas (individually) will join Tiemann Investment Advisors as a Managing Director, move [...]