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Doug MacKay
Works at Broadleaf Partners
Attended Case Western Reserve University
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I've made it pretty clear that FB is one of my favorite stocks for the coming few years. I think they have the biggest runway of opportunities for growth and like the fact that many things appear open...
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Companies Owned: Sector Earnings Summary Rev Y/Y Surprise EPS Y/Y Surprise Consumer Discretionary 23% -9% 21% 25% Consumer Staples 9% 0% -10% 11% Energy 22% 1...
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Broadleaf Partners was recently recognized by Lipper Marketplace as a Top Money Manager in the U.S. Large-cap Growth Equity category for the three years ending 3/30/2012. To view the top 40 ranki
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The stock market treaded water during the fourth quarter, awaiting final resolution of the Fiscal Cliff. On that front, there was some positive midnight news on the final day of the year as Congress s...
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This morning’s payroll numbers were disappointing, a fact that is being reflected in the performance of today’s stock market, now down nearly 2%. Total non-farm payrolls were expected to show a g
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Last Thursday evening, JP Morgan announced it lost at least $2 billion on trades related to “egregious” errors on its “synthetic” investments. The complex products that were meant to protect
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Portfolio Manager
  • Broadleaf Partners
    CEO/CIO, 4 - present
  • Oak Associates
    PM/Director of Research, 3 - 4
  • PNC Financial Services
    Credit Analyst, 4 - 3
Basic Information
  • Case Western Reserve University
    MBA, 1994
  • Miami University
    BS, 1990
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My Last Day Without a Jog: 1971

A club for people who have run every day for 40 years welcomes member no. 6.

The Photograph of a Lifetime Was No Day at the Beach

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Eloquence and Abolition

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Smucker Cuts Coffee Prices

J. M. Smucker cut prices on Folgers and Dunkin Donuts bagged coffee, reversing a yearlong trend.

Stephen Moore: Why Americans Hate Economics

In The Wall Street Journal, Stephen Moore writes that in university classrooms—and especially the Obama White House—fancy theories of macroe

My Response To Buffett And Obama

In The Wall Street Journal, former American Express CEO and Chairman Harvey Golub writes that before it asks for more tax money, the governm

McGurn: Duty, Honor, Football

In The Wall Street Journal, Main Street columnist William McGurn writes on the West Point honor code and the University of Miami football sc

'Earned American Exceptionalism'

The Wall Street Journal on Chris Christie's critique of the Obama era.

The Bond Bubble and the Case for Stocks

Jeremy Siegel and Jeremy Schwartz write in The Wall Street Journal that dividend-paying companies are the answer to a Treasury bond market t

Seth Lipsky: A Missing Monument to Religious Freedom

America would 'give to bigotry no sanction,' George Washington wrote in 1790. Seth Lipsky writes on George Washington's pivotal letter to th

Shelby Steele: Obama and the Burden of Exceptionalism

Shelby Steele writes in The Wall Street Journal that post-1960s liberals, with the president as their standard bearer, seek to make a virtue

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