Author: Frost Osborne


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  • Iron Capital Perspectives
  • October 7, 2020
  • Chuck Osborne

Civics 101

We are a nation of laws and our elected officials are public servants, not rulers. At least that is the way it is supposed to work. Politicians have often forgotten this over the years, but shockingly, the general public seems to have forgotten as well, or has never been taught.


  • Iron Capital Perspectives
  • September 17, 2020
  • Chuck Osborne

Do What to the Police?

Today everything has become about politics and the next election, and people are too afraid to speak up for what they believe to be right. It is much easier to have loyalty to a party than it is to have principles. A little self-reflection and honesty…that is what is needed on all sides.


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  • Iron Capital Perspectives
  • August 27, 2020
  • Chuck Osborne

Straw Man

One of my favorite parts of my job is that we are constantly learning. All endeavors, whether it is sports or business, can teach life lessons. One of the great life lessons in investing is to take your opponent seriously. Every time we buy a stock, someone is selling it. Why? Why are they willing…


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  • Iron Capital Perspectives
  • August 7, 2020
  • Chuck Osborne

The Meaning of Life

Why are we here? This has been the central question of humankind since the beginning of time. Every ancient religion and philosophy that survives the test of time has dealt with this question at its center. Historically, this was the central theme of classic liberal arts education. What is the meaning of life? It isn’t…


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  • Iron Capital Perspectives
  • June 17, 2020
  • Chuck Osborne

There Are No Sides

We live in troubling times, and these times require people to speak out. Many have done so over the last few weeks, and some may even criticize Iron Capital for not being faster to join that movement. Our clients have heard me say this countless times: we are human beings and we will make mistakes,…