William Cowie

William Cowie

Staff Writer

William Cowie spent 30 years in senior management (CFO/CEO) before retiring. He has a bachelor's, a master's, and a partial doctorate in management and strategy. Author of the forthcoming book "The Four Seasons of the Economy," William also assists medium-sized businesses in the use of the Four Season Strategy to help them capitalize on economic cycles. He runs two blogs: Bite the Bullet Investing (investing) and Drop Dead Money (the economy) and writes for several other blogs in addition.

Recent Posts
The fall and winter seasons of the economic cycle
This article is by staff writer William Cowie.

(Since April is Financial Literacy Month, a number of articles will be devoted to more educational topics. This is Part III in a series about how understanding economic cycles could inform your financial decisions. Part I is Understanding economic cycles: An introduction. Part II is Recognizing economic seasons: recovery and growth.) You will recall from Part II of this short series about economic seasons that the…

Recognizing economic seasons: recovery and growth
This article is by staff writer William Cowie.

(Since April is Financial Literacy Month, a number of articles will be devoted to more educational topics. This is Part II in a series about how understanding economic cycles could inform your financial decisions. Part I is Understanding economic cycles: An introduction. Part III is The fall and winter seasons of the economic cycle.) In Part I of this series, the introductory post about economic cycles,…

Understanding economic cycles: An introduction
This article is by staff writer William Cowie.

(Since April is Financial Literacy Month, a number of articles will be devoted to more educational topics. This is Part I in a series about how understanding economic cycles could inform your financial decisions. Part II is Recognizing economic seasons: recovery and growth. Part III is The fall and winter seasons of the economic cycle.) Getting rich slowly is built on these four commonly understood pillars:…