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Thought Series®

Managing your wealth is only one part of living a rewarding and full life. With that in mind, we offer the Cambridge Trust Thought Series® – events, podcasts, and original articles that address wealth management, health, family, society, and other thought-provoking topics. By combining personal experience with their best thinking, our expert contributors offer real insight into the issues confronting wealth management clients today.

Featured Topic:

Newton's Football:
The Science Behind America's Game

Materials scientist and co-author of "Newton's Football: The Science Behind America's Game," Dr. Ainissa Ramirez argues that the game isn't just a clash of bodies, it's a clash of ideas where incremental changes can have unforeseen or counterintuitive consequences.

In the latest Thought Series podcast, she highlights the important role played by the behavioral sciences in the innovation game. She will examine if our risk-averse nature is a barrier to change and its effect on society's choices. She will take a look at how the practical understanding of chaos theory can have a meaningful impact on our daily lives.
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Guest Speaker Series

The Cambridge Trust Thought Series brings you podcasts of topical issues relevant to your lives.

Video Series

Watch our video series, "Finding Opportunity in a Complex Market," for an inside look at how today's headlines are tomorrow's investment opportunities.

Forums

Get direct access to subject-matter experts as they address investment and financial planning issues at a Cambridge Trust Forum.

Articles

Read articles on current events and how they may impact your investing, wealth management, and estate planning strategies.

TrustLetters

Written by our Wealth Management Officers, the TrustLetters offer timely advice on investing, tax and estate planning, and fiduciary issues.

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