How much money do you actually need? While the answer is different for everyone, the fact is that it may be less than we think. These strategies can help you figure out what your number may be.
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Congratulations to the team for this enormous achievement!
If your company recently moved its headquarters or established a new office in North Carolina and you have been asked to relocate to the Tar Heel State, you probably have countless questions.
McGill Advisors is proud to announce our new podcast, Your Vital $igns! The first two episodes are available now.
With the first quarter of 2021 behind us, the economy is in full-blown recovery mode. According to the Wall Street Journal, real (after inflation) GDP forecasts are for 6% growth by the end of the year. This would result in net growth of 2% over the past two years…during a pandemic!
As the economy grows and gets stronger, how should investors behave for the rest of the year? Avoid making some dangerous moves with your investments by sticking to the same solid, diversified plan originally created.
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I love meeting new people. I should say, I love learning about new people. I like to explore their background, their current reality, and most importantly, what drives their daily actions. One of my favorite questions takes many forms. At its core … what is your code?
As I’m writing this blog entry, it’s the week of Thanksgiving. Sure, this year is going to be different, but the principles of gratitude and community cannot be removed from this great American tradition.
Are you tired of the overly negative sentiment of today’s media? The nonstop negativity about the impact of the election outcome, Coronavirus, etc.? Fear sells, and as humans, we know how to use it to motivate our behaviors…welcome modern marketing.
What a wild and crazy year 2020 has been. The fortitude of most investors has already been tested multiple times, and with the election only a few weeks away, many will continue to have their blood pressure and risk tolerance tested.
After every major stock market decline a handful of investors will start asking themselves why they didn’t sell after the market dropped around 10%? The logic appears so simple after the stock market drops 20% or more, right?
They’re back!! It may be hard to believe but unfettered excitement over investing in technology stocks has returned with a vengeance. It feels like a lifetime ago – actually, barely five months – when fear swept through the financial markets as the Covid-19 global pandemic sent the world economy into an abyss.
As creatures of habit, it often takes an intense experience to shake us out of our routines and get us to examine how we are spending our lives.
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, I noticed an important shift in my life and in the lives of many around me. I struggled to appropriately articulate this feeling, but before March of 2020, I sometimes felt like the world was on a treadmill.
As recent graduates from Virginia Tech and the University of Georgia, we have experienced the effects of Covid-19 firsthand through finishing our senior year online, in quarantine, and without any guidance as the world has not seen a pandemic this large in over a century.