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March

Per Stirling Presents: Shred Party 2017

  Most individuals and businesses know how valuable it is to retain important financial and legal documents, but after a certain period of time, how long is too long? Stockpiling sensitive information can pose a security issue, or even breach compliance regulations in today’s privacy-conscious world. So whether you’ve been bitten by the KonMari bug, […]

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March

Per Stirling Named Finalist for Ethics Award

2017 RecognizeGood Per Stirling Ethics Award Finalist

We’re honored to be one of the three finalists in the Small Business category for RecognizeGood’s 15th Annual Ethics in Business & Community Awards.   As the website notes, “This prestigious award recognizes the best in Central Texas leadership. Businesses, nonprofits and individuals in five categories have been nominated by the community for their exemplary […]

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March

“America Saves” Week

Kenneth Price

This post comes from Per Stirling Partner and Financial Advisor, Kenneth Price, CFP®, CFA®, AEP®, CLU®, ChFC®. This week, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) issued a press release to encourage consumers to commemorate “America Saves Week” by taking advantage of automatic savings to achieve financial goals. Why call national attention to something as ordinary […]

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March

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – February 2017

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  Winston Churchill sarcastically said that “democracy is the worst form of government except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time.” Right about now, there is probably about 50% of the American voting public that is prepared to take Churchill quite literally. However, it is not just that they […]

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January

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – January 2017

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To state the obvious, Donald Trump is not your average President, or even your average politician. He doesn’t look like a politician. He doesn’t act like a politician and he most certainly doesn’t think like a politician. If anything, he seems to view himself more as a corporate raider engaging in hostile takeovers or as […]

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January

Per Stirling Sponsors St. Stephen’s Scoreboard

At Per Stirling, we love giving back to our local community. That’s why we’re proud to announce our latest sponsorship of the scoreboard at St. Stephen’s Episcopal School, recognized with a dedication held on October 27, 2016.   As a St. Stephen’s alum, Per Stirling Director Robert Phipps has a special connection with this sponsorship, […]

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January

Planning for New Year’s Resolution

Ronsey Chawla

As perhaps with those reading this post, this time of year for me is typically spent on deliberate personal and professional introspection.  I received the following greeting several years ago, yet it continues to inform my perspective. Just the other day, I printed out the quote to reflect on 2016 and plan for the year […]

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January

Two Top Advisor Firms Join Forces

Per Stirling, a leading, independent Registered Investment Advisory firm headquartered in Austin Texas, is proud to announce a strategic partnership between itself and one of Austin’s most prestigious wealth management firms, Couch Hallum Financial Group.   Both teams will join together under the Per Stirling name to form one of the largest and fastest growing […]

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December

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – December 2016

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In his 1936 book entitled The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, economics pioneer John Maynard Keynes introduced the concept of “animal spirits” into the analysis of how the owners and managers of companies make business decisions and how investors make investment decisions. His premise was that strong company and/or macroeconomic fundamentals (earnings, interest […]

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November

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – November 2016

The most insightful comment from this year’s presidential election campaign may have come from the September 23rd edition of The Atlantic magazine, which said of President-Elect Trump, “The press takes him literally, but not seriously; his supporters take him seriously, but not literally.” Throughout the campaign, Trump was the ultimate enigma. From an investor’s perspective, […]


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