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May

Successfully Managing a Financial Windfall

You’ve heard the stories before: someone receives a tremendous inheritance, or picks the winning lottery numbers, and is sure to live happily ever after, free from financial worries. However, there’s a catch: that “happily ever after” doesn’t always materialize. In fact, in many cases, sudden money can leave the recipient worse off than before the […]

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October

New Report Outlines Financial Benchmarks for Physicians

Ronsey Chawla

The American Medical Association and its insurance subsidiary recently issued new benchmarking data for physicians with a new publication titled 2016 Report on U.S. Physicians’ Financial Preparedness. Although the study was tailored to better understand the unique financial situation of medical households, it can still offer insight and ideas to most professionals who share similar […]

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May

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – May 2016

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1930s actress Mae West famously said that “too much of a good thing can be wonderful!” Increasingly, the capital markets are starting to disagree with that perspective, as we seem to be transitioning from a “bad news is good news” market, where weak economic news and geopolitical risk was treated as bullish, because it kept […]

06

July

Special Report: Greece

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Back in the 1980s, there was a famous credit market analyst named Ed Hart who used to speak of times and circumstances when “the demand for certainty far exceeded the available supply”.  That description applies perfectly to the current crisis in Greece due to its many moving parts, its potential for catalyzing unforeseen consequences, and […]

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June

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – June 2015

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In 1841, Scottish journalist Charles Mackay first published his so-called “history of popular folly” titled Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds.  Among other things, it examined many of history’s most speculative asset bubbles, including the South Sea Company bubble of 1711–1720, the Mississippi Company bubble of 1719–1720, and the Dutch “tulip mania” of […]

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May

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – May 2015

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  When the Federal Reserve first launched its quantitative easing program back in November of 2008, they clearly understood the limitations of such programs.  Chairman Bernanke himself publicly acknowledged that they probably would not have a direct impact on the real economy, and that the Fed would need to instead rely upon the secondary and […]


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