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May

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – May

The technology-heavy NASDAQ Composite Index just experienced the worst January through April period in its history (-21%), with more than 45% of listed stocks falling by at least 50% from recent highs, more than 22% falling by at least 75%, and 5% plummeting by at least 90%. The carnage in the 10 largest technology-oriented stocks […]

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May

Per Stirling Volunteers! – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas 2022

During the month of April, Per Stirling participated in the Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Central Texas’ 2022 Bowl for Kids event, which raised funds to provide life-changing mentoring relationships for local children to “change lives for the better, forever”. This year’s beach-themed event had more than 67 bowling teams, and the funds raised […]

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April

Forms of Texas Divorce

Per Stirling has always been a strong advocate of both the financial planning process, and the financial professionals who provide this valuable service.  As such, we have sponsored the Financial Planning Association of Austin (FPA-Austin) for well over a decade, and are proud to also now serve as a Platinum Sponsor for the Financial Planning […]

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April

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – April

On April 4th of this year, one of Per Stirling’s Directors was interviewed for an in-depth article in Barron’s Magazine, which addressed a wide array of topics that we think will be of interest to our readers.  In the following pages, we will share our responses to the interview questions that dealt with the “Fed […]

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April

Per Stirling Volunteers! – Amplify Austin & Ukraine Relief

During the month of March, Per Stirling participated in Central Texas’ biggest day of giving, by supporting Amplify Austin Day 2022, when residents of Austin unite to benefit our fellow Central Texans, as part of the “I Live Here, I Give Here” campaign.  This campaign benefits area non-profit organizations, and is designed to amplify philanthropic […]

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March

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – March

We are in the midst of the largest war in Europe since World War II; there are very elevated tensions between numerous nuclear superpowers; consumer confidence is far worse than it was at the most uncertain point of the pandemic, and the U.S. bond markets are experiencing the second worse start to a year in […]

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March

Per Stirling Volunteers! – Ann Richards School Foundation

In February, Per Stirling was excited to highlight the Ann Richards School Foundation for the first time.  This worthwhile non-profit, which was recommended for sponsorship by one of our clients, raises funds and forms partnerships to advance education, empower young women and create opportunities for girls who might otherwise be kept from reaching their full potential. […]

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February

Per Stirling Capital Outlook – February

The concept of “American exceptionalism” was first introduced by Alexis de Tocqueville in 1831.  It promoted the idea that the United States was not only quantitatively different, but also superior to other countries, as a result of its unique historical evolution and its national credo.  For example, America (which boasts the world’s largest military) could […]