Posts by Don


Tuning Out The Noise


Posted By on Apr 9, 2018

At the Nalls Sherbakoff Group, we believe the right financial advisor plays a vital role in keeping investors focused on what really matters. More specifically, our goal is to help you understand what you can control while providing the expertise, perspective, and encouragement to keep you focused on your destination. Watch the video from our friends at Dimensional to find out more about how a financial advisor can help you tune out...

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We are so excited to present to you our Quarterly Market Review for Q4 2017. In this comprehensive PDF, you’ll find valuable information on market performance during the quarter across various domestic and global asset classes, as well as an in-depth discussion of bitcoin investing. Simply click the thumbnail below to download the PDF. We hope you...

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Every year, the Nalls Sherbakoff Group is proud to sponsor the Shoot for Scouting Sporting Clays fundraiser to help at-risk youth, put on by the Great Smoky Mountain Council of the Boy Scouts of America. At-risk youths are young people who are economically disadvantaged, live in single or no-parent homes, and or are growing up in hostile environments such as crime or drug infested neighborhoods.  These youth would not have a Scouting...

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As many of you know, I am a graduate of the University of Virginia. I applied to UVA because I am an ardent fan of Thomas Jefferson (or Mr. Jefferson, as we say at the University) and his philosophy of government. I also fervently believe in the American Creed as defined by Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they endowed by their Creator with...

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Have you ever come out on top at a casino and decided to treat yourself to something extravagant? Did you spend your last tax refund on a vacation instead of paying down debt? Do you frequently dip into your savings but wouldn’t dare touch your 401(k)? If any of these situations sound familiar, you might be one of many who has fallen prey to what behavioral finance experts call the mental accounting bias. In theory, the situations...

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