Investing


I don’t focus on what I’m up against. I focus on my goals and I try to ignore the rest. -Venus Williams, American professional tennis player, 2nd in all-time rankings Last year, stocks marched higher with only minor pullbacks.  The largest decline from peak-to-trough for the S&P 500 Index last year was just under 3%.  It was a year that lacked turbulence and rewarded diversified investors.  Since February 1, volatility...

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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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A friend recently asked me whether she should open a Roth IRA or a Traditional IRA. In case these terms are unfamiliar to you, IRA stands for Individual Retirement Account—as opposed to a group or company-sponsored type such as a 401(k)—and comes in two main forms: Roth and Traditional. While the two types of retirement accounts have several minor differences, there’s one major difference between Roth IRAs and Traditional IRAs: tax...

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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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Financial organization is a cornerstone of a healthy financial life. At the most basic level, financial organization saves time and money because it aids in paying bills on time, finding needed documents during tax season, providing proof of payment, disputing credit cards or billing errors, and avoiding the stress of dealing with piles of unorganized bills and paperwork. It also sets the stage for better decisions on investments,...

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Inflation is when you pay fifteen dollars for the ten-dollar haircut you used to get for five dollars when you had hair. –Sam Ewing, former professional baseball player and All-American at The University of Tennessee   On Wednesday, November 9, Janet Yellen gave what was most likely her last testimony to the Joint Economic Committee as Chair of the Federal Reserve.  In her testimony, she stated that she felt the economic...

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