Author Archive: Gib McEachran
A. Gib McEachran, has been in the financial services business since 1985. Gib specializes in Wealth Management for individual clients using a proactive style of management meant to take advantage of market opportunities while mitigating loses in difficult times. He and John Hardy have co-hosted "Money Matters" on WSJS and "Deacs and Dollars" on WZTK for nearly 15 years Both Gib and John also regularly appear on WGHP FOX 8 as a co-host during their "Your Turn" segments. He is a Registered Representative and Investment Advisor Representative with and securities offered through LPL Financial, Member FINRA/SIPC. He resides in Greensboro with his wife, Frances, and has two children.
As we complete our meetings with clients whose review dates fell during these summer months, we have sounded a bit like a broken record. “This pullback was expected,” we have said. We have been forewarning of it in different “Weekly Market Commentaries” and other blogs throughout the year. This market’s recovery has had a distinct […]
According to Rick Newman of The Daily Ticker people in Spain, Greece, Russia, and China are down on America .1 That’s not surprising as everyone hates a winner or one that’s perceived to be one. Ask the Yankees, Heat, Patriots, or Cowboys. Cellar-dwellers like Greece with their near 30% national unemployment 3 or Spain with […]
As a son of a retired Publisher and President of one of the South’s largest newspapers, I have cringed through the years as the Press has rushed to be first with no regard for being right. The 24/7 news cycle is the culprit, but victims are many times the innocent. Why let facts get in […]
Now that the NHL and NBA titles have been decided, I am left holding my DirectTV channel changer devoid of worthy athletic events. I’m sorry, but a PGA event from Milwaukee or a Nascar race from Michigan or even Wimbledon with most of the top seeds already eliminated just isn’t getting it done for me. […]
Ever hear of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)? They are one of the many “feel good” organizations whose mission is to promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world.1 Formed in 1961 with the US and 33 other members, they are relevant once a year […]