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.
Who would have thought in our lifetimes that the financial world’s answer to the Dos Equis “Most Interesting Man in the World” ad would be two of the most wonkish men in this universe, Alan Greenspan and his successor, Ben Bernanke? We can almost hear them saying in a deep, Spanish accent, “I rarely ever […]
More and more, our clients are asking if they can bring one of or all of their children to a portfolio review so that we can meet. One of the great things about having such loyal clients (HMC Partners is fortunate to have 96% retention within our client ranks) is we get to move through […]
Recently, I attended Wilmington, NC’s Azalea Festival with Frances and our great friends, Fred and Kathy Black. Frances and I rarely venture into Wilmington when we’re in Wrightsville, but we decided to try something a little different with the Black’s. We should have listened to my gut instincts because below is my recent Letter to […]
Sometimes after lunch before getting back into the swing, I ask myself such though provoking questions as: • If I could go back to college for just two weeks with all my current resources and my smarts, what would the weekends be like? • If I won the Powerball like Pedro Quezada, what’s the first […]
For those of you who have had young children, you are bound to have used the phrase, “God help you both….If I have to stop this car and come back there…you will pray for forgiveness.” Most likely, the elder child was punching the younger one or one was giving the other a “wet Willie” or […]