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The Best Offense Is a Good Defense – by Chris Ragland

Sean HarrisIncome, Interest, Investing, Money

Real estate is typically a stable and predictable investment compared to the volatility associated with the stock market. But as we know from the most recent recession, the housing market is not completely isolated from the economy as a whole. That’s why you need to have a good defensive strategy for those times when market conditions are not in favor … Read More

The FUNDamentals of Smart Investment

Ashley CorneliusUncategorized

What keeps Noble Capital successful is that we are always looking for ways we can add value to our business. This past spring, we made a decision to make our clients’ lives easier and less stressful. “That’s very nice of you,” I’m sure you’re all saying, “how did you do that?” We’re so glad you asked. Back in March, Noble … Read More

Noble in a Nutshell

Ashley CorneliusUncategorized

The Noble Capital State of the Company has come and gone. Now that the dust has settled, we’ve caught up on our sleep and turned our attentions to other tasks. But we wanted to take a moment to reflect on this latest event before fully moving on. We have to say, those who missed out, really missed out. Our State of the Company … Read More

The Long and Short of Capital Gains

Ashley CorneliusUncategorized

Benjamin Franklin is credited with saying, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes”. More than 220 years later that assertion still holds up, sort of. Though we’re living longer, we still haven’t found a way to throw the reaper off of our trail. However, there are a number of acceptable methods to lessen … Read More

You Can’t Keep it Locked Up Forever

Ashley CorneliusUncategorized

Investing is great. Not losing money on your investments is even better. Making a mountain of money from those investments is awesome. Developing and executing a strong investment strategy is difficult and takes a great deal of knowledge. If you’ve gotten to the point where your investments are dialed in and you’re accumulating capital, preferably in tax-deferred savings accounts, take … Read More