Michael Joyce Answers Questions about Recent Market Uncertainty

Michael spoke with the Richmond Times-Dispatch (Richmond.com) about recent market uncertainty. While Michael understands this is a scary time, he believes, “This too shall pass.” He said anyone who has a diversified portfolio “has the downside mitigated” — and the correction will run its course.

 

 

Michael Joyce Shares Insights regarding Possible Bolton Testimony

NBC News asked Michael for his take on the possible economic impact of Bolton testifying, “I don’t think it’s going to have…a longer-term impact, but I do think there [will] be more volatility this year than we saw last year.” He added that even if there were a correction after Bolton’s potential testimony, strong economic fundamentals would help mitigate the duration of potential volatility and facilitate the market’s recovery.

Michael Joyce Tells Young Employees to Put 10% of Salary in their 401(k)

Michael spoke with Rachel DePompa of NBC12, about the advice he provided his sons when entering the workforce. He said to take advantage of any company match, “Don’t leave money on the table.” He recommends immediately putting 10% of their salary into a 401(k), “If you never see that money in your actual paycheck, then you won’t miss it.” In this way, it’s possible to get to a million by retirement age.

Nigel Williams Inspires Us with his Efforts to Give Back to the Richmond Community

Nigel Williams was profiled in the Richmond Times Dispatch’s “Making a Difference” column. By using his time away from Agili to teach art at a juvenile detention center and to coach high school football, Nigel is a great ambassador for our firm. His talent on the football field has been known to those at Benedictine, Virginia Tech and even the NFL, and now his character and community contributions are being recognized by others. We’re impressed and inspired!

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