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We love to learn from our investors! That’s why we started the “Hughes Highlight” series, which highlights fascinating stories from our family of investors.
As the holidays approach, it’s a great time to consider donating or helping your favorite charity or cause.
I was recently talking to a friend about trusts when I remembered this interview we conducted with Jason Morris back at our InvestX event in 2017. Trusts are one of the most valuable — and often forgotten — tools that we have when it comes to inheritance, which is...
On behalf of the Hughes Capital team, we wish you and your family a happy Thanksgiving!
One powerful advantage of non-traditional investing is that you have more control over the way you structure your investment. Non-traditional investments (like real estate) can color outside the lines, leveraging options that are unavailable in traditional investments (like stocks, bonds, and mutual funds).
A recent article from USA Today reported that, according to preliminary census results, the median U.S. household income is rising despite the economic impact of COVID-19.
Why is this one tip such a big secret? Most financial advisors don't tell their clients about it because it takes dollars away from their managed accounts. And while not all financial advisors are just counting their cash, many are either unaware that it exists or...
According to a recent report from Redfin, the COVID-19 pandemic is causing city dwellers to gravitate toward rural areas for their next home.
Save your money and stay out of debt. Have you ever received advice like this? Seems pretty innocent and safe, right? At Hughes Capital, we often talk about the differences between good debt and bad debt. Bad debt would be using financing to pay for something like...
2020 has undoubtedly been a strange and hard year for many, mostly thanks (or, better said, “no thanks”) to the coronavirus. On top of that, wildfires run rampant along the West Coast and it seems like every day, some new, terrible event is happening.
While one small pain may lead to a cast of doctors as big and confusing as Grey’s Anatomy’s, not everything in life has to be so complicated. We started our own 1031 Exchange company so that every step of investing is in-house.
I’m Stacy Silva, Investor Relations Specialist at Hughes Private Capital. I recently returned to Hughes Capital after a several month absence, and I wanted to update you on what’s going on with me in case we haven’t spoken in a while.
According to a Gallup poll, 4 in 10 Americans “embrace some form of socialism,” or at least see socialism as a good thing.
California, the land of liberal regulations and taxation, continues to go down that path.
If you have been reading our content for a while, you’ve probably seen the word “volatility” pop up a few times, and it is no accident that we mention it often when we talk about our investing principles.