We have moved! From West to East, Temporary vs. Permanent Loss, and Nighttime at the Museum

We have moved!

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With summer finally here we are excited to announce that we have now moved to our new office location. We are very happy with how it has turned out, and we still have a few things to finish up before it is finalized. We look forward to this new phase of our company in our quest to always provide you with a superior client experience. We look forward our next meeting in our new location at:

761 Coleman Boulevard, Suite E, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

Stay tuned for more new pictures in our next post!

From West to East

James with his wife, Kim.

James with his wife, Kim.

Many of you have already met or spoken with our new colleague, James Palmer. You may recall that he joined our firm in January of this year and we are very excited to have him on board. His enthusiasm and passion for our profession is truly inspiring and we have included an article that he wrote about his move and how he ended up here at Runey & Associates Wealth Management. We hope you will enjoy this read about James and his family!

Don't Turn a Temporary Loss into a Permanent Decline

Investors never like to see stock prices decline, whether it is a small dip or a sharp drop. In this piece from Steve Atkinson’s upcoming book, 27 Principles Every Investor Should Know, the author explains why a temporary loss does not mean it is time to sell. Hint: it all comes down to creating a solid plan that you can stick with.

Nighttime at The Museum with the Runey Family!

We enjoyed seeing and posing with some famous Star Wars characters at Nighttime at the Museum!

We enjoyed seeing and posing with some famous Star Wars characters at Nighttime at the Museum!

This past Friday evening was Nighttime at The Museum at the Charleston Museum. As members of the museum we decided to attend this annual event for the first time, and are we glad we did! It was a wonderful time with dimmed lights throughout the museum, walking around with flashlights, costumed re-enactors, a scavenger hunt, crafts, food, etc. We enjoy visiting the museum on a regular basis and this was one of our favorite experiences there. This particular event is only done once a year, but the Charleston Museum is always worth a visit; especially on a hot summer day when you are looking to stay cool!

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