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Market Week August 27, 2012

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The Markets After six straight weeks of gains, equities took a breather last week. The S&P 500 bumped up against its year-to-date high but couldn’t quite manage to close above it, while the Russell 2000 took the biggest hit. Meanwhile, hopes for Fed action sparked renewed interest in gold, sending the price up $50 an […]

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Aug.25, 2012- Special Edition Political discussion with Republicans

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On this week’s “Something More,” Chris is joined by Republican Congressional Candidates Chris Sheldon and Adam Chaprales for a special political program. With only days to go until the September 6 primary, learn about each candidates views on topics such as the economy; the Tea Party; the deficit, taxes, and regulations; their electability; healthcare; reaching […]

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August 18, 2012 – Careful Investing, Market Report, Romney/Ryan Ticket, Mortgage Minute

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Chris is joined by co-host Herb Montgomery and frequent guest Mike Burton with the Mortgage Minute on this week’s “Something More.” Some of the topics included in this week’s discussion include: -Lessons to learn when choosing an advisor after North Attleboro’s John Pacini is being investigated for fraud by Secretary Galvin’s Office – Market Conditions- […]

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August 11, 2012- The Romney/Ryan Ticket Discussion

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Chris and Co-host Susan Huettner are joined this week by Jeff Perry to discuss Mitt Romney’s choice of Paul Ryan as his running mate. Is this a risky or reasonable choice on Mitt Romney’s part? Listeners call in with their views on this week’s “Something More.”

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Market Week: July 30, 2012

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The Markets Encouraging words from the president of the European Central Bank helped send the Dow industrials back above 13,000 for the first time since May. The other domestic equity indices also rebounded strongly, largely wiping out last week’s declines, and the Global Dow managed to return to positive

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