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Archive for February, 2014


By on February 24, 2014 in Market Week with 0 Comments

The Markets Domestic equities had a mixed week. The small-cap stocks of the Russell 2000 managed to reclaim positive territory for the year while the Nasdaq continued to lead the pack year-to-date. The large caps didn’t fare quite as well, though the S&P 500 has now managed to erase all but 12 points of the […]

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February 15, 2014 – Samuel Lee and Deborah DelNegro

By on February 18, 2014 in Radio Show

Chris welcomes Asset Management Resources LLC’s new financial analyst, Seth Kaye, as his co-host on this week’s Something More. They interview Samuel Lee, editor of Morningstar’s ETF Investor newsletter, about the world of ETF investing- what’s hot, what’s not, and how you differentiate. Later in the show, Deb DelNegro of Today Real Estate and Cape […]

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Market Week: February 18, 2014

By on February 18, 2014 in Market Week with 0 Comments

The Markets Stability ball: A congressional accord on the debt ceiling plus fresh reassurance about Fed policy seemed to outweigh lackluster economic news, helping domestic equities follow through on the previous week’s late rally. The Nasdaq’s week was its best since late October, while the Russell 2000’s gain was the best for any of the […]

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February 8 , 2014 – Mark Alliegro, Vincent Cogliano, Jr., and Adam Chaprales

By on February 12, 2014 in Radio Show

Politics is the theme of this week’s “Something More,” as Chris is joined by three men launching campaigns in Massachusetts. Mark Alliegro and Vincent Cogliano, Jr are both running for Congress in the 9th District. Hear about their views and positions on the economy, health care, tax reform, and more. Later, Adam Chaprales announces his […]

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By on February 10, 2014 in Market Week with 0 Comments

The Markets Despite a dizzying 326-point loss for the Dow on Monday after disappointing reports on both U.S. and Chinese manufacturing, domestic equities indices largely managed to rebound on high trading volumes. The S&P 500 finally saw its first positive week following three straight weekly losses. Unfortunately, the small caps of the Russell 2000 didn’t share in […]

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February 4, 2014 – Kirstin Hughes and Michael Perna

By on February 4, 2014 in Radio Show

Chris welcomes Kirstin Hughes, chairwoman of the MA Republican party, for a discussion of the prospects of Republican candidates in the midterm elections. They talk of issues important to voters, such as taxes and jobs, and those issues that make Massachusetts a place people want to live, work, and raise a family. In the second […]

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By on February 4, 2014 in Market Week with 0 Comments

The Markets It’s a small, small world: Despite various attempts at propping up local currencies, emerging markets continued to suffer from concerns that 1) assets being moved to stronger currencies could undermine already fragile economies, and 2) a slowdown in Chinese manufacturing could reduce demand for commodities, exports of which are crucial to many emerging-market […]

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