Help Wanted – Full Time Client Service Coordinator

Client Service Coordinator/Executive Assistant

Company:            Asset Management Resources, LLC

Location:             Hyannis, MA

Hours:                  Full-time

 

Applicant characteristics:

  • Multi-tasking individual with excellent interpersonal and organizational skills needed.
  • Must eagerly, cheerfully and patiently serve mature clientele.
  • Excellent written & verbal communication skills
  • Strong computer skills & aptitude for web-based programs
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs
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Quarterly Market Review Video – April through June 2013

MARKET REVIEW

Would you like a better understanding of what’s been happening in the markets lately? Whether it’s the stock markets, bonds, the economy, or the Federal Reserve, there have been many moving parts to watch for when considering your portfolio this past quarter and in the future.

Join the investment advisors of AMR for a Client Conference Call at 6:30 PM on July  24, 2013.  Details for access will be posted soon.  Questions can be forwarded to: Info@AMRfinancial.com.

Until then, enjoy this brief video review of the past quarter’s market review:  Quarterly Market Review Video

 

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Congratulations to AMR’s newest Investment Advisor Representative

Kristen BoydAsset Management Resources, LLC is proud to announce that Kristen Boyd is now an Investment Advisor Representative. Kristen passed the FINRA administered Uniform Investment Adviser Law Exam (series 65).

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George Fisher’s June Market Commentary

Now Is The Time To Review Your Bond and Utility Holdings

May 31, 2013

Alliance Bernstein, in an article published on their website, outlines the case for adding global bond exposure as a means of improving risk-adjusted returns for core bond portfolios.  Below are graphs from the article and a link to the article is provided below.

Adding GlobalGlobal can also be core

Why is this important?

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Market Week: May 20, 2013

The Markets

Bears were on the defensive last week as both the Dow and the S&P 500 once again set fresh record highs. Friday’s close put the S&P 500 up almost 147% from its March 2009 low, while the small-cap Russell 2000 has almost tripled since then. Meanwhile, gold followed up on the previous week’s losses by losing some more. The spot price fell below $1,400 an ounce last Monday and kept on going; it ended the week at roughly $1,365, having lost more than 7% in a little over a week.

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