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MARKET WEEK: JUNE 9, 2014

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The Markets For the third straight week, both large- and small-cap indices surged upward. Once again, the S&P 500 and the Dow industrials set new record highs, while the small caps of the Russell 2000 returned to positive territory for the year. The enthusiasm for equities took a toll on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, […]

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May 17, 2014 – Susan Huettner and Herb Montgomery

By on May 19, 2014 in Radio Show with 0 Comments

In the first hour of this week’s “Something More,” Chris is joined by show sponsor and family law attorney Susan Huettner. Chris and Susan field calls and discuss alimony laws. Mike Burton provides the Mortgage Minute and talks about current rates and refinancing. In the second hour, financial advisor Herb Montgomery of the Montgomery Financial […]

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January 25, 2014 – College Planning and the FAFSA form

By on January 25, 2014 in Radio Show

Chris is joined this week by frequent co-hosts Mike Burton of Slade Mortgage and Family Law Attorney Susan Huettner. They discuss market conditions, changes in the child support laws, and divorce and college financing. Their discussion dovetails nicely into the second hour conversation with Martha Savery of the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority (MEFA). Martha discusses […]

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MARKET WEEK: AUGUST 5, 2013

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The Markets Another week, another record close: Domestic equities once again probed record territory as economic data continued to be just good enough to encourage investors without provoking immediate tapering of the Federal Reserve’s economic support. The S&P 500 set a fresh record after passing 1,700 for the first time, and the Dow and the […]

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Market Week: July 1, 2013

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The Markets Investors seemed to regain some perspective last week. After a rocky Monday, equities began reclaiming some of the territory that had been surrendered the previous week, helped by a revision to economic growth and reassurances from Fed officials who reiterated that any tightening would depend on future economic data.

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George Fisher’s June Market Commentary

By on June 12, 2013 in Monthly Commentary with 0 Comments
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 […]

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Market Week: March 25, 2013

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The Markets Global equities took a hit from uncertainty over Cyprus. Domestic equities fared better; though they slid much of the week, optimism about a possible bailout agreement led to a rally on Friday that left them down only slightly.

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George Fisher January 2013 Market Comments

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George Fisher January 2013 Market Comments

Where do the equity markets go from here? Most investors are asking that question as Father Time 2012 passes the scythe and hourglass to the 2013 New Year’s Baby.

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10 Tips for finding a Financial Advisor

By on January 8, 2013 in AMR with 0 Comments
10 Tips for finding a Financial Advisor

Over the years, as the co-host of MoneyTrack (Pam Krueger) and a financial advisor and radio show host (Chris Boyd), they’ve heard from many consumers looking for tips on how to get the most out of their relationships with advisors. With both of their programs, Pam and Chris seek to help guide individual investors in […]

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How to prepare for the fiscal cliff

By on December 31, 2012 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Originally Posted by Allison Knothe on Boston.com   December 31, 2012 01:04 PM Time is running out in Washington for the country to avoid the fiscal cliff. If that happens, 8 or 9 percent budget cuts would hit the majority of the federal government and could throw the country back into a recession. So what do […]

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