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MARKET WEEK: MAY 18, 2015

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The Markets Despite drops in consumer confidence, import and export prices, crude oil inventories, and producer prices, the stock market rallied at the end of the week to post positive gains across the board lead by the S&P 500, which closed at an all-time high. However, the biggest gainers for the week were the Nasdaq […]

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May 16, 2015 – Bob Mauterstock, Jeff Davis, and David Augustinho

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This week’s show is full of good information as Chris welcomes several guests to “Something More.” Author and advisor Bob Mauterstock talks about his book, Passing the Torch. He tells of important conversations retirees should have with their adult children to include them in the planning process. David Augustinho of the Cape Cod and Islands […]

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MARKET WEEK: APRIL 6, 2015

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The Markets The Russell 2000 continued to be more resilient than its domestic large-cap brethren, which ended the week little changed. The small caps even managed to steal the year-to-date lead from the Nasdaq, which had the week’s weakest performance. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield fell as prices rose after a disappointing jobs report spurred […]

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QUARTERLY MARKET REVIEW: JANUARY-MARCH 2015

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The Markets Volatility continued to rule the domestic equities markets. After losing ground in January, the major indices had a strong February. March saw early losses, then solid gains, with the Dow industrials, S&P 500, and Russell 2000 all hitting closing highs, and the Nasdaq closing above 5000 for the first time in 15 years, […]

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MARKET WEEK: MARCH 30, 2015

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The Markets An uptick in equities on Friday couldn’t overcome the four-day downdraft across the board that preceded it. Whether the slump was caused by weak economic data, a fresh outbreak of Middle East conflict, a discouraging report about corporate profits, or simple profit-taking after the previous week’s strength, it left the S&P 500 a […]

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March 28, 2015 – Hilary Greene, Conor Baron, and Mark Alliegro

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The Cape and Islands Heroes breakfast is coming up and Chris has Executive Director Hilary Greene and award recipient Conor Baron on the show this week. They talk about examples of heroes and then hear 11 year old Conor’s story. Chris talks economic data, and then Mike Burton is here with the Slade Mortgage Minute […]

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March 21, 2015-Michael Cuggino of the Permanent Fund

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Chris welcomes Michael Cuggino of the Permanent Fund to Something More. They discuss market outlook and asset classes within the fund. Barbara Cotton, Executive Director of the Cape Cod Children’s Museum, is here to talk about the 25th anniversary of the Museum and the Let It Grow Gala on March 28. Chris and his AMR […]

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MARKET WEEK: MARCH 16, 2015

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The Markets Bulls and bears duked it out last week, with the Dow experiencing multiple triple-digit intraday swings. In the end, the bears prevailed as the Dow and S&P 500 had their third straight week of losses, which sent both back into negative territory for the year. The dollar continued to gain strength, hitting $1.06 […]

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MARKET WEEK: FEBRUARY 9, 2015

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The Markets Hit the reset button: A rebound in the price of oil and some promising economic data helped equities recoup their losses of the week before, returning them to roughly even for the year. As oil rose above $50 a barrel once again and investors regained confidence in equities, the yield of the benchmark […]

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MARKET MONTH: JANUARY 2015

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The Markets (Un)Happy New Year: Fresh uncertainties in Europe, slowing economic growth, anticipation of a looming Federal Reserve rate hike, and a stronger dollar all contributed to a volatile month for equities. The losses weren’t good news for believers in the January Effect (the idea that equities’ behavior in January suggests what might happen during […]

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