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Market Corrections and Winter Diets

Market Corrections and Winter Diets For some time now, we have heard that the market is getting a little “puffy.” …

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Maine NextGen – Don’t Leave Money on the Table!

Many Maine parents are leaving up to $5400 of college money for their kids in the form of matching grants …

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4Q 2017 Market Commentary

The term “irrational exuberance” was first coined in a speech on December 5, 1996 by then-chairman of the Federal Reserve …

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Three Months Post Equifax Breach – What is our New Normal?

Three Months Post Equifax Breach What is our new normal? Recently one of my dearest college buds called me. The …

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3Q 2017 Market Commentary

“Autumn asks that we prepare for the future — that we be wise in the ways of garnering and keeping. …

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Q2 2017 Market Commentary

As Mainers, we relish our summers. Summer is the big dividend that follows months of endurance. First, snow, then rain, …

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Q1 2017 Market Commentary

Imagine you’re really hungry, and you’d like to make a nice meal for yourself. So, you put together a shopping …

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Q4 2016 Market Commentary

We began 2016 with our eyes on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), which dropped 10% the first month.  Headlines …

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Post-Election Thoughts

The 2016 election, like the election of 1948, has been an upset. Those “in the know” earnestly expected Hillary Clinton …

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The Election

The greatest presidential election upset in United States history happened when Harry S. Truman defeated Thomas E. Dewey in 1948. …

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