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Market Update: 2016 is off to a great start for Automakers, despite a massive snowstorm on most of the East Coast.

February 8th, 2016   1:45 pm

Market Update

Auto Sales were strong despite the massive snowstorm on most of the East Coast. 2016 is off to a great start for automakers and could set another record high.


January 26th, 2016   5:54 pm

Market Update

There’s nothing like a drop in the stock market to bring out the “R” word. Three weeks into the New Year and some are already writing 2016 off.


January 18th, 2016   11:46 am

Market Update

If you’re having trouble sleeping at night, keep this in mind. Since 2009, we have had 19 stock market corrections of over 5%. And, since 2009, we have had 0 recessions.


January 4th, 2016   10:23 am

Market Update

in 2015 the bright spots were real estate – both commercial and residential – and the US Dollar, which rose 10% versus other major currencies.


December 17th, 2015   11:55 am

It’s Good to Gift – Dancing Deer

I’m not saying you have to go all Clark Griswold this year but giving a little something may just bring a little extra cheer into your life as well.


December 11th, 2015   9:50 am

Market Update

Last week economic indicators were all full steam ahead as interest rates should begin to rise next year.

The Well Done Man's Holiday Wish List is Here!

December 9th, 2015   2:47 pm

The Well Done Man’s Holiday Wish List

During this season of giving (and receiving) sometimes we need a little bit of what’s all around us.

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November 30th, 2015   11:05 am

Market Update

From where we sit, Black Friday shopping holds the same appeal as a root canal, although this is the Super Bowl for American consumers.


November 16th, 2015   3:49 pm

Market Update

For the ninth straight month, Americans spent more money at eating and drinking establishments than at grocery stores. Learn more in our weekly Market Update.

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November 4th, 2015   9:35 am

Market Update

This measure of home prices is up 4.7% over the past year, led by San Francisco, Denver, Portland, and Dallas.