Spring this year seemed warm and short and now we’re fully into summer. For the most part the weather has been beautiful, although the lack of rain here in CT has most lawns already going into dormancy. Summer in New England is short, so I hope you are all able to go out and enjoy it as much as possible. Have fun and be safe.
The picture in the upper-left corner is our adopted dog, Pharah. Pharah has been with us since last March, and she just underwent her fourth surgery since then. Pharah has cancer. At an estimated ten years old, she has proven an incredibly resilient dog. Pharah was placed for adoption at the Little Guild shelter in Cornwall, CT and we fostered her because of the medical treatments she was getting. Sadly, her cancer will likely shorten her life, so we adopted her to make the most of her remaining years. I think we’re all pretty lucky. For more information about the Little Guild shelter check out their website at www.littleguild.org.
Last Quarter Round Up
Last quarter I held onto my view that we were in a sideways market that would continue for the foreseeable future. I never mentioned the upcoming U.K. referendum on leaving the European Union (EU). That was because I was convinced they would vote to remain in the Union and it was all just going to blow over. So much for that! Continue reading “Summer 2016 Market Quarterly”