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Market Quarterly

Our market-focused newsletter provides a brief review of the previous quarter and an outlook of the coming quarter’s portfolio management strategy.

Winter 2017 Market Quarterly

Winter is Here! I would call this past November and much of December normal CT winter conditions. Temperatures were cold, but not frigid, and snowfall was manageable. By late December that had changed with an uncomfortable combination of frigid temperatures, strong wind and sporadic snow. Windchill values of -20 degrees F have been common. Weather professionals are using the

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Fall 2017 Market Quarterly

Welcome Fall! Although the current weather pattern here in CT has been warm and comfortable, the leaves are starting to change and fall is in the air.  I like fall, even though it inherently means winter is coming.  I hope you all had a great summer and are experiencing a smooth transition into fall.  Enjoy

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Summer 2017 Market Quarterly

Happy Summer! After what seemed an unusually wet and cool spring, summer is off to a great start here in Connecticut.  Temperatures and humidity have been moderate, and the rain consistent but not disruptive.  Very pleasant overall.  Hiking with the dogs has been great.  And Riley, our youngest at just two, is maturing into a

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Spring 2017 Market Quarterly

We’re Growing! On March 7, 2017 Barron Financial Group hired its first new advisor.. John Seagrave joined our firm from a previous career in the Athletic Marketing department at UCONN. Sandra and I spent much of 2016 developing and investing in our technologies and business processes to better accommodate this expected expansion. We feel it is time to bring our message to a

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Winter 2016 Market Quarterly

Winter’s Here! Although winter officially arrived just a short time ago, it seems it’s in full swing already.  Of course, living here in Goshen, CT makes it all the more real.  We’ve got about six inches of snow on the ground and the recent temperatures have been below freezing all day long.  We’ve had to

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