Author: Peter J. Creedon

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  • IN-THE-MARKETS

    In the Markets: Week-Ending January 15

    by Peter J. Creedon

    U.S. stocks ended the day with sharp losses Friday, posting the worst 10-day calendar start in history. A combination of plunging crude-oil prices CLG6, -4.94% and worries about slowing growth in the U.S. and China unsettled investors. Stocks trimmed their losses in the last hour of trading, but remained sharply lower.

  • IN-THE-MARKETS

    In the Markets: Week-Ending December 18

    by Peter J. Creedon

    Newsletter: In the Markets – Week-Ending December 18 Crystal Brook Advisors We Make Financial Planning Crystal Clear United States: The Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate on Wednesday from a range of 0% to 0.25% to a range of 0.25% to 0.5%. Major US stock markets have demonstrated negative dynamics this week. This was…

  • IN-THE-MARKETS

    In the Markets: Week-Ending December 11

    by Peter J. Creedon

    U.S. stocks ended sharply lower on Friday, as a relentless rout in oil prices, which closed at their lowest levels in seven years, weighed on the main benchmarks. Meanwhile, concerns about a junk-bond selloff ahead of a potential interest-rate increase by the Federal Reserve rattled Wall Street. All three main indexes posted their steepest one-day decline since Sept. 28.

  • UNCATEGORIZED FINANCIAL-PLANNING

    Checking it Twice – Year-End Financial and Tax Planning To-Do’s

    by Peter J. Creedon

    2015 is rapidly coming to an end, we are all asking ourselves, where did the time go? Time waits for no one and a New Year is about to start. Although the holiday season is busy, packed with festivities and cheer, it is also an opportunity to sit down and get a jump start on 2016. Take the opportunity to review your current situation to determine if there are any financial or investment planning, including tax opportunities that can be beneficial to you. This is an important step towards ensuring your financial plans are on track and reaching your financial goals.

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