Wealth Management for Individuals, Families and Organizations

Boston Portfolio Advisers, LLC

Six Beacon Street, Suite 725, Boston, MA 02108


Thanks for a great event!

Thank you to everyone who attended our reception Tuesday night at the Union Club in Boston! We had around 45 attendees who were treated to spectacular early evening views of the Boston Common and some thought-provoking remarks and discussion. A few of the highlights:...

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Join us May 10th at the Union Club!

Boston Portfolio Advisers is hosting a reception next Tuesday evening at the Union Club in Boston. The Oak Room overlooks the Boston Common and offers a beautiful setting for conversation, food and drink as we try to provide some perspective on the financial landscape...

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Happy Days are Here Again?

After celebrating the new year by plunging over ten percent in less than three weeks, U.S. stocks have rallied sharply. At this writing, the S&P 500 Index is almost back to even for the year.  Does the recovery in share prices suggest smooth sailing ahead, or is...

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Thoughts from IMPACT 2015: Part 1

We spent most of last week at the annual Schwab IMPACT Conference.  This has become one of the leading (perhaps the leading) conferences in the investment industry.  It provided the opportunity to engage with many of the managers we use in client portfolios and...

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The “Employment Situation Summary” from the Bureau of Labor Statistics may be the most widely scrutinized series of U.S economic data.  Unfortunately, the numbers tend to be somewhat noisy and as a result an individual report is sometimes overinterpreted.  Such may be...

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Not Yet

Until the Federal Reserve finally begins to lift interest rates--and perhaps even a bit beyond--each Fed meeting will likely be touted as the most important in decades. Certainly this week’s meeting was. Very early in the year it appeared likely that the Fed would...

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes a monthly survey on changes in the job market, including openings, hires and terminations (forced or voluntary).  The chart below is from today's report and the yellow line is pretty stunning.  The number of job openings...

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