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Paul La Monica of CNNMoney Quotes Bob Phillips in a Piece on HKow Drug and Biotech Stocks Soared after Donald Trump's Election Victory.

CNNMoney

Paul La Monica of CNNMoney quotes Bob Phillips, managing principal of Spectrum Management Group, in a piece on how drug and biotech stocks soared after Donald Trump’s election victory. "There will still be a lot of scrutiny on drug prices under Trump since health care costs are rising faster than many other parts of the economy. I'm surprised at this big move higher for pharma and biotech stocks," says Phillips.

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Bob Phillips is Quoted in an Article by Philip van Doorn on Which Sectors and Stocks May Benefit Greatly Under a Donald Trump Presidency.

MarketWatch

Bob Phillips, managing principal of Spectrum Management Group, is quoted in an article by Philip van Doorn on which sectors and stocks may benefit greatly under a Donald Trump presidency. Phillips points to energy, defense and banking as sectors that are especially well-positioned for gains.

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Leslie Thompson Contributes to The Smarter Investor Blog Discussing Investing in the Technology Sector.

U.S. News & World Report

Leslie Thompson, managing principal of Spectrum Management Group, contributes to The Smarter Investor blog on U.S. News & World Report, discussing the pros of investing in the technology sector. Thompson notes that there is reason to believe that we will continue to see positive results from the sector, and points to Broadcom Limited and Best Buy as stocks to consider.

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Bob Phillips is Quoted in an Article by Philip van Doorn on Undervalued Dividend Stocks.

MarketWatch

Bob Phillips, managing principal of Spectrum Management Group, is quoted in an article by Philip van Doorn on undervalued dividend stocks and how companies with room to increase dividends significantly can be more valuable than those with the highest yields. Phillips notes that an important factor when considering a dividend stock is the likelihood of big dividend increases over time.

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Philip van Doorn Features Bob Phillips in an Article on Dividend Stocks.

MarketWatch

Philip van Doorn features Bob Phillips, managing principal of Spectrum Management Group, in an article on dividend stocks. "For our individual clients, we think the safest, most consistent way to generate cash flow in the future, is to focus on companies that pay dividends, with the dividends well covered," by free cash flow, says Phillips.

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Fred Imbert Quotes Leslie Thompson in an Article on the Current Market Landscape.

CNBC.com

Fred Imbert quotes Leslie Thompson, managing principal of Spectrum Management Group, in an article on the current market landscape as U.S. stocks closed mostly lower due to uncertainty within the energy sector. "Obviously, the market doesn't like uncertainty on any level. I think it's going to be hard for the market to move higher in the near term against this backdrop," says Thompson.

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Bob Phillips Contributes to The Smarter Investor blog to Discuss the Millenial Housing Movement.

U.S. News & World Report 

Bob Phillips, managing principal of Spectrum Management Group, contributes to The Smarter Investor blog on U.S. News & World Report to discuss the millennial housing movement. To capitalize on the positive impact millennials are having on the housing market (according to data from single housing starts), Phillips suggests considering investing in M.D.C. Holdings and KB Home, both of which focus on first-time buyers.

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Rodney Brooks Quotes Leslie Thompson in an Article about the Financial Challenges Facing Aging Seniors.

The Washington Post 

Rodney Brooks quotes Leslie Thompson, managing principal of Spectrum Management Group, in an article about the financial challenges facing aging seniors. "If we notice things are different, like forgetfulness, bouncing checks or needing money outside of the norm, we will have conversations with our clients. If we feel the client is in danger, we will contact the family," says Thompson.

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