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Last quarter we posed the question of whether outside the largest “too big to fail banks,” would we see additional bank failures or perhaps a wave of consolidation.  It was a quiet quarter for banks.  But it could get exciting as the 10/20/30-year treasury bond yields rise.  Banks usually hold

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It has been an interesting last few months. Four banks disappeared in the first half of 2023: Silicon Valley Bank, Silvergate Bank, Signature Bank of NY, and First Republic Bank. Circumstances may differ though all four banks failed as the Federal Reserve raised interest rates at a rapid pace over

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Something broke.  Four banks have disappeared in the past few months.  Silicon Valley Bank, Silvergate Bank, Signature Bank of NY, and First Republic Bank.   Circumstances surrounding the downfall of each bank may differ.  What they have in common is all four banks failed during a time when the Federal Reserve raised

Matt Kolesky

A roundtable discussion with Arbor Digital about where the Digital Asset industry currently stands, and what the future may have in store for Digital Assets.

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The December quarter saw volatility again.  A rally in equities started right at the beginning of October through November, only to see a sharp decline again in December.   The bond markets continued a decline that began in September and continued through mid-November. The bond markets then rallied into December.

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Ty Schommer, AIF®, CFP®, CIMA®, the Principal & Investment Advisor at Capital Management, received the Patriotic Employer Award by Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) this past September.

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