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Something More with Chris Boyd Show Podcasts

Cape Cod's Financial Talk Show airing Saturdays at 3pm on WXTK 95.1 FM. We call the program "Something More" so that we can talk about not only those important dollar and cents issues, but also the quality of life issues that make the money matters matter.  Not only do we speak about investment and planning concerns, but we often invite guests for interview. 

Mar 30, 2020

Matthew Ko, Vice President and portfolio specialist in the Multi-Asset Division at T. Rowe Price joins Chris to discuss the short-term financial environment, what the recovery could look like, and how they are approaching various market allocations. Chris reviews current stats that are affecting the financial numbers.


Mar 25, 2020

Chris welcomes Graham Silliman, Managing Partner of Better Foods LLC (aka Siena in Mashpee Commons and Tavolino restaurants) and Wendy Northcross, CEO of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce. Graham talks about the challenges restaurants are facing and how he is managing them. His restaurants are adapting with take out...


Mar 23, 2020

Chris welcomes Jennifer Goldman, who shares good business practices for working at home. He also talks about investor considerations during this economic environment, such as cash reserves, portfolio distribution, risk tolerance, expenses, being opportunistic, among others.


Mar 19, 2020

Chris welcomes Ruth Provost, Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Cape Cod and Gretchen Murphy of Dowling & O’Neil Group. With over 1,089 members, the Boys & Girls Club of Cape Cod runs before and after school, school break, and summer vacation programs for children and teens. They are funded through donations,...


Mar 16, 2020

Chris and Brian discuss the markets - with Thursday seeing a 10% decline and a sharp rebound on Friday. Stocks have declined 25-30% from their peak, signifying the end of an 11-year bull market. America mobilized this week to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. Congress’ fiscal stimulus package is expected to pass...