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Something More With Chris Boyd

Financial Talk Show airing Saturdays at 3pm, Eastern on NEWSRADIO WXTK 95.1 FM Cape Cod. 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. 

Nov 28, 2022

IAR Jeff Perry, JD, and AMR’s marketing team Cathi Ingersoll and Armen Avakian open with a show outline and talk about holiday budgets and consumer debt.

Chuck Nardozza, Managing Director of Travel Sales at AAA, talks about 2023 travel trends, mentions demand levels as people become more eager to visit family/friends...


Nov 23, 2022

Chris, Jeff, and Co-host Dan Wolf, founder and chairman of Cape Air, are joined by CIO Brian Regan, CFA®, to discuss cryptocurrency, real estate, and equity market conditions.

Brian enlightens us on economic theory that drives currency on a discussion of the US dollar.

Brian shares where he would take the economy if he...


Nov 21, 2022

Co-hosting our show is Founder and Board Chairman of Cape Air, Dan Wolf, along with Chris and Jeff, as they talk about Dan’s venture starting Cape Air. They discuss entrepreneurship, the difficulty to break into markets given increased barriers to entry and the involvement of political regulation.

Dan expresses his...


Nov 16, 2022

We are joined by Karen Rinaldo and Kevin Doyle, authors of In the Wake of the Mayflower, to discuss the historic event of the first Thanksgiving. Karen shares and talks about her unique painting that accurately depicts the encounter of 90 Wampanoags and 53 Mayflower-surviving pilgrims, “The First Thanksgiving –...


Nov 14, 2022

IAR Jeff Perry, JD, and CIO, Brian Regan, CFA®, give financial news on the downward trending CPI report. Brian discusses his focus on CPI cost considerations of shelter, durable goods, and medical services, and explains how these costs are measured month-over-month and year-over-year. They take into consideration and...