Thomas Jefferson’s Top 10 Quotes On Money And Banking

  • November 2, 2009

Nothing ever changes. Thomas Jefferson was criticizing big banks at the beginning of our history... From the Daily Bail, a website devoted to bailout news, opinion and analysis: Can We Party like it's 1776 and Just Start Over? Thomas Jefferson's Top 10 Quotes on Money and Banking

The Whitlock Company Is Named One Of The 2009 Best Accounting Firms To Work For

  • October 27, 2009

The Whitlock Company was recently named as one of the 2009 Best Accounting Firms to Work for. This is the second year in a row that Whitlock has received the designation. The annual list of "Best Accounting Firms" was created by Accounting Today and Best Companies Group.

Five Reasons Why Businesses Fail

  • September 22, 2009

Being proactive to avoid these same traps and mistakes can keep you from being another business owner that failed.

Oppenheimer Asset Management, Inc.

  • February 19, 2009

February 17, 2009........Comments by Tom Robinson, President Last week was not pretty for equities virtually anywhere.

Oppenheimer Asset Management, Inc.

  • February 9, 2009

February 9, 2009......Comments by Tom Robinson, President Stock markets generally had a good week last week.

Oppenheimer Asset Management, Inc.

  • January 26, 2009

January 26, 2009……..Comments by Tom Robinson, President There is a new President in the White House, and we all have to wish him well as he tries to deal with the multiple issues that confront the nation.

Oppenheimer Asset Management, Inc.

  • January 12, 2009

January 12, 2009........Comments by Tom Robinson, President Spooked by the deteriorating employment situation and the judgment of a deepening global recession, the equity markets did not do well last week.

Whitlock Selected One of Best Firms to Work For

  • January 8, 2009

The Whitlock Company, a Springfield-based accounting and professional services firm formerly known as Whitlock, Selim and Keehn, was recognized as one of Accounting Today’s 2008 “Best Places to Work For.”

Oppenheimer Asset Management, Inc.

  • January 6, 2009

January 5, 2009.......Comments by Tom Robinson, President I, for one, am glad that the 2008 stock market is over, that it went out with a bang, and that the new year began on a positive note. In 2008, the Dow’s decline matched the fall in 1930, the S&P 1937, and the Nasdaq’s was the worst on record. Thus, the good news last week that all three indexes were up over 6% was a big positive indeed. Even Europe, after an absolutely horrible 2008, advanced almost 6%. The Asian markets were up but only about half that of Europe. The ten-year Treasury sold off sharply on the week. Oil prices rose.