Fox BusinessJuly 6, 2020
Glazer Discusses Buffet Energy Deal on Fox Business – Larry Glazer joined Fox Business’ “Mornings with Maria” to discuss Warren Buffett’s $10 billion Dominion Energy purchase deal. Glazer comments, “I think this is an opportunity for investors to broaden out the rally, find other opportunities. Value investing is as American… as apple pie and cookouts. It’s nice to see it coming back and it’s to see Buffett is sticking to his discipline as the market climbs the wall of worry and money gets put to work here.”
CNBCJune 25, 2020
Glazer Discusses Financial Sector’s Role in Rebound – CNBC tapped Larry Glazer’s insight and opinion in its “Power Lunch” market recap segment. Commenting on the financial sector’s role in the day’s market rebound, Glazer explains: “When you see a day like today and you see financials leading the market, that’s a good thing. The change in the Volcker Rule is not a reason to buy banks, but it is a catalyst for an unloved and a very cheap sector looking for leadership. The broadening of the market is incredibly Bullish. I am no cheerleader for large financial institutions in this country, but this is an opportunity for investors to take a hard look… I think we’re going to find opportunity here for investors.”
Press ReleaseApril 3, 2020
Four Advisors From Mayflower Team Recognized – Lawrence Glazer, Philip Stathos, John Wilcox and Lowell Lyon were each recognized as Five Star Wealth Managers for 2020 by Five Star as featured in Boston Magazine. This is the eighth year for Glazer and seventh for Stathos to be named Five Star Wealth Managers; Wilcox and Lyon have been included four and two years, respectively.
Click here to learn more about Five Star Wealth Managers recognition.
Press ReleaseMarch 19, 2020
Retirement Plan Advisors Ranked Among Nation’s Top DC Teams – The National Association of Plan Advisors (NAPA), an affiliate organization of the American Retirement Association, included the retirement plan team from Mayflower Advisors on its national ranking of top defined contribution (DC) advisor teams for 2019. This is the third consecutive year that this DC advisory practice was recognized among the nation’s leading retirement plan advisor teams.
Click here to learn more about Mayflower Advisors’ NAPA recognition.
MarketWatchMarch 5, 2020
“SEC Cracking Down on ‘Misleading’ Mutual-Fund Names” – This MarketWatch personal finance piece addresses the recent Securities and Exchange Commission inquiry into mutual fund names. The SEC notes, “Fund names are often the first piece of information investors see and they can have a significant impact on an investment decision.” Larry Glazer believes that marketing strategists often wield heavy influence. Instead, Glazer reminds investors to remain focused on fundamentals and long-term strategy: “We shouldn’t be investing in products based on exciting names. Your investments should be boring.”
Click here to learn more.
Press ReleaseMarch 10, 2020
Mayflower Celebrates History and Education – As a proud sponsor of The Mayflower’s ambitious restoration and steadfast commitment to education, Larry Glazer notes, “Mayflower Advisors salutes the courage, resilience and independence of The Mayflower’s passengers. It is an honor to sponsor Mayflower Sails 2020’s worthy mission to restore an American icon and educate generations to come.”
Click here to learn more about the sponsorship.
Press ReleaseMarch 3, 2020
Glazer & Stathos Named Forbes Best-in-State Wealth Advisors – This is the third consecutive year both Larry Glazer, Managing Partner, and Phil Stathos, Partner, are included on Forbes’ ranking. Commenting on the recognition, Glazer notes, “It’s an honor for each of us to once again be recognized among such an accomplished group of financial advisors and a true privilege to continue to work to offer our clients goal-based, conflict-free guidance they can trust.”
Click here to learn more about Glazer and Stathos' Best-in-State Wealth Advisors recognition.
Fox BusinessMay 10, 2019
Tariff-Hike Implications – On Neil Cavuto’s Fox Business “Coast to Coast,” Larry Glazer shared his perspective on the “global implications of what we’re seeing today in Washington” in relation to tariff hikes on goods from China. Glazer believes business can “absorb the first 10% tariff hike” by cutting into profits, but notes that a 25% increase will likely push the burden onto consumers.