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Marin Wealth Advisors

Insight. Integrity. Experience.

Years of exposure to up-and-down and mixed market cycles have taught us what works and what doesn’t in the art and science of investing. These insights and experience directly help our clients in optimizing their returns while avoiding unnecessary risk. San Rafael, CA offices financial advisors and planners – we offer another advantage for our clients: fee only charging.

Our Philosophy

Every client, large or small, deserves honest and independent investment advice.
Investment management should be done by a Fiduciary.
Individual clients should pay no more than large institutions for investment management.
Investment decisions should be driven by each client’s investment goals and risk profile.

Market Recap Week Ending October 22 

Indices Dow 35,677 +383 or 1.0%   Nasdaq 14,897 +193 or 1.3%  S&P 4,544 +73 or 1.6%  U.S. 10 Year Treasury Yield 1.643%, 7.3 bp or 4.6%    Earnings, Earnings, Earnings...  Earnings were the story of the week. Great numbers pushed the S&P within 15 points of a new high and vaulted the Dow to a new closing record on Friday. The Nasdaq and its leverage to growth stocks, is

A Tale of Two Weeks within One (Market Recap Week Ending October 15 

Market Indices Dow 35,294 +548 or 1.5%   Nasdaq 14,897 +318 or 2.18%  S&P 4,458 +13 or 0.29%  U.S. 10 Year Treasury Yield 1.57%, (3.5 bp) or (2.2%)  A Tale of Two Weeks within One  Rising global interest rates pressured the markets lower the first half of the week. The first hint of change came Wednesday when despite continued higher than expected inflationary data and the news

Crazy Little Thing Called Politics (Market Recap Week Ending October 8) 

Dow 34,746 +420 or 1.2%  Nasdaq 14,579 +13 or 0.08% S&P 4,458 +34 or 0.78%  U.S. 10 Year Treasury Yield 1.605%, +13 bp or 8.8%  Debt Ceiling Drama  “All of which is to say, prepare for additional volatility next week and throughout October or at least until the debt ceiling is raised.” That was the ultimate sentence of last week’s recap and it proved prescient. The debt ceiling limit and