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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 SF Bay Area clients in optimizing their returns while avoiding unnecessary risk. Low fee financial planners and advisors – we offer another advantage for our clients: always low fees.

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 February 19

Monday - Markets Closed in Observance of President's Day. Tuesday - Dow +64 to 31,522 (record close) Nasdaq (48) to 14,047 and the S&P (2) to 3,932. All three indices set intraday highs before falling back down to close in negative territory with the exception of the Dow, which eked out another record close. Strong was the reopening trade today. Energy, +2.26%, led only three of the eleven

Market Recap Week Ending February 12

Monday - Dow +237 to 31,385 (record close) Nasdaq +131 to 13,987 (record close) and the S&P +28 to 3,915 (record close). The market cheered Janet Yellen's recommendation of the Biden administration's stimulus plan over the weekend. The newly minted Treasury Secretary said if passed, the economy could return to full employment by 2022. In addition, both houses of Congress passed budget

Market Recap January 29

Monday - Dow (37) to 30,960 Nasdaq +92 to 13,636 (record high) and the S&P +14 to 3,855 (record high). The Nasdaq and the S&P set new records today while the Dow traded relatively flat. Seven of the eleven S&P sectors traded higher today led by Utilities, Consumer Staples, and Technology with energy the worst of the laggards...20% of the S&P reports earnings this week including