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Marin Wealth Advisors

Insight. Integrity. Experience.

Years of experience and exposure to multiple market cycles have taught us what works and what doesn’t when it comes to investing. These insights help our clients in Marin County, the San Francisco Bay Area, and beyond optimize their returns while avoiding unnecessary risk. We also offer another financial advantage: low fees.

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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 March 28

Monday - Dow (582) to 18,591, NDAQ (18) to 6,860, and the S&P (67) to 2,237.  Despite the Fed announcing it would buy an unlimited amount of Treasuries, make small loans to business, and purchase corporate bonds (for the first time in its history), the indices could not overcome the disappointment that Congress failed to agree on a massive $1.8 trillion Phase 3 stimulus bill...States that have

Market Recap Ween Ending March 20

Monday - Dow (2997) to 20,188, NDAQ (970) to 6,904 and the S&P (324) to 2,386.  Despite the Fed jumping in over the weekend, cutting rates to near zero and announcing a $700 billion asset purchasing program, the news that multiple cities and states were shuttering bars, restaurants, gyms and schools overwhelmed the indices. The Dow finished with its largest point loss in its history by far and

Market Recap Week Ending March 13

Monday - Dow (2,014) to 23,851, NDAQ (624) to 7,950 and the S&P (225) to 2,746.  The markets waited for exactly 3 minutes before proving my hypothesis on more muted volatility null and void.  Circuit breakers were triggered almost immediately on the open with the S&P falling 7% (circuit breakers are triggered at S&P down 7%, 13%, and 20% with 15 minute breaks for each stoppage for the