There is an old adage in investing that you “Sell in May and go away”. The idea is that during the summer markets can be directionless and volatile.
Volatility has been the name of the game in the markets this month. Last week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered an 800-point drop. That was
As we look at the half way point of 2019, we can say that investors have been rewarded for their patience. Returns for almost every asset class are
Several years ago, I began to volunteer at a local elementary school. My initial thought was to read “Cat in the Hat” and other similar books to
As the tax filing deadline approaches us again this year, I thought I’d write a quick summary of taxation of Stock Compensation. Each of the three
After a long run, the US markets showed us in 2018 that they can go down. For the first time since 2008 the S&P 500 was down -4.38% for the year.
At a recent CyberSecurity forum sponsored by State Street Global Advisors, several of us at Marin Wealth Advisors were fortunate enough to hear
The Case for 529s Throughout the years I have asked many affluent, intelligent and informed investors as to why they had not opened 529 accounts
Financial Planning for Your Stock Options Set Goals In granting you stock options or restricted stock, or the right to buy shares in an employee