Dear Mr. Market

Thoughts regarding the stock market, investing, and the economy from My Portfolio Guide, LLC
  1. Dear Mr. Market: If your alma mater or favorite college team did not make the tournament on Selection Sunday, we’ve got another option for you! Even if you don’t like or follow college basketball, we think you’ll enjoy what we … Continue reading
  2. Dear Mr. Market: If you’re watching an NBA basketball game and you have one player to take a final shot to win the game, who do you choose? Like him or not the guy who has scored the second most … Continue reading
  3. Dear Mr. Market: Can you imagine how you would be feeling if you had acted upon the advice from all the doom and gloomers the past year? How some of these financial “gurus” and economic pundits still have an audience … Continue reading
  4. Charlie Munger passed away today at the age of 99. In honor of his wisdom and common sense, My Portfolio Guide, LLC is sharing our Top 10 favorite quotes of his. Continue reading
  5. Dear Mr. Market: The stock market is made up of thousands of choices and one easy way to gain exposure to it is via mutual funds. While we don’t want to broad brush the topic, we’re going to get right … Continue reading
  6. What to expect in Q4 after a seasonally rough, but perhaps expected, September and a Fed that has been wrong at every turn. Continue reading
  7. Why own gold and what are some of the main pros and cons to include it in your investment portfolio? Continue reading
  8. How might you reposition your Bond ETFs if we indeed see a market crash, credit event, or general recession? Continue reading
  9. There's no shortage of opinions on whether we're in a bull market or conversely still in a bear market. Whatever you do, don't fall prey to emotions but rather try to stick to your plan and stay disciplined. Continue reading
  10. Dear Mr. Market: It is with a sense of awe and intrigue that we find ourselves reflecting upon the first half of 2023. In the world of finance and investment, prognostications and predictions often hold sway, shaping the decisions of … Continue reading


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