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Dear Mr. Market

Thoughts regarding the stock market, investing, and the economy from My Portfolio Guide, LLC
  1. Dear Mr. Market: When we reminisce and think of some of your worst days it would be natural to assume it was sometime during the Great Depression. Believe it or not the worst drop in stock market history (at least … Continue reading
  2. Dear Mr. Market: One thing any of our readers will know if that we don’t pretend that we (or anyone) owns a crystal ball. The only thing we can promise you about tomorrow is that the day ends in the … Continue reading
  3. Dear Mr. Market: We normally pen all of our articles (letters) to you but in this case the work was already done. This one has nothing to do with the stock market or economy but everything to do with your … Continue reading
  4. Dear Mr. Market: Chalk it up to the “dog days of summer” but we haven’t written a letter to you in a while. Perhaps this is in part to the wild ride you’ve sent investors on since the whipsaw action … Continue reading
  5. Is your March Madness bracket already busted? It happens every year and there has never been a perfect bracket. In the investing world, however, you don't need a perfect bracket to do well. With My Portfolio Guide's annual investing bracket we have the opportunity to explain our outlook and the investment themes we believe in the most for the remainder of 2019. Continue reading
  6. Dear Mr. Market: Over the past couple of months we’ve had all eyes on you and to state the obvious it’s been a wild ride!  With all the recent volatility, the risks (and rewards) of the stock market were on … Continue reading
  7. Dear Mr. Market: Since 1950 you (the market) have risen an average of +1.4% over the last five trading days of the year. We typically see some tax loss selling in the early part of the month and then a … Continue reading
  8. Dear Mr. Market: In all of our letters to you it’s been well documented how volatile and irrational you can be. You clearly have a temper and even when there is an abundance of good economic news you can still … Continue reading
  9. Dear Mr. Market: We typically write you letters about your volatile actions and the erratic behavior you bestow upon us as investors. Many of our letters also try to put certain economic events into perspective so that people don’t let … Continue reading
  10. Dear Mr. Market: Let’s get this part out of the way…You’ve made a lot of people ill the past few days. As a matter of fact you’re following through on staying true to form by making October another historically miserable … Continue reading

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