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Educational Approach
28 Years’ Experience

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No Annuities, or proprietary products
No Sales Pressure
No Junk Fees

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Mid-March Newsletter

by Tim Guthrie on Mar 29, 2019

Market Update

The stock market has continued to shine, recovering our losses from last quarter. On average we are up 13% YTD through Feb 28th. This figure is net of fees. This is beating the S&P 500, and we are on average only about 80% stocks, so we have less risk too. Over three years, after all fees we are averaging gains of 12.3 % per year. This too is an excellent result. As I write this (March 19, 2019) we are likely up about 15% on average, though my performance reporting system can’t produce official results until the month has ended.

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January Wrap-Up Newsletter

by MichaelG on Mar 29, 2019

Market Update

December was ugly. We did not give up or give into the temptation to sell. I appreciate the patience you showed as a group. I said in my last newsletter that I did not want to sell our excellent investments at those prices.

January? The statements will be out soon, but on average we gained about 8% in January. My software will have better numbers next week, but it looks like we are on the rebound. We are outpacing the S&P 500 (after fees!) for January. This is excellent performance because not only does the S&P have no fees, it has no cash, and no fixed income at all (bonds or mortgages). I am gratified. And I am confident that our accounts are allocated correctly.

My outlook? I think we can have a good year. Corporate profits will continue to rise and that will support higher stock prices. I also think we will arrive at some sort of agreement with China, and this will boost markets.

The bottom line is this: Employment is SO STRONG with an economy based on consumer spending, it will be hard for most businesses to not do well. The US will have stronger growth than other developed nations because our tax code no longer subsidizes companies moving profits overseas.

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Early January 2019 Newsletter

by Advisor Websites_2 on Feb 2, 2019

Market Review

The markets fell about 10% in October and November. Them seemed to have found a bottom, and things looked to be stabilizing. Then in late December the markets fell even further. Nearly every asset class was affected. I understand that these declines can be worrisome and painful.

THIS IS NOT 2008. In 2008, the economy was suffering a mortgage crisis, falling home prices, a corporate debt crisis, and losing 800,000 per month. In 2018 the economy was generating 200,000-300,000 jobs per month. That is an over a million job a month difference. The economy is not just sound, it is doing very, very well. Corporate earnings are still growing and expected to grow in 2019. The Christmas Shopping season was record setting. Wages are up. Inflation, gasoline, and taxes are low. The economy is fundamentally VERY strong and set to continue to do well.

Why is the market falling? And why so fast?

The market falls faster than perhaps is did in the past due to two reasons:

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