Keep Your Eyes Focused On The Next 20 Years, Not The Next 20 Minutes!

The world is changing quickly, but that’s no reason to be swayed by fear and hype. Maintaining a long term, global perspective is prudent. Have a look at my recent appearance on Cavuto where we discussed the Hanoi summit (taking place at the time) and trade between Asia and the USA. Best regards, Mark

Hear What Dr. Harry Markowitz, A Superhero Of Modern Economics, Has To Say About Investing

I am extremely excited to share this interview with someone who has had a major influence on my life, Dr. Harry Markowitz. A brilliant mind who won the Nobel Prize for his groundbreaking theories in economics, I am pleased to say that Dr. Markowitz has joined our Academic Advisory Board. This is extraordinary news! Hear […]

Keeping Your Portfolio In Perspective

Recent market volatility can be uncomfortable and lead investors to make choices based on short-term market conditions. Please take a moment to watch this video and reconnect with the benefits of a long-term investing strategy and how it can help you fulfill on your ultimate purpose. Best regards, Mark PAST PERFORMANCE IS NO GUARANTEE OF […]

Smart Money 20th Anniversary Edition

We are pleased to announce that the 20th Anniversary Edition of How the Really Smart Money Invests: A Brief History Of Investing video is now available! Watch this video and learn: What Nobel Prize winners have discovered about the nature of the market and how they utilize this information to invest their own money. Why […]

A Strong America Is Good For The Whole World

I joined host Neil Cavuto as stocks reached all-time highs to talk about the White House’s role in this year’s market advance. I also delivered my market sentiment and advised why investors shouldn’t try to time the market. Best regards, Mark

25 Years Of Investing Breakdowns

The last 25 years have created many opportunities for investors to make costly mistakes. Check out this crucial episode of Matson Money Live! where we uncover some of the deadly mistakes investors have made. These are the pitfalls investors really need to protect against. Best regards, Mark