Our newsletters began monthly publication on Sept. 11, 2018 (Issue #10). Prior issues were occasional beta-test publications.
 

Issue #27 — July 17, 2020
• Is weekly trading better than monthly?

Issue #26a — June 19, 2020, newsletter update
• See seminars you may have missed

Issue #26 — May 13, 2020
• New authorities confirm our results
• Publisher offers a 50%-off coupon!

Issue #25 — Apr. 13, 2020
• S&P crashes 33%. You’re down just 8%. Success!

Issue #24 — Mar. 2, 2020
• Do you make these behavioral errors?

Issue #23 — Jan. 31, 2020
• Performance results for the year

Issue #22 — Dec. 31, 2019
• ETFScreen gives away the signals
• New way to access past issues

Issue #21 — Nov. 30, 2019
• “Free” commissions actually aren’t
• Most market timers fail, Hulbert study shows

Issue #20 — Sept. 25, 2019
• Will ETFs crash the market? No.

Issue #19 — Aug. 16, 2019
• Stocks go down, but your money goes up
• A fireside chat with Mebane Faber
• Sharpe and Sortino ratios debunked — by Sortino himself

Issue #18 — July 8, 2019
• Fresher ETF price data for you
• The S&P 500’s coming five-year return? How about zero.

Issue #17 — May 15, 2019
• The market hit a new high — now what?
• No change in the Mama Bear formula
• Buying a new fund? Don’t even THINK about it.
• Free stuff you might like

Issue #16 — Apr. 8, 2019
• A proposed change to the Mama Bear
• What two assets can you combine for the most gain?

Issue #15 — Mar. 4, 2019
• Target-date funds are hazardous to your wealth
• Pardon me, there’s a bubble in your bong
• Handling tracking error makes you a better investor

Issue #14 — Jan. 28, 2019
• Which way will the S&P 500 move?
• Detailed portfolio stats are on the way
• Bogle leaves us his final revelations
• Free stuff you might like

Issue #13 — Dec. 17, 2018
• Rock your “529” college savings plan
• Federal Thrift Savings Plan traps 5 million workers
• Complete statistics are coming in January
• Free stuff you might like

Issue #12 — Nov. 11, 2018
• StockCharts.com gets muscular
• Yahoo Finance TV showcases some old wisdom
• Get the book that frees you from Wall Street

Issue #11 — Oct. 9, 2018
• Your feedback is great
• Which funds represent small-cap equities best?
• Pixel phones need fixing to support redirection

Issue #10 — Sept. 11, 2018
• Get up to 10 times more yield on your cash
• Free stuff you might enjoy

NOTE:

  • Newsletters prior to Issue #10 were beta-test editions and were published irregularly, not monthly.
  • The website and newsletter began in 2015 with the temporary name Goldilocks Investing but changed in January 2017 (Issue #8) to Muscular Portfolios.

Issue #9 — June 1, 2018
• What are the best ETFs for individual investors?
• The S&P’s small-caps are better than Russell’s
• Free stuff you might enjoy

Issue #8 — Jan. 3, 2017
• The market last year and 2017 to come
• Slow and steady wins the investing race

Issue #7 — Oct. 13, 2016
• See trading costs of major ETFs for free
• In normal times, ETF spreads are less than 1.0%

Issue #6 — July 6, 2016
• Brexit shows how Muscular Portfolios work
• Mama and Papa are having a great 2016

Issue #5 — May 2, 2016
• Introducing the Papa Bear Portfolio
• The Papa Bear has higher returns but larger declines, too

Issue #4 — Feb. 10, 2016
• What happens to us in a bear market?
• The Mama Bear started tilting toward bonds in mid-2015

Issue #3 — Nov. 1, 2015
• Market stats are now available for free
• Don’t trade more often than once a month
• How’s the Mama Bear done since it was revealed?
• Crash tests show how the Mama Bear outperforms long-term

Issue #2 — Aug. 30, 2015
• Reallocating the Mama Bear at August’s end
• Don’t place market orders when the market is closed

Issue #1 — Apr. 28, 2015
• A small change to the Mama Bear
• Why PDBC is replacing RJI in the book
• Why 1099 income is better than K-1 income
• Using StockCharts to pick the 3 ETFs

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