Thank you for visiting our Web site. Monsoon Wealth Management has been providing quality investment advice as an independent advisor in the valley and throughout the Southwest since 2007. We specialize in managing taxable and tax-exempt fixed income investments for wealthy individuals. Count on Monsoon Wealth Management for your income and investment needs.
Marvin R. Clark
Marvin R. Clark is the Managing Principal of Monsoon Wealth Management; MWM offers private wealth risk management services to affluent clients and small businesses throughout the US.
Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Monsoon’s major task is employing macroeconomic top-down research and analysis, formulating strategic investment thesis across debt, equity, and commodity asset classes. We provide clients an actionable roadmap during this extraordinary period of change as global de-leveraging continues.
Prior to opening Monsoon Wealth Management in 2007, Marvin spent 10 years in the capital markets, fixed income division, of Charles Schwab & Co, Phoenix, AZ. Before Schwab, he spent 15 years on Wall Street with The Pilgrim Group, Bank of America, and Morgan Stanley.
Marvin is the author of the Fixed Income Daily, a financial blog dedicated to providing essays, video clips, and commentary from various analysts, money managers and officials, to shed any light on the economy or the markets.
He is a top 100 contributing writer to the premier award-winning for actionable stock market opinion and analysis - Seeking Alpha and a contributing columnist for the Dubai-based, bi-lingual, Alorrya.com. He is a popular featured and keynote speaker throughout the southwest.
His unique interpretation of macroeconomic data and smooth writing style has been a reference source online for many financial newsletters including Yahoo Finance, Reuters, MarketWatch, Blogrunner, istockanalyst, The New York Times, Real Clear Markets, and Kiplinger’s.
Marvin is interested in sustaining investing and emerging markets. This year, he will publish “How to Retire in 2010: 70 Investment Letters Guiding 70 Million Baby Boomers Through Local and Global Economic Change”.