Trusted investment management and financial services

If you are a client, Jonathan D. Pond, LLC can provide you with a Login Name and Password in order to access your investment portfolio information.

Please contact us using this form or call our office at 617-243-0020 from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.

CLOSE THIS WINDOW


“We are so pleased that our investments are receiving the attention they need.”

Welcome to the website for the investment and financial planning management services of the well-known authority on investing, Jonathan Pond. Click the button below find out how to get started or click around our site to learn more.

Get Started

“Me? I prefer to just to play a good game of golf and leave the investing to an experienced professional.”

Welcome to the website for the investment and financial planning management services of the well-known authority on investing, Jonathan Pond. Click the button below find out how to get started or click around our site to learn more.

Get Started


“Reading is precious to me. And I don't mean reading a prospectus.”

Welcome to the website for the investment and financial planning management services of the well-known authority on investing, Jonathan Pond. Click the button below find out how to get started or click around our site to learn more.

Get Started

“No question. In these volatile times, I'm glad to be relieved of the chores of following our investments.”

Welcome to the website for the investment and financial planning management services of the well-known authority on investing, Jonathan Pond. Click the button below find out how to get started or click around our site to learn more.

Get Started

U.S. Stocks Start August Strongly

Broad-based U.S. stock indexes began the month with smart gains. The same cannot be said for foreign equities that added to the losses endured over the first seven months of 2018. For the week, the average U.S. stock gained 1%, adding to July’s gains. Louder talk of the deleterious effects that tariffs could have on the economy replete with job losses didn’t affect the market.

The big news for the past week was mighty Apple which became the first company to reach a market capitalization (stock price per share multiplied by the number of shares of stock) of $1 trillion. Some newsworthy economic reports come out this week on job openings, consumer credit, and inflation.

(August 6)

shadow bottom