I don’t know about you guys, but the last week of the MLB regular season is one of my favorite weeks of the year! This year it is especially exciting for me because my favorite team (the Mets) are in a dead sprint to the finish line to win an NL Wild Card spot in Continue reading…
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How We Manage Wealth.
Mullooly Asset Management cannot promise you results. But we can guarantee your financial fortunes will move in lockstep with ours for whatever period of time you elect to trust us with your financial future. This is because we work on a fee-only basis with our clients. We have no interest in selling proprietary products, generating lots of commissions or other means of gaining an “edge” over our client.
And when we make bad investments (which happens periodically), our fee-only approach means we also suffer alongside our clients.
What we won't do is let emotions or panic drive our decisions. We know the daily fluctuations of the markets are what test the best intentions of investors. This is why we invest a great deal of time in studying point and figure charts. These charts (originally designed by Charles Dow in the 1880's), are useful in helping us determine "what's in demand" and "what's in supply." Simple concepts like supply and demand DO work on Wall Street.
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We focus on risk management, on knowing your goals, on measuring your appetite for volatility -- and then matching these with an appropriate mix of investments for you.
Well, the first Presidential debate has come and gone. While in the short-term, the market might continue to see some volatility because of this election, in the long run I don’t see it causing too much commotion. Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning: ‘The World’s Most Interesting Charts: U.S. Interest Rates’ – All Star Continue reading…
It was a roller coaster weekend for the sports world. With the awful losses of Jose Fernandez and Arnold Palmer, the dramatic finish at the Tour Championship with Rory McIlroy, Les Miles getting fired from LSU, and a full slate of NFL games, there was certainly no shortage of headlines. Tonight, politics will dominate the Continue reading…