Brendan Mullooly, CFP®
Brendan Mullooly is a Certified Financial Planner® and Investment Adviser Representative with Mullooly Asset Management, Inc.
Brendan received his Bachelors Degree from York College (PA) in 2012, and joined the family business soon afterward. In 2017, he completed Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Financial Planning Program. Upon completion of FDU’s program, Brendan sat for and passed the rigorous CFP® Board Exam to obtain his Certified Financial Planner™ designation.
Brendan works directly with clients to develop and refine their financial plans. In addition to financial planning, Brendan helps research and analyze investment strategies, funds, and solutions that make their way into client portfolios.
When he’s not helping clients, he enjoys writing about important financial and investing topics on his blog Your Brain on Stocks. Some areas that Brendan enjoys covering include behavioral finance, market history, and investor psychology. He has been quoted in such publications as The New York Times, MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance, and US News.
Brendan was also named to the Investopedia 100 Top Financial Advisors of 2019 list.
Outside of work, Brendan enjoys rooting for the Mets and the Jets. A fitness enthusiast, he loves running the Monmouth County Park System trails and practicing yoga.
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In Ep. 285 of the Mullooly Asset Podcast, Brendan and Tom discuss just how long bull markets can go for. It's usually a lot longer than most people expect. They also talk about a new proposed way to pay off student loan debt. Show Notes 'Rand Paul's New Bill Would...
In Ep. 169 of the Mullooly Asset Show, Tom clears up some commonly heard myths about Social Security. Social Security can be a confusing topic for many people, so be sure to tune in to this week's episode! ? Social Security Myths - Transcript Tom Mullooly: Hey. We're...
In Ep. 284, Brendan and Tom discuss the often-used phrase "cash on the sidelines" and how market pundits like to use it as a signal for the market. They also discuss home prices and the slow generational transfer of property. Show Notes 'Investment Signals Would Be...