Mullooly Asset Show Episode 24 1:23 – Investment Apps Here is the link to the transcription of this video
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At this point, I’m going to assume you’ve seen the Youtube video titled, “David After Dentist”. The thing was an Internet sensation a few years ago. Towards the end of this hilarious video, David (under the effects of some heavy drugs after a dental procedure) wonders aloud, “Why is this happening to me? Is this going… [Read More] Is This Going to Be Forever?
Let me preface this post by saying that if you’re not in Patrick O’Shaughnessy’s book club, you’re missing out on some great recommendations from an incredibly smart person. One book Patrick recommended this month, that I will absolutely be reading sometime soon, is How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of… [Read More] Focus on Process Over Goals
An exchange I had with Ben Carlson on Twitter last week sets the table to share the most important investing lesson I learned in 2015: @awealthofcs one of the biggest things I’ve learned from your writing and @michaelbatnick‘s is that all of those work in their own way. — Brendan Mullooly (@BrendanMullooly) December 18, 2015… [Read More] The Most Important Lesson I Learned This Year
The Dogs of the Dow strategy has become pretty well known over the years. It’s been described as a simple way to own a reliable portfolio of high yielding blue chips that outperform the market over time. The Dogs of the Dow strategy entails ranking the 30 members of the Dow Jones Industrial Average each… [Read More] Why the Dogs of the Dow Have Worked
https://media.blubrry.com/invest/p/content.blubrry.com/invest/Why_to_Keep_a_Portfolio_Journal.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSSIndividual investors and investment advisors alike can benefit from keeping a portfolio journal. Having a handwritten record of past thoughts can be invaluable to our decision-making process in the future. Making financial decisions isn’t easy, and neither is giving financial advice. That’s why we should all be keeping a portfolio journal no matter what our role… [Read More] Why to Keep a Portfolio Journal