You’ve probably heard or read us talk about the fiduciary standard we have to our clients here at Mullooly Asset Management. I read an article from the New York Times over the weekend that echoed a lot of the same sentiments we typically share here on the site. The article begins by telling the story… [Read More] Brokers are Not Fiduciaries
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When it comes to investing, many people associate volatility with risk. In fact, most freely substitute the two words interchangeably. This has led most of the financial industry to reference an investment’s volatility when talking about risk. However, Corey Hoffstein made a good point in a recent article regarding risk. “In and of itself, price… [Read More] Is Volatility a Good Measure of Risk?
If you’re a regular visitor to our site, you’ve probably heard us mention Tom Dorsey and his team over at Dorsey Wright and Associates before. Today the Wall Street Journal featured a great article profiling Tom and the team. They discussed, among other things, their strategy. He says picking stocks viewed as undervalued can pay… [Read More] Relative Strength: It Is What It Is, Until It Isn’t
You’ve heard of the Seven Deadly Sins, right? Well recently I read a post that shared the 7 Deadly Sins of Investing. This is a really great post that Katie Brewer put together on her site Your Richest Life Planning. I was going to pick just one of the seven to share here, but I think… [Read More] Common and Costly Investing Mistakes
By now you’ve likely heard about Bill Gross leaving PIMCO for Janus. It was absolutely huge news last Friday, and people all over the investment industry have been discussing it for almost a week now. In situations like these, everybody likes to chime in. Most of the stories have been reiterating the same group of… [Read More] Is the “Superstar Fund Manager” Finished?
You’ve probably heard us discuss how relative strength allows us to keep tabs on market leaders and laggards. It’s not perfect because no investment strategy is, but relative strength helps us achieve our goal of cutting losses short while letting profits run. We stack the odds in our favor by allowing relative strength to highlight… [Read More] Stacking the Odds in Your Favor