2:03 – What exactly are your indicators?
Technical analysis is a skill that we use everyday at Mullooly Asset Management. This category page is designed to educate individuals on some of the basics of technical analysis, specifically point and figure charting.
Mullooly Asset Show Episode 26 1:20 – What percentage box size should be used when viewing a relative strength chart? The transcription for this video can be found here
Mullooly Asset Show Episode 10 1:48 – “The Big Short” and FASB (Financial Accounting Standards Board) 7:34 – Technical and fundamental analysis Here is the link to the transcript for this video
Mullooly Asset Show Episode 6 1:29 – When to use a rollover IRA 5:42 – Leveraged funds 9:21 – Why we use technical analysis Here is the link to the transcript for this video
Peer and Market Relative Strength Video At Mullooly Asset Management, we have two main ways that we measure relative strength. As our friends at Dorsey Wright and Associates have shown us, it’s integral to consider a security’s peer and market relative strength when determining its place in a momentum driven portfolio management strategy. Peer relative strength measures… [Read More] Peer and Market Relative Strength
Relative Strength Chart Configurations Sell Signal in O’s We’ve previously discussed the following configurations for point and figure relative strength charts: Buy Signal in X’s Buy Signal in O’s Sell Signal in X’s Today we conclude our discussion on the four types of point and figure relative strength chart configurations by discussing what it means… [Read More] Relative Strength Chart Configurations: Sell Signal in O’s