https://media.blubrry.com/invest/p/content.blubrry.com/invest/Technical_Analysis_Helps_Us_Focus_on_What_We_Can_Control_June_2015_Podcast.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSSWe all spend inordinate amounts of valuable time stressing over things we cannot control. This is especially true for investors. No matter how hard we try, we cannot control what the market does. The market will do what it wants to, when it wants to. Here at Mullooly Asset Management, we’ve found… [Read More] Technical Analysis Helps Us Focus on What We Can Control
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.
How to Interpret Point and Figure Relative Strength Charts We’ve already explained how we calculate relative strength readings for securities and how we plot those readings onto point and figure charts. In this video, Tim explains how to interpret a point and figure relative strength chart. Unlike point and figure trend charts, patterns do not… [Read More] How to Interpret a Point and Figure Relative Strength Chart
Plotting a Relative Strength Reading on a Point and Figure Chart In this video, I explain how we take relative strength readings and plot them onto a point and figure chart. Point and figure charts are the method we use to organize these readings and interpret their meaning. For a review on how we calculate… [Read More] Plotting Relative Strength on a Point and Figure Chart
How We Calculate Relative Strength Relative strength is an integral part of our portfolio management strategy at Mullooly Asset Management. To put it plainly, relative strength allows us to compare investments. It’s our way of sizing up stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETFs, and even asset classes. We can compare these investments to one another or… [Read More] How We Calculate Relative Strength
Bear Trap Pattern Recently, Tim explained the bull trap pattern. In this video, I describe the opposite of that pattern: the bear trap. Steps of the Bear Trap Pattern – Must form (at least) a triple bottom – additional columns are permitted, but not fewer! – The security breaks below its bottom by one box –… [Read More] The Bear Trap Pattern
Bull Trap Pattern On this video, Tim explains a point and figure charting pattern known as the bull trap. Steps of the Bull Trap Pattern – Must form (at least) a triple top – additional columns are permitted, but not fewer! – The security breaks above its top by one box – cannot be more… [Read More] The Bull Trap Pattern