https://media.blubrry.com/invest/p/content.blubrry.com/invest/2010_12_03-Podcast.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSSBelow is our podcast originally recorded December 3, 2010. This is the format for these podcasts: Mullooly Asset Management is *NOT* recommending purchase or sale of any of the names mentioned in this (or any) podcast. You need to make these kinds of investment decisions on your own, or with the help… [Read More] Point and Figure Charts Podcast 4: A Review of Stocks That You May Own
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.
Looking for investment advice in NJ? Here at Mullooly Asset Management, I’ve been receiving several inquiries about the differences between fundamental and technical analysis. In this article, we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each. Fundamental analysis studies products, markets, management, earnings, market share (among other factors) of a company. Fundamentals help investors spot undervalued… [Read More] Technical Analysis and Fundamental Analysis Are Best When Used As One
There are two basic ways to analyze investment opportunities: Fundamental analysis, and Technical analysis. Fundamental analysis examines topics like the management of a company, the markets they serve, the products they create, manufacture and sell. Fundamental analysis also covers company earnings, corporate balance sheets and other financial data. A large portion of fundamental research rests… [Read More] Why Using Only Fundamental Analysis Can Lead To Problems
You’d think the news that rising corn prices would provide a great opportunity to make money in that commodity. But the move in corn was…not last week…or even last month…but last year! In many instances, by the time a “news story” is reported in your daily newspaper, on the evening news or in a magazine,… [Read More] Why is my Stock Price Falling When it was on the Cover Page?
Dizzy From The Stock Market Roller Coaster? Here’s How To Get Off: I want to share with you the part of my playbook I use when the market starts falling. Although that is NOT falling now, it also wasn’t raining when Noah built his Ark. It’s just better to be prepared then to make decisions… [Read More] Dizzy From the Stock Market Roller Coaster? – January 2007