According to most financial advisors, copper has often been regarded as a great economic indicator, since copper has so many uses. When the economy typically begins to pick up, copper is in DEMAND. When we have slack (or slow) times in the economy, demand for copper drops. So what is copper, as an economic indicator,… [Read More] Copper Can Be Used As An Economic Indicator
Mullooly Asset Management Videos
We want investors to make educated decisions about their financial well-being, that's why we create videos. The videos cover topics such as investor behavior, financial planning, retirement planning, asset management and more. In the Video section, we list all of our videos, from the most recent production, dating all the way back to our very first video, several years ago.
Here are some of our most recent videos:
Is the Morgan Stanley Emerging Markets Index Fund (symbol MGEMX) available in your retirement plan at work? MGEMX may be available in your deferred compensation plan or your 401k plan. In the many retirement plans I have reviewed, this Morgan Stanley Emerging Markets Fund is one of the more popular funds — meaning, it is… [Read More] 401k Accounts: Morgan Stanley Emerging Market Funds Is Very Popular
Last week, we reviewed the action on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). The date of that chart was September 27, 2011. In light of yesterday’s activity in the stock market, I have prepared a short, two minute video to review what is happening — just one week later. The great thing about point and… [Read More] Stock Market Comments: Dow Jones as of October 4, 2011
Sell Signals: Not to be ignored Netflix (symbol NFLX) is a great example (at the present time) of what happens if investors ignore sell signals. One of the great features of point and figure charts is that they often have clear actionable points along the way. Netflix (NFLX) gave several sell signals throughout July, August… [Read More] Point and Figure Charts Comments On Netflix (NFLX)
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Here is a quick video I put together to help explain the difference between equal-weight and cap-weight investment baskets like the S&P 500.