Over-Bought Market Condition: What does an “over-bought” or “over-sold” stock market mean?, or asked another way, managing your investments can be a full-time job. Here at Mullooly Asset Management, we use terms like “over-bought” and “over-sold” in regards to the stock market frequently. But today we’ll use a term you’ve probably not heard since statistics… [Read More] An Over-Bought Market Condition
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:
We’ve recived LOTS of calls and emails regarding Apple in regards to the stock market: “What do we do with Apple now?” “Should we be thinking about selling Apple stock?” “Is it too late to buy Apple?” All good questions. Take a look at this short video, and you will see the dramatic move Apple… [Read More] Apple: Now What?
Point and Figure Charting is not simply for stocks, mutual funds or exchange-traded funds. Of course, if you have an investment in your 401k or your retirement account at work, we would be happy to analyze the funds and investments in your account for you. But we can analyze so many other topics, for example… [Read More] Point and Figure Charting: Not Just For Stocks
There are plenty of semiconductor stocks worth considering at the time of this writing (February 2012). Why do people keep asking about the WRONG semiconductor stocks to own now? If you have been a reader of this site, you know we employ point and figure charting to analyze the stock market, analyze mutual funds and… [Read More] 2 Semiconductor Stocks To Avoid Now
How healthy are the big banks? What kind of effects do they have on the stock market? No one knows the details, but we can get a pretty good idea of what investors think of banks, by simply looking at the point and figure analysis of the charts in this sector. In fact, we can look… [Read More] Bank Stocks Point and Figure Analysis January 2012
We have prepared a short video (less than five minutes) analyzing the current point and figure chart for QQQ, which is the exchange traded fund representing the NASDAQ 100 Index, issued by PowerShares. This ETF (exchange traded fund) invests in the index, which is the top 100 names found on the NASDAQ 100 Index. The… [Read More] QQQ: PowerShares QQQ NASDAQ 100 Exchange Traded Fund