Point and Figure

Stock Market Comments by Mullooly Asset Management

We stress to our clients that “when the charts change, we will change.”

Investors do not need to ride the stock market roller coaster all the way up, and then all the way down again, over and over. We employ a five-step game plan, using point and figure charts to help manage the risk in your investments — whether that’s a retirement account at work (like a 401k), or your brokerage account.

Point and Figure Charting

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Here are some of our most recent stock market comments:

  • Tom Dorsey interviewed by Steve Forbes

    December 27, 2016
    Tom Dorsey, founder of Dorsey Wright & Associates, was recently interviewed by Steve Forbes.
  • How Can You Be So Sure?

    January 5, 2016
    We get asked — often — “how can you be so sure about these charts?  Look at what the market did yesterday!  Are you sure we’re doing the right thing?” Now, one of our favorite movies is “My Cousin Vinny”  And when we hear these questions, it sounds a lot like the dialogue between Vinny (Joe ...
  • Point and Figure Update: March 23, 2015

    March 23, 2015
    We have two quick updates on the S&P 500 and NASDAQ Composite indices today. Both are sending encouraging signals on their point and figure charts. They seem to be setting up for one of two potential patterns: the bullish catapult or the shakeout. Both the bullish catapult and shakeout are very bullish patterns. Of course, we ...
  • Apple Getting Added to the Dow Jones Industrial Average

    March 10, 2015
    Last week, it was announced Apple will be added to the Dow Jones Industrial Average on March 19th. Since the Dow Jones holds just 30 stocks, one has to go. AT&T is being dropped on that day.
  • Crude Oil Chart February 2015: which way?

    February 21, 2015
    The Crude Oil chart over the past six months (since August 2014) has been in a free fall. The question now, is the crude oil chart merely glancing off the third floor awning (on the way to a splat on the sidewalk)? Or is crude oil forming a base that might become a ...
  • Bad Things Happen in Negative Trends

    January 14, 2015
    Here at Mullooly Asset Management we use a form of technical analysis called point and figure charting to manage investments. In point and figure, one of the main purposes the chart has it to help us identify trends. Whether we’re looking at a stock, index, mutual fund, ETF or commodity, the chart will show us ...
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