I apologize for my lack of ‘Top Links’ so far this week. I have been under the weather with these strange shifts in temperature here in New Jersey. In my absence, however, I was able to stock pile a handful of really amazing articles. Take a look! Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning: … [Read More] Tim’s Top Links – 1/18/17
An exchange I had with Ben Carlson on Twitter last week sets the table to share the most important investing lesson I learned in 2015: @awealthofcs one of the biggest things I’ve learned from your writing and @michaelbatnick‘s is that all of those work in their own way. — Brendan Mullooly (@BrendanMullooly) December 18, 2015… [Read More] The Most Important Lesson I Learned This Year
https://media.blubrry.com/invest/p/content.blubrry.com/invest/How_We_Apply_Relative_Strength_to_Asset_Classes_August_2015_Podcast.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSSWe’ve gained an outstanding education on relative strength investing from our friends at Dorsey Wright and Associates. Between their Point and Figure Institutes and daily research, they’ve taught us an incredible amount about the markets. One of the biggest tools they provide us with is called DALI, or Dynamic Asset Level Investing. DALI… [Read More] Relative and Absolute Asset Class Trends Matter
When it comes to defining conservative investing, one of the most important questions that needs to be answered is, “What do you want to get out of your investments?”. To put it plainly, what’s the plan for this money in the future? This is so critical because most of the time advisors think being a… [Read More] Defining Conservative Investing
https://media.blubrry.com/invest/p/content.blubrry.com/invest/Conservative_Investors_What_to_Expect_November_2013_Podcast.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSSWhat is a conservative investor? It depends on who you’re asking. There seems to be a difference between what investment advisors and brokers believe is a conservative investor and what investors believe being conservative means. There are three basic types of investors today conservative, moderate, and aggressive. There are also tweaks to… [Read More] What is a Conservative Investor?
There are some glaring problems with the traditional asset allocation model that investors should be aware of. Financial planners and stock brokers are big advocates of the traditional asset allocation model. Typically they will display the model to clients on a pie chart, and it will feature a 60/40 or 70/30 split in investments.… [Read More] Problems With the Traditional Asset Allocation Model Video