Bell curves are an integral part of point & figure charting, and Tom and Brendan will discuss why in this video. As promised in our previous podcast, you will be able to view some visual examples of charts in this week’s video. Tom will talk you through the charts and help make all the X’s… [Read More] Bell Curves: How They Are Used in Point & Figure Charting
This is a transcription from the November 21, 2012 Mullooly Asset Management podcast. Brendan: Hello and welcome to the Mullooly Asset Management podcast for November 21, 2012. This is Brendan and today Tom and I are going to talk about using point and figure charts and bell curves. So I never really thought that I’d… [Read More] Bell Curves: What is Their Purpose in Point and Figure Charting?
https://media.blubrry.com/invest/p/content.blubrry.com/invest/Using-Point-Figure-Charts-and-Bell-Curves.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSSIn this week’s Mullooly Asset Management podcast Tom and Brendan discuss bell curves. Bell curves are something that most of you probably remember learning way back in high school, but this concept can be applied to point & figure charts. Bell curves can supply us with some very useful information when they… [Read More] Bell Curves and Point and Figure Charting
It’s true: Understanding the Bell Curve Can Help Your 401(k) I will stress again: there seem to be a LOT of people in the investment business who want to complicate the investment process. It does not need to be overly-complicated. A financial planner can help you invest smarter and give you 401-k advice. This is… [Read More] This High School Concept Can Help You Invest Smarter
It really IS true: An Idea Learned in High School Can Actually Help You Make Better Investment Decisions Yes, some of the concepts discussed way back in high school CAN make us better investors. You do not need to be a financial advisor to understand them either! But there seem to be a LOT of… [Read More] A High School Idea Can Help You Make Better Investment Decisions
Recently, oil and commodities dropped 20 to 25% in four very fast weeks, catching nearly everyone off guard. But as fast as the drop took place, we start to see signs of a reversal back up. These sharp violent corrections often take place in long sustained bullish advances.What do you do if you are still… [Read More] The Bell Curve Can Represent Most Stock’s 10 Week Moving Average