By using point and figure charts, your investment adviser is using price as the ultimate indicator to manage the risk of your investments. That’s why, here at Mullooly Asset Management, I strongly believe in the practice of technical analysis. In this article, I explain what exactly “technical analysis” means. Technical analysis is a way to… [Read More] What is Technical Analysis?
There are two basic ways to analyze investment opportunities: Fundamental analysis, and Technical analysis. Fundamental analysis examines topics like the management of a company, the markets they serve, the products they create, manufacture and sell. Fundamental analysis also covers company earnings, corporate balance sheets and other financial data. A large portion of fundamental research rests… [Read More] Why Using Only Fundamental Analysis Can Lead To Problems
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The Treasury Department said Friday that Sun Bancorp Inc. of Vineland, New Jersey, repaid $89.3 million, money it originally received on Jan. 9. They gave back the TARP money. Does that make it a good investment? [Read More] TARP Funds Returned by NJ Bank, Is It a Good Investment?
Did you know General Electric (GE) posted record revenues last quarter? That has not really helped their stock, has it? Remember always, price is the ultimate indicator, which is why I rely more and more on charts. Fundamental analysts and company management can pontificate all day long about market share, earnings and revenues. If the… [Read More] Media Focuses On The Wrong Stock Market News
When I was in college, I loved listening to a local college radio station (WFUV, Fordham) that had a sports-talk show on Sunday nights. The show featured something new: phone calls from listeners! This was more than 25 years ago, before WFAN in New York, ESPN Radio and all the other sports outlets we have… [Read More] Wall Street News: Goes Through The Spin Cycle