Mullooly Asset Management Video 3-24-2014 In the last week, the financial media’s hot topic has been interest rates. What’s going on with them? Where are they going? When will the Fed begin raising rates and how will that affect markets when they do? Naturally, investors are curious about interest rates too. So we put together… [Read More] What’s Going on With Interest Rates? March 2014 Video Update
If you haven’t heard, bonds are risky in 2013. Tom and Brendan discuss why you should be taking caution if you are investing in bonds. Tom points out that in the past bonds have been relatively secure investments, while stocks were fairly hazardous. Right now the opposite of that is true. Since interest rates… [Read More] Bonds are Risky in 2013: Invest With Caution Video
https://media.blubrry.com/invest/p/content.blubrry.com/invest/In_2013_Bonds_are_Risky_Podcast_May_2013.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSSIn this week’s Mullooly Asset Management podcast Tom and Brendan answer the question, “Why are bonds risky?”. Tom begins by pointing out that Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, and Warren Buffet have all cautioned against bonds recently. Bernanke said (of bonds), “They are among the most dangerous of assets”, as quoted from this… [Read More] Why are Bonds Risky?
In this week’s Mullooly Asset Management video, Tom and Brendan continue to discuss the fundamentals of financial planning. This week’s topic is compound interest, something that we all deal with regularly. As often as people deal with compound interest, it does go overlooked. Compound interest is a topic that should never go overlooked in the… [Read More] Financial Planning Includes Understanding Compound Interest Video
https://media.blubrry.com/invest/p/content.blubrry.com/invest/KNOW_THE_COST.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSSOn this week’s Mullooly Asset Management podcast Tom and Brendan continue talking about some of the fundamental building blocks of financial planning. Last week they discussed how financial planning really starts with paying yourself first. Having money saved can help your decision making process become a lot better. In that sense, what… [Read More] Compound Interest: A Main Component of Financial Planning
Interest rates — short term interest rates turned negative on Thursday November 19th. Rates have been low and look like they could stay there awhile…but who knows? In this video, we discuss the purpose of a bank, and one possible reason rates may be so low.