It’s a new year, so we figured it’d be a good time to refresh readers and clients on the financial planning process over at Mullooly Asset Management. We published a new blog post this week talking all about it. Check it out here!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Sometimes the best time to buy stocks is when nobody actually wants to buy stocks. Michael breaks down the psychology involved with buying when almost nobody is bullish on stocks, and the returns after a period like that.
- Instead of an annual forecast, Barry shares some reasons to be bullish in 2024 and some reasons to be bearish in 2024 as well. Where do YOU fall on the bull/bear spectrum heading into this year?
- After a viral tweet asked why almost every investor under age 45 isn’t just 100% in the S&P 500, Nick broke down what a portfolio of just U.S. stocks would look like. Is that actually the right allocation for people with long time horizons?
- How many times have you spent money on things you don’t actually need? Probably too many to count. Tony writes about conscious spending in this post, and how it can transform your spending habits and budget.