We’re heading into the weekend, and it’s supposed to very cold here in New Jersey. So bundle up under a nice, warm blanket and listen to the latest episode of the Mullooly Asset Podcast! You can check it out here. Have a great weekend!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘How Often Should You Expect a Stock Market Correction?’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- For a lot of new investors, this rocky start to 2022 could be their first foray into a market that doesn’t go straight up. So how often does this happen? More than you think, and Ben writes about just how often in this latest post.
‘Intel to Invest at Least $20 Billion in Ohio Chip-Making Facility’ – Meghan Bobrowsky – The Wall Street Journal
- The pandemic has caused a number of supply chain issues for industries, and a lot of it centers around a shortage of chips. This story outlines Intel’s plan to try and increase production of chips here in the US.
‘Companies Raise Perks to Repay Employees’ Student Loans’ – Stephanie Dhue – CNBC
- Student loan debt has been a big issue for a lot of folks in the workforce today. And with the workforce becoming more and more competitive, companies are adding student loan relief as a benefit for their employees.
‘Here are 3 Things to Know About Unemployment Claims’ – Greg Iacurci – CNBC
- We saw unemployment claims rise last week. Unemployment claims have been on a pretty steady decline since the peak. The new surge of COVID cases has certainly factored in, but this article looks at other factors as well.