The Dow Jones Industrial Average is knocking on the door of 30,000 for the first time in history. Linked below is this week’s episode of the Mullooly Asset Show. Tom talks about just how far the market has moved over the span of his career.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- In Ep. 220, Tom breaks down just how far the market has moved over the last 35 years. For investors, that could be the span of retirement, or the prime time of your investing career. Tom outlines what the worst thing you could do to your investments over that time is.
- In 1964, President Johnson declared “war on poverty” saying that too many people lived on the outskirts of hope. Tom wrote about how the same can be said for folks and their investing strategy. The lack of proper financial foundation leaves them scrambling for investing success to bail them out.
- Many people seem to think that the market is being carried by only a few big stocks. As Michael writes, that’s not necessarily the case anymore. He shows what is working, and how it’s more than people think.
- Student loan payments have been on pause since March for millions of Americans. As 2020 draws to a close, that pause may be going away. This article looks at how borrowers can get ready to begin paying again.