Today is a meaningful day for us here at Mullooly Asset Management, and the Mullooly family overall. We learned of my brother Casey’s CML diagnosis on this day three years ago. A lot has changed for us over the last few years, some good and some bad. Nobody chronicles thoughts and feelings over what’s happened the last three years like my brother himself. He writes over on his blog All Things Are One. Take a minute to check it out today!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Last week was a reminder that stocks CAN go down, and it’s okay! Pullbacks never feel good. In last week’s podcast, the guys discuss why the strategy doesn’t change whether it’s a 5% pullback or 30% pullback. They talk about what’s going on currently in the market, and what it means for your investments.
- The market always needs something to worry about. In the beginning of 2021, the story has shifted towards rising interest rates and potential inflation. Tom outlines in his latest post why theses aren’t things you need to worry about. He also talks about what the Fed is doing and how it could potentially impact stock market leadership.
- The “worry” of the market lately has been the return of higher inflation projections. Michael uses this post to illustrate how people may be able to profit from higher inflation if that were to occur.
- The issue of student loan forgiveness has been a hot button issue for a while now, and even more so since the new administration took over. This article looks at the potential for loan forgiveness to become tax-free.