As we head into another weekend, what better time to get caught up on some podcasts? Episodes of the Mullooly Asset Podcast are published every week, with a new one coming later this afternoon! Be sure to check them out.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- There’s a lot of speculation as to how much Robinhood traders, and day traders everywhere, are moving the market. Dave takes a look at that rumor, and what happens with the order flow at some of these brokerages.
- After the markets crashed in the first quarter of 2020, we saw them bounce almost straight back to the levels we saw pre-crash. Michael, however, writes that the bounce was more so a revival than a recovery and the distinction is very important.
- Not everyone in this COVID-19 related recession has suffered equally. In this post, Greg looks at how low income earners, minorities, and some other groups have been impacted harder than others.
- I’m sure we’ve all heard or seen a bell curve, but in Tom’s latest post he writes about how he used bell curves early in his career to identify stocks that were oversold or overbought and could revert to the mean.