We have a double dip of Mullooly Asset content today, so this is a great reminder that each week we publish at least 3 new pieces of original content. One blog post, one video, and one podcast. Be sure to always stay up to date!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Inflation has become a big concern for a lot of investors and economists here in 2021, and the Fed likes to use the term “transitory” occasionally when describing inflation. Cullen writes about why he thinks that’s a bad term to use for inflation, and a few other things as well.
- Growing technology, software, and the internet have been changing our world for years, but the pandemic may have introduced something even more important. Ben writes about the impact that working from home could have moving forward from here.
- Long-term investing is more about understanding human nature than it is about complex spreadsheets. In our latest blog post, Casey outlines key investing traits necessary to be a successful investor.
- In this week’s episode, Tom and Casey walk through exactly what the financial planning process is like for new clients. From the initial “Fit Meeting” to our first series of check-in calls, the guys cover it all in this one. They highlight typical questions we get along the way and what to expect at each step in the process.