At Mullooly Asset Management, we all have our own personal blogs as well. Obviously, I have Living With Money. Brendan has Your Brain On Stocks. Tom has Jersey Shore Financial Advisor. Casey has All Things Are One.
Be sure to check them out! Tom’s latest post is linked below.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- On and off switches are great for lamps in your bedroom, but not for your investment portfolio. In his latest post, Tom explains why we don’t use any sort of indicator as a total “on/off” switch for our portfolios.
- It’s easy to look at this year’s market action and think “we’ve never seen anything like this before!” Well, hold on a second. Ben writes about a handful of times in history that we’ve seen massive up and down moves within a calendar year.
- The economy has been at the head of news cycles for months now, and in her latest post Carolyn examines the metric used to measure economic growth – GDP. But, as Carolyn writes, GDP doesn’t account for everything a country does, and doesn’t REALLY give an accurate picture of the state of the country.
- With businesses closed for months, and lots of Americans receiving stimulus money, it’s no surprise the savings rate has gone up, but is it sustainable? This article takes a look at how long this spike in savings can realistically last.