Episode #200 of the Mullooly Asset Show drops this afternoon! That’s A LOT of videos. Where can you find all of these videos you may ask? On our YouTube channel of course! Click this link and be sure to SUBSCRIBE.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘5 Thoughts on a World With No Yield’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- It’s no surprise that the world is starving for yield. According to this post, about 90% of the developed world has government yields of 1% or less. Ben shares five thoughts about this new yield-less world and what it means for investors.
‘Why Retiring Into a Crisis Isn’t Bad’ – Stephen Nelson – Per Diem
- Retirement is a choice, but we can’t choose what happens in the market when we retire. Stephen writes about retiring during a time like 2008 or right now during this pandemic. It might not be as bad as some people may think!
‘Sunny Prospects’ – Jonathan Clements – Humble Dollar
- A conversation written in jest, Jonathan outlines some of the mind-bending riddles financial salespeople use on investors. The investor is asking all of the right questions, but gets dodgy answers from the salesperson. This post serves as a warning if you hear answers like this from a financial professional.
‘Put These Charts on Your Wall…2020 Edition’ – Charlie Bilello – Compound Advisors
- As always, Charlie has terrific charts to illustrate how some widely-believed market truths aren’t always true. Stocks CAN go up during a recession. A stock doesn’t HAVE to bounce back. Even if it’s overbought, a stock CAN go higher.