A new episode of the Mullooly Asset Podcast drops this afternoon! Did you listen to last week’s episode? If not, it’s okay. There’s still time! Go check out every episode of the podcast on the Mullooly Asset Management site.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- A few market indices made all time highs in August, but there was also a record number of money leaving the market as well. Michael takes a look at where they’re going and potentially why.
- Performance hasn’t been an issue this year for some investment managers, like at Fidelity, but they are still seeing outflows on a monthly basis. This article looks into Robinhood and how it’s impacting even the biggest fund managers.
- Between the January Effect, Sell in May Go Away, and more – there are a handful of market adages that go along with the calendar. In his latest post, Phil takes a lesson or two away from the year 2020 so far and applies it to these adages.
- Despite working in the industry, Maureen outlines why she is her own worst financial planning client. When it comes to accountability and action, it’s sometimes easier to hold others to a higher standard than yourself.