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401K Advisor

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Location: United States of America
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TRCB - Member Profile - Thomas Mullooly

Thomas Mullooly, President of Mullooly Asset Management, has been in the investment industry since 1983. After many years as a broker, Tom established Mullooly Asset Management as an Investment Advisory firm for individuals who are looking to manage the risk in their investments.

Too many investors have been decimated the past few years by having no game plan, no method to manage the risk in their portfolios and making other mistakes.

Mullooly Asset Management coordinates a tactical game plan for their clients. Whether your assets are in a 401k plan or in a brokerage account, Mullooly Asset Management works one on one with individuals so they can regain control of their investments.

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Why didn't we buy...this or that? Getting calls from some folks who are asking questions like:
Probably the toughest part of covered call writing is finding the right idea. And ideas change all the time — as markets change, prices change and the option prices (premiums) also change.
The Treasury Department said Friday that Sun Bancorp Inc. of Vineland, New Jersey, repaid $89.3 million, money it originally received on Jan. 9. They gave back the TARP money. Does that make it a good investment?
Probably the toughest part of covered call writing is finding the right idea. And ideas change all the time - as markets change, prices change and the option prices (premiums) also change.
How the Bullish Percent Index works? To understand how the bullish percent index, our main coach, works, you need to begin with and understand three main concepts.
Football coaches never predict the outcome — they expect to win! The coach runs the best plays he can, when he's got the ball.
The beauty of the Point & Figure chart is that the chart has no preconceived bias. A Point and Figure chart doesn't care who owns the stock, or who likes the stock...or even if somebody just predicted some stock would double in the next 12 months.
Most Wall Street recommendations to buy are based on projected future revenues and/or projected future earnings. Projected. Or you could say, "predicted".
The period we're in now is not necessarily a "bull market" or a "bear market" but more like a structurally "fair market."
Do you remember the television program, "Who wants to be a Millionaire"?The show was actually featured in a terrific book "The Wisdom of Crowds" by James Suriowiecki. If you remember, the contestants were given three "lifelines" to help them.
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