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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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The driver behind the whole economy is you, the consumer. And everywhere you look, the media will remind you that we are supposed to be in a depression. So let me share some things with you.
When do you know an economy is coming out of a recession? Watch the banks and commodities.
Did you know General Electric (GE) posted record revenues last quarter? That has not really helped their stock, has it?
The stock market has been posting gains the past few days. After two very tough months to start 2009, what could go wrong?
Have you seen the ads that Charles Schwab has been running on TV? You probably have seen them. They sound like real people, but they're actually cartoon/colorized images.
Every time I see headlines about future budget deficits, I keep telling myself "that is a weather forecast!" Most folks read the headline, perhaps scan the first paragraph, proceed to get bummed out and turn on the NCAA Tournament.
One of top questions I've heard (over and over) lately has been: What about buying Citibank down here?
I am not a big fan of Comedy Central or Jon Stewart, I've watched the show a few times. But on Thursday March 13, 2009 Stewart interviewed Jim Cramer on his show.
Mark-to-market accounting is what's used in your brokerage account — your margin account at a Wall Street firm. To understand mark to market accounting, let's look at what happens in a retail brokerage account that trades on margin.
If you haven't been able to make heads or tails of the credit crisis, read this.