LifePro Asset Management Insights
Delivering financial news, data, and analysis to LifePro Asset Management clients and advisors from around the country.
If you’re looking to secure a stable income for years to come, now may be the perfect time to consider investing in bonds. With today’s high-interest rates, the window of opportunity to lock in impressive yields is open—but it may not stay that way for long.
In this week’s update, we discuss the current market pullback within the context of historical corrections, areas of the market we believe are showing potential signs of leadership, and what we think interest rates mean for asset allocation, growth stocks, and value stocks.
In this week’s update, we are going to discuss how rising energy and food prices, combined with a gradual slowing in GDP growth, could be setting the market up for a stagflationary environment in the second half. We will also look at what portfolio’s strategies have worked and not worked during similar historical periods.
In this week’s update we are going to review the action in Tesla, Taiwan Semiconductor, and Netflix and what clues the earnings calls and stock reactions may give us about the path forward in IT. Second, we will review the impact of rising commodity prices on inflation expectations, interest rates, and asset allocation.
In this week’s update, we will review how the depreciation of the US dollar impacts inflation, commodities, and overall asset allocation. We are also going to review the technical backdrop of the oil and precious metals market and why we think the current cycle mirrors the early innings of the 2000-2010 commodity super cycle.
In this week’s update, we are going to review the recent employment report, some of the cracks we have started to see in the technology trade, the energy sector’s role as it relates to inflation expectations, and how investors can use energy stocks to potentially protect themselves during times of stagflation.
In this week’s market update, we will review factors influencing the monthly inflation report, give updates on the U.S. labor market, and analyze some of the asset allocation implications of a narrow stock market and what we think it means for your portfolio.
In this week’s market update, we are going to tackle what we think are the rising risks associated with the debt ceiling debate, the continued mess with the regional banks and how that contagion is showing signs of spreading to the larger financial institutions, and more.