It’s All About Liquidity
In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn, will review the state of market health in light of slowing Chinese growth but still robust labor and consumer spending figures here in the U.S. We will also review how the LifePro Tactical investment process works and how that process helps us position client portfolios for long-term investment success.
Specifically, Robert will review performance results through February 17th, and more importantly, how we are navigating a market that is dealing with increased media headlines as it relates to Coronavirus and its impact on U.S. supply chains. We will also review the level of stock market breadth to gauge the health of the recent stock market rally and whether the gains are widely being distributed across many areas of the market or if the market rally is narrowing, foreshadowing a possible period of volatility. Additionally, we will review recent jobless claim data, credit market activity, and what the two data sets are telling us about the state of health for the foundation of the market.
We are also going to review the importance of financial liquidity to asset prices and what the current level and direction of financial liquidity state side and across the globe are telling us about the possible direction of stock prices going forward. Lastly, we are going to review the cost of capital for companies here in the U.S. along with a discussion on how and why interest rates are such a critical component when valuing stocks, both on an absolute basis and when comparing stocks to other liquid asset classes.
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