Fighting a Narrative of Fear
In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn, will walk through the uncertainty created by the market selloff over the past two weeks and how we are navigating the current market environment to position clients for future success.
Specifically, Robert will address and answer the most common questions that we are getting from clients and advisors alike along with walking through some of the biggest risks we see facing client portfolios as we enter the latter stages of this stock market correction. Just as important, Robert will assess how client portfolios have held up throughout the recent stock market correction and what steps are being taken to optimize the portfolio ahead of an anticipated market recovery. We are also going to look back at prior stock market corrections to compare the similarities and differences of this correction to those of the past.
We are also going to review a few of the short-term trading indicators we use to track the level of fear and greed in the market, which can help investors understand whether this stock market correction is in the early, middle, or late stages. Lastly, we are going review the U.S. economy and the state of the credit markets to understand the level of stability supporting the foundation of the stock market.
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