Follow the Bread Crumbs
In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn, will provide a guide on navigating market panics and how clients can use these moments of fear to target above average long term returns while securing the money they need over the short term to help them sleep well in all sorts of market environments.
Specifically, Robert will walk clients through the three stages of market panic and the investment actions required at each stage of a panic to not only protect your portfolio but how to position and optimize the portfolio for success ahead of the ensuing stock market recovery. We are also going to review the recent actions taken by the US Federal Reserve and the pending legislation by Congress to understand its impact on the U.S. economy and how that might affect the overall path of the stock market moving forward.
Additionally, we will help guide clients and advisors through the recent market action to assess what stage of the current market panic we are in and where some of the price divergences are taking place. Identifying these divergences is the first step in spotting potential areas of opportunity for investors that are tactical and have a long term mindset. Lastly, we are going to review price action of the stock market by measuring the demand for portfolio protection and looking at the relative price action between economically sensitive stocks and their recession resistance peers. These indicators help us understand when it may be time to go shopping.
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