Time is Our Friend
In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn, will review portfolio and market performance through the first half of January and what our market indicators are suggesting may be in store for investors over the first 6-12 months of the new decade.
Specifically, Robert will reviewing our long and short term tactical risk indicators to gauge the health and durability of the current stock market rally. Robert will also be taking a look at the recent rally in U.S. stocks and breaking down how we want to navigate a market that may be exhibiting overbought symptoms in the short-term but has multiple long-term and sustainable tailwinds at its back. Next, we will be measuring investor sentiment and positioning levels across the stock market to help measure the sustainability of the market rally over the short to medium term.
We are also going to review the health of the underlying economy by taking a close look at inflation, the health of the labor market, and potential factors that may weaken the business cycle over the long term. Additionally, we will look at the impact of Federal Reserve’s decision to lower interest rates in 2019, the typical lag time before lower rates impact the real economy, and where we are seeing the impact of lower interest rates in the real economy today. Lastly, we will review the credit environment to ensure that the economy is stable and not merely borrowing growth from tomorrow.
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