Business as Usual
In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn, will review the progression of the Coronavirus, its evolving impact on the market, and how a disciplined investment process remains our weapon of choice to successfully navigating times of short-term uncertainty.
Specifically, Robert will review performance results through February 7th, and more importantly, how we are positioning the portfolio for the remainder of the first quarter. We will also review the important labor market report that came out this past Friday, along with a discussion of what the recent U.S. job figures tells us about the health of the economy and the potential path of least resistance for the stock market going forward. Next, we will review how stocks are valued relative to bonds, the progression of investor sentiment, and how gasoline prices are impacting consumer sentiment in the U.S.
We are also going to review the potential of a Coronavirus dividend for the stock market as central banks around the world inject financial liquidity to offset the uncertainty caused by a potential slowdown in Chinese growth. Lastly, we will review how credit markets have held up throughout the Coronavirus scare along with a discussion on inflation and what it potentially means for the future path of interest rates.
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