Investing in a Rising Tape
In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn focuses on the labor market, inflation and how the direction of those areas of the economy affect Federal Reserve monetary policy and its impact on the stock market.
Rob will also be taking a close look at where the stock market currently stands and whether its current price level represents an overbought condition or is a reflection of improved corporate fundamentals, offering investors the potential for attractive risk adjusted returns.
Lastly, we will take a look at prior instances when the stock market generated a positive return for the first four months of the year and what that meant for investor returns for the remainder of the year. Additionally, we will address the potential for stock market corrections during periods of economic growth and rising stock market prices and why its often a sign of long term health.
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