Navigating Headline Risk
In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn focuses on the importance of using a proven investment process to successfully navigate negative headline risk that can lead the most successful of investors astray.
Rob will also be taking a close look at U.S./China trade war and break down its expected impact on U.S. economic growth and more importantly, what that means for the stock market and your money. Additionally, Rob will review investor demand for portfolio protection and overall investor positioning for clues on possible paths going forward for the stock market.
Lastly, we will take a look at the credit and bond market to assess the overall health of corporate America and whether there are any structural risks building under the surface of the U.S. economy. Additionally, we will compare the price of bonds and stocks to determine which asset class offers more attractive potential upside for investors and how relative valuation and be used to increase an investors level of asset class conviction.
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