Slowing Your Way to Gains
In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn, focuses on the ideal economic conditions that have historically led to above average stock market returns and where the U.S economy sits today.
Robert will also be reviewing the various risks that investors have been concerned about, its impact on the market and how close we are to resolving each of those potential road blocks to the stock market. Additionally, we will be reviewing the foundation of the U.S. economy by analyzing the health of credit markets and what wage growth and inflation is telling us about the state of consumer spending power.
Lastly, we will focus on how investors should approaching investing in a stock market sitting at record highs. This will involve taking a look at investor fund flows as well as analyzing the level of investor cash on sidelines and what those patterns tell us about prospective future return paths for the stock market over the back half of 2019.
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