Using Uncertainty to
Your Long Term Advantage
In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn, focuses on the recent move by the Federal Reserve to reduce interest rates by 25 basis points and what it means for client portfolios.
Robert will also be reviewing how a spike in economic policy uncertainty caused by unexpected tweets or policy announcements from major Government officials can lead to high conviction trade signals for investors that know where to look. Additionally, we will be reviewing the recent tariff announcement by the U.S. administration and how client portfolios at LifePro Asset Management are positioned to handle the current policy environment.
Lastly, we will review some of the short term trade indicators we track to determine whether the recent market pullback has sufficiently worked off some of the short term overbought conditions that existed in the market over the past few weeks.
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