Investing in an Age of Tweets & Headlines
In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn, addresses how we manage money in an era where tweets or sudden headlines can increase the day to day volatility of global capital markets.
In particular, Robert will be reviewing the recent headlines as it relates to global growth and whether the context of recent headlines and news stories align with the economic and corporate earnings data on the ground. Additionally, we will review the health of the U.S. consumer and the U.S. labor market, as well as the overall health of the corporate bond market to assess the sustainability of the current business cycle.
We are also going to review what is going on in the global bond market and whether falling interest rates are a reflection of global economic growth or the growing supply of negative interest rate bonds. Lastly, we will review investor positioning and sentiment, along with what that has historically meant for future stock market returns.
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