Patience is a Virtue
In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn, reviews the recent stock market breakout, the factors driving it and whether the move is sustainable.
In particular, Robert will be reviewing the divergent paths of the U.S. manufacturing and services sectors and how investors can navigate the conflicting messages from each area of the U.S. economy to construct a portfolio, focused on long-term capital appreciation. Additionally, Robert will be reviewing the recent labor market and wage data and what that means for the U.S. economy going forward.
We are also going to review the foundation of corporate America by taking a closer look at the bond and credit markets and whether the recent move in the stock market is being complimented by falling or rising credit risk. Lastly, we are going to measure investor sentiment and positioning to gain a sense of money flows and where investor capital may be heading to next.
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