Staying the Course
In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn reviews how to navigate the stock market as we approach record highs and whether the move is backed by the three pillars of growth, liquidity, and valuation.
In particular, Robert will be focused on the recent short term asset rotation into junk stocks and away from high-quality secular growth stocks and whether that has a material impact on how we approach portfolio construction at the client level. Additionally, Robert will be reviewing the recent consumer spending and wage data, along with jobless claims to look for clues on how we expect asset classes to behave in Q4.
We are also going to review the recent events that took place in Saudi Arabia and study whether today’s pop in oil prices is the beginning of a long term move upward in oil and gasoline prices or whether the supply disruption is a temporary blip in an otherwise rising tide of global oil supply. Lastly, we will review the credit markets to make sure that the stock market breakout is being supported by declines in corporate risk and a rising money of supply in the banking system.
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