The Lost Decade?
After a month-long rally in stock prices, we believe that staying defensive and resisting the urge to chase stocks up at levels that make little valuation sense is a good strategy. In this week’s update, we will review the prospect of a lost decade and how an active approach to investing can potentially help your account thrive during such uncertain times. Additionally, we want to dive deeper into the yield curve inversion and what it means for your money. Lastly, we will look at trading conditions and what implied volatility discounts might mean for the market over the short term.
- We believe the bond market is signaling the potential for a deep recession
- The bear market rally has given investors an opportunity to unload assets
- We think leading economic indicators are deteriorating
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