Preparing for the Recovery
After another week of turmoil, the S&P 500 recorded its SEVENTH WEEKLY DECLINE IN A ROW, while the DOW JONES declined for the EIGHTH STRAIGHT WEEK. While this event marks the first eight-week losing streak since 1923, it also offers hope. After long periods of weekly declines, markets have a tendency to rebound strongly after extreme oversold conditions.
In this week’s market update, we are going to discuss how we are preparing for the recovery so that when it happens, client portfolios will be well-positioned to benefit vs. those that are panicky and going to cash in the latter stages of the selloff.
- The biggest stocks, along with the market safe havens are finally getting hit
- We believe Stocks at the center of the storm have largely been de-risked
- We believe Biotech stocks look increasingly attractive in current prices
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