For What It's Worth: My Thoughts Regarding Recent Equity and Fixed Income Pullback
"This Too Shall Pass"
I would not be surprised to see another 3-5% pullback in equities before a move higher. This is not what anyone wants to hear BUT we are not experiencing anything out of the ordinary. The reasons for the ‘fear’ may be different BUT the results are not new.
If you are wanting simply to wait for the eventual recovery (I see the first quarter of 2019) as some of the questions are answered (trade war, the direction of US economy, FED and interest rates, Brexit, maybe even a pipeline, etc.) then you need to very little.
If you want to position yourself for potentially HIGHER RETURNS during the recovery than let me know and I will send out my ACTION PLAN to initiate this.
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