Summertime heat and economic stress are running hand in hand currently. There’s a joke within the financial industry that says whenever an advisor goes on vacation, the market goes down. Well, now that we’re back from vacation we’re going to examine some of this economic stress.
We’re going to examine some economic advice for withstanding market volatility from some of the experts around the industry. Should we agree with them, scrutinize their advice, or take it all with a grain of salt?
Equity strategist, Phil Orlando, expects the market to decline further by another 10% over the summer. He also favors value stocks over growth stocks. Holding cash hasn’t been this attractive in over 20 years.
We’ve heard a lot of positive news about value stocks over growth stocks recently. The S&P has lost about twice as much as the value index. Value stocks historically have better rates of return than growth stocks. A well-diversified portfolio should have both large companies and small companies in value stocks.
Financial journalist, Bill Stone, says there’s a silver lining to the recent stock market and bond market damage. There’s a decent amount of bad news baked into these asset prices already. Timing the bear market is impossible but a rebound is usually explosive.
It is impossible to time the market. Rebounds happen in quick bursts. People are still spending money on services and employment still seems to be good. So, our regular markers of a recession aren’t as pronounced. With the shift of COVID policies, there has been a shift in the supply chain helping the economy grow.
Join us today as we break down these opinions and more. Does Don agree or disagree with the talking heads?
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[0:29 ]– Did you have a good summer trip?
[1:25] – Don’s daughter is getting married!
[2:42] – What we’re going to analyze today
[4:53] – Demand for services are still good
[6:50] – Value stocks over growth stocks
[11:18] – We can’t time the market
[14:53] – Be aware of emotional decisions
[17:20] – Mailbag – Do I really need an advisor?