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Market & Portfolio Review: 3-4-24

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Avoid Rotten Apples

After a strong upward move across global stocks, it’s natural to ask if we are in a bubble or if stocks are due for a correction. In this week’s market review, we look at market internals to assess the overall health of stocks, which areas are leadership, and what parts of the market may be more exposed to a downward correction in price.

Key Takeaways

  1. The US Economy Looks Fine
  2. Market Internals Are Acting Well
  3. Weakness at the Top of the Market but Strength Across the Rest of the Market

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Robert Reaburn

Robert Reaburn

Robert Reaburn is the Executive Vice President and Head of Wealth Management at LifePro Asset Management. He works with financial advisors building diverse financial portfolios that best empower their clients with a lifetime of financial security.

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