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The natural reaction is to want to pull out now and wait for things to be better and then enter back in. The problem with that is that it is timing the market
Bitcoin is not a currency, nor is it even an asset.... at some point it will go to zero or close to it. The Achilles heel for Bitcoin is the environmental problem.
Inflation and the prospect of rising interest rates has spooked the markets. We’ve entered a point where the market is trading more on good news vs bad news as opposed to valuation …
Looking forward the next few months, we are starting to see more positive signs. The data coming out is signaling that the economy has a foothold.
Lori Calvasina, RBC Capital Markets’ Head of U.S. Equity Strategy has a 10 Minute discussion regarding her concerns with the disconnect between the current market.
Below is a video I recorded discussing the elevated state of the markets and how there are three different types of companies influencing it.
It seems that despite all the bad new coming out the market seems to continue to go up. It seems to have blinders on and is ignoring it. Why is that happening? Is there a drop coming? How should we be investing right now?
We're hearing two common questions: When will the markets pull out of this stage, and what will the markets and economy look like on the other side.
Jim Allworth Discusses the transition from Lockdown to Reopening
RBC Wealth Management’s latest thoughts on COVID-19 and its implications for the economic and investment outlook.