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6-18-24 Is Bullishness on the Rise?

Markets are trading in a holiday-shortened week, thanks to the Juneteenth Holiday Wednesday. 50% of companies are now in stock buy back blackout period. Retail Sales report preview; a function of Consumer sentiment. Five Fed speakers out and about today; markets started weakly, then rallied 1%. Volume and breadth are weakening; markets are very over-bought and extremely deviated from DMA's; when correction comes... Is consumer sentiment on the rise? How best to balance portfolio mix (charts). When will the "Next Big One" come along? Query about going from 90/10 portfolio to 100% equities; you can always find a reason not to invest. Bonds vs T-bills vs Equities; What to do when there are no high-yiled, low-risk options? How to manage risk in volatile rate environment; why you should look at your portfolio only once a quarter; separate emotion from your investments.

3:03 - Markets Are Over Bought & Extremely Deviated from DMA's
14:30 - Is Consumer Sentiment & Investor Bullishness on the Rise?
30:09 - Managing Risk Before the "Next Big One" Comes Along
44:22 - What Happens When There Are No High-yield, Low-risk Options?

Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO, w Sr. Fianncial Advisor, Jonathan Penn, CFP
Produced by Brent Clanton, Executive Producer
Articles mentioned in this report:
"Consumer Survey Shows Rising Bullishness"
"Inflation Print Keeps Fed On Track To Cut Rates"
"Grant: Rates Are Going Much Higher. Is He Right?"
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Our previous show is here: "Interest Rates: Is a Multi-Decade Increase on the Horizon?"
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