Should I Trust the Stock Market?
In the episode, Josh and Jay discuss positive factors affecting the overall stock market valuation and some areas of concern. Tune is to learn more about how technology and unprecedented government spending is having an impact on the equities markets, balancing that with the growing concern of inflation and the Delta variant of Covid. Josh and Jay also discuss why investors in the “retirement red zone” with less than 5 years until retirement should pay particular attention to their risk tolerances and portfolio allocations. Lastly, Josh discusses why “quality” of investment choices matters and why you don’t want to move into retirement with a portfolio built without a solid foundation.
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