Subscriber Questions About the Current Stock Market

Harry from North Carolina read a report warning about the “go nowhere” market of the mid-1960s to the early 1980s, and wonders if today’s market resembles that one. If so, would bonds and CDs be better than stocks?

Mike from Slingerlands, New York notes that the “easy money” of the past 13 years is gone. Have we seen a past market like this one? If so, how would our plans have fared through that earlier one?

John from San Francisco wants to know if the disappearance of easy Fed policy changes our plans’ rules. How confident am I that the Signal strategies are still solid?


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