CNBC – April 23, 2019

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CNBC – April 23, 2019

Chris Zaccarelli discusses his concerns with the market in terms of its valuation, technicals and speed of the recovery from the December lows. He also explains how we saw value in sectors like Healthcare and Financials that had underperformed this year and cautioned that other areas of the market like semiconductor companies appeared to have gotten ahead of themselves. We still believe this bull market can run for another 1-2 years under current conditions, but were – and still remain – cautious in the near term as we believe the market is vulnerable to pullbacks or at least a pause in the next few months.

 

 

 

 

 

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