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May Portfolio Review Meeting; April Rebound, Tech, Stock vs. Bonds

May Portfolio Review Meeting; April Rebound, Tech, Stock vs. Bonds

| June 10, 2020
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Welcome to episode 81 of the Mind of a Millionaire Podcast. It’s that time again – time for the Portfolio Review Meeting. Every month, our Investment Committee meets to discuss what’s happening in each of your portfolios; what’s working, what needs to be changed, and what the future may hold.

This week, Zak discusses the April market rebound, what’s going on in the tech industry, and stocks vs. bonds.

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Stock Market Rebound in April [1:18]

Tech Companies [3:02]

Now is not the time to be a hero [4:27]

What’s going on with bonds? [4:55]

  • Stocks vs. Bonds [5:36]

Our Outlook [6:23]

 

If you have any questions, as Zak mentioned, please do not hesitate to reach out. We are always happy to discuss your portfolio and current situation. Call our office at (303) 261-8015 or email Zak at zachary@denverwealthmanagement.com.

 

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