Doug English on NPR: Are Stocks Peaking Again?

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Doug English on NPR: Are Stocks Peaking Again?

On August 6, 2019, Posted by , In Doug English,Radio Interviews, With No Comments

2019 has been an exceptional year for the stock market, but what’s next? Doug English, CFP® discusses his thoughts on this past year and what might be next for the economy. Click the link below to listen to the replay.

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Doug English, CFP®

“We have been surprised and delighted with the scale of this rally and with the market reaching all time highs once again, it may be time for the rally to stall out. Many indexes are up over 20% year-to-date and even when you allow for the low starting point that we had after the pullback in November and December that’s a pretty significant rally and our clients are feeling pretty good.” —Doug English, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™. Click here to learn more about Doug.

Click here to listen to the full South Carolina Business Review radio interview.






 

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