Wes Johnson on NPR: “To Fear or Not to Fear” New Stock Market Highs

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Wes Johnson on NPR: “To Fear or Not to Fear” New Stock Market Highs

On November 26, 2019, Posted by , In Radio Interviews,Wes Johnson CFP®, With No Comments

The stock market’s recent all-time highs have some folks seeing a warning sign while others see a green light to invest in the markets. In this interview, Wes Johnson, CFP® discusses if new stock market highs should be feared or embraced. Click the link below to listen to the replay.

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Wes Johnson, CFP®


“It’s pretty understandable to be a bit wary of new all-time highs, especially since we’re currently experiencing the longest bull market in history. Based on the economic data and historical trends, we think the market has more room to run. But there are plenty of things that could derail the market: The China trade deal could fall apart; lackluster economic growth in Europe and Japan; stalled corporate profit growth; and the upcoming presidential election campaign to name just a few.” —Wes Johnson, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™. Click here to learn more about Wes.

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







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