Q4 Thoughts: Too Good to be True?

U.S. stocks—as measured by the S&P 500—have climbed nearly 20% so far in 2019, a perhaps astounding outcome in a year riddled with uncertainty around trade wars and interest rates. Since the market’s last rebound after the global financial crisis in March 2009, the S&P 500 has delivered an average annual return of nearly 16%— more than 50% greater than its long-run average return. So what does this mean for your portfolio the rest of Q4?
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