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In this week’s edition of the LifePro Asset Management Market & Portfolio Review, our head of Wealth Management, Robert Reaburn, reviews how an investor can navigate and invest in a two-speed economy, characterized by a strong consumer and labor market, offset by a weak manufacturing sector. In particular, Robert will be reviewing the spate of economic data that has been released over the past week, such as GDP, jobless claims and personal consumption, weigh it and explain what it means for clients and investors going forward. Additionally, Robert will be reviewing some of the short-term trading action in the market and where we are in the current range-bound action that has characterized the stock market over the past month. We are also going to review how stocks are priced relative to bonds and how that factors into our market outlook, portfolio construction, and overall asset allocation framework. Lastly, we will review investor positioning and sentiment, as we do every week, and what it means for the stock market as head into the fourth quarter.