Even the most bullish stock market fan has to admit one thing. And that’s the fact that the U.S. economy is no longer a spring chicken.
After nearly a decade of expansion, we certainly aren’t at the beginnings of growth. Data is still good, but not nearly as great as just a few quarters ago. This certainly throws investors for a loop in building and adjusting their portfolios.
How can you get good returns this late in the game?
Luckily, there are some ways to pivot your holdings based on where we are in the business cycle. By using sector rotation, we can still profit as the economy goes through its paces.