Eric Gerster on The Money Life Podcast: Yesterday’s Resistance is Today’s Upside

The Money Life with Chuck Jaffe podcast recently interviewed AlphaCore Wealth Advisory Chief Investment Strategist Eric Gerster, CFA, to tap into his three decades of experience and demonstrated success during fluctuating market cycles. He offered insights on the current private equity market and where it is headed.

During the Talking Technicals segment, Gerster and host, Chuck Jaffe, reviewed:

  • If we are heading toward a recession
  • The state of the private equity market
  • Factors that may influence the market moving forward
  • Why the Fed’s latest decisions did not significantly impact the stock market
  • The importance of protecting your portfolio, using alternatives

Click here to listen to the entire podcast episode. If you have any questions about market movements, alternative investments and current our current market outlook, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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