Ten years after the financial crisis, the United States equity, real estate, and job markets are back to records. Household wealth has, therefore, surged to a record $106 trillion. Most of the trends we see in the domestic data flow remain strong, although conditions overseas paint a less compelling picture. With much of the slack in the domestic economy gone, and inflation near target, we expect the Federal Reserve to continue normalizing interest rates. Portfolios are tactically overweight value stocks, domestic and developed equities, short duration Treasuries, and real estate. Tactical underweights include growth, foreign and emerging markets, long-duration Treasuries, and gold.

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