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Aug 30, 2022

David Jilek, chief investment strategist at Gateway Investment Advisers, says that the market is likely to continue along a volatile path as it looks for resolution from today's headline risks, and he notes that investors need to mitigate risks and position themselves less to profit now than for the future point when the market comes out of the doldrums and starts its next real climb to a bull market. Jilek noted that the relationship between asset classes -- most notably stocks and bonds which moved alarmingly downward in lockstep at the beginning of the year -- may be changed for the foreseeable future, forcing investors to reconsider their allocations even while they are treading water waiting for better times ahead. In the Talking Technicals segment, Michael Kahn, senior market analyst at Lowry Research Corp., says investors have to "play everything light," not sitting on the sidelines but not running the full playbook, noting that he thinks investors will be happy a year from now but may have to go through a lot of pain in the interim. Plus, author Greg Steinmetz discusses his new book, "American Rascal: How Jay Gould Built Wall Street's Biggest Fortune," and compares his protagonist to some of today's modern day corporate giants.