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Oct 29, 2019

Avi Gilburt, founder of Elliott Wave Trader, said that while the Standard and Poor's 500 hit new record highs on Monday -- closing at roughly 3,040 and finally breaking out of a trading range that has lasted for most of the year -- he believes the market is still in the middle of a larger correction, one that will take it back down to support levels around 2,820 before there is a real rally to start off 2020. Gilburt suggested that instead of being cheered by the new highs, investors should expect 'a lot of whipsaw.' Also on the show, Leonard Wright discusses the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants'  most recent Personal Satisfaction Index, author and financial adviser Jeff Poole discusses the transition from work to retirement, and Tim Melvin of the Heatseeker newsletter and cov ers stocks in the Market Call.