Track Storms in Virginia

Has the stock market hit a plateau? Jamie Cox weighs in

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RICHMOND, Va. -- For the past nine months or so, two of the three major stock market indexes have repeatedly hit all-time highs, in a relatively steady march upward.  Even the Nasdaq, which topped 5,000 at the height of the dot-com bubble in 2000, saw robust growth.

And that all followed a strong bull market since the bottom of the housing market bust in 2008.

But for the past six weeks, the market has been treading water, even as the S&P 500 Index hit and all-time intra-day high last Friday.

So what about your retirement assets?  Should you shift gears, preparing for a market "adjustment?" What sectors might be poised to see some growth?

Watch our interview with Jamie Cox, from the Harris Financial Group for his insights.



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