The three discuss a somewhat turbulent last three months – at least, more so than we’ve seen since 2020 – how September has a reputation for being the worst month for the S&P historically (although you can’t game it, as Clint reminds us), and more.
Clint Walkner teams up with two of Walkner Condon’s U.S. expat financial advisors Syl Michelin, a Chartered Financial Analyst®, and Stan Farmer, CFP®, to discuss the second quarter and look ahead to Q3 of 2021.
In another good quarter that has seen the S&P hover around all-time highs, things started rather uneventfully but then changed in June, as the tech sector got its groove back. The trio takes a trip down memory lane, framing the current tech atmosphere in terms of the late 90s and early 2000s, including a comparison between the Bulletin Board System of internet yesteryear and the new age, the Wall Street Bets subreddit. They also pose and explore the perplexing question related to the valuation spread in the S&P 500 and finish by revealing their favorite trend to watch – meme stocks or cryptocurrency?