Bulls and bears offer divergent outlooks for US stocks.
Why the S&P 500 will still finish up 7% to 9% on the year.
We’ve bought more intermediate bonds to hedge against equity losses.
Slow-wage growth may make the Fed cautious about hike timing.
Over long-term, well-managed companies deliver on growth.
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