In this market, buy-and-hold tactics may not be as effective as in the past.
In a surprise, Peltz group didn’t pick up a single board seat.
NASDAQ broke above 5,000 for the first time since March of 2000.
We also reduced allocations to finance and healthcare sectors.
Analysis of system failure may be useful to investors.
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