Laila Pence: ‘Shallow’ pullback is a buy opportunity on Reuters’ TV
September 4, 2020 – Laila Pence, one of the top ranked financial advisors on Barron’s annual survey, says investors should use Thursday and Friday’s market retreats to buy tech and consumer staples stocks. She tells Reuters’ Fred Katayama she is also investing in short-term Treasuries for protection against volatility.
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