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I generally can't contribute here but I would like to provide two links on the "reassurance" topic. While opinions on charts utility for prediction vary greatly I think they are useful for illustration. In the tweet linked below an analyst with an advisory service well known to some members of the board illustrates that in the past year there have been six "value rotations" and each has been followed by an increase in the spread of the performance of growth stocks over value.

Cathie Wood of ARK investment post a weekly video that covers a broad range of topics. In the most recent video at about the 11:00 minute mark she begins discussing the differences between retail and institutional investors and then moves on to outline the ARK hypothesis based on disruption leads to the conclusion that over time (investment horizon= 5 years) growth in the form of innovative disruptive companies will provide superior performance to what are perceived as value stocks.

Bob (out, back to lurking)
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