Even more recently, I've looked at "risk-neutral" inflation fighting ETF possibilities .

Perhaps the most important asset that I have in client acounts is cash. Why? I should have an excellent opportunity to put cash to work in an upcoming pullback for stock ETFs. In fact, seven of the last 11 years have served up a pullback in September or October.

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