Since the end of October, the US stock market has experienced a substantial increase. The S&P 500 has increased by nearly 10%, while the Nasdaq has increased by 13%.
However, some analysts believe that the recent increase in US equities and bonds is more likely to be a year-end comeback than a decisive turning point. Should investors remain cautious? Are there alternatives investors should consider other than investing in US stocks? On Money in the Market, Hongbin Jeong speaks to Gary Dugan, CIO of Dalma Capital, shed light on these market dynamics.