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RBC Wealth Management – U.S.
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“We continue to suggest to our investors that they maintain their asset allocation to stocks; what is comfortable to them, what makes sense from a strategic standpoint for their allocation and there are reasons for that. Number one: We see no risk of U.S. recession. If we did, the view would be quite different.”View profile
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U.S. Wealth Management
“Americans increasingly view retirement as an exciting new chapter in life filled with possibilities. That’s good news, but with people spending decades in retirement it’s important to plan for any scenario. Our goals-based wealth planning approach brings clarity today, while helping people build confidence in the future.”View profile
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