Though the economic recovery continues to progress, fears of breakthrough cases, travel restrictions, geopolitical conflict, and increased regulation abroad are giving rise to a growing unease. The question currently on top of many people’s minds: how do these events affect how quickly it will take for the economy to ultimately recover?
In this episode of Wescott’s Market and Economic Outlook Series, our Chief Investment Officer, Mark McCarron, and Chief Operating Officer, Carrie Delgott, explore these concerns and discuss Wescott’s portfolio preparedness in relation.
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