Technical analysis by Denko stock researchers point to a potential market correction, urges clients to take shelter in Gold, Life Settlement Funds.

With the stock market up more than 50% since April and the Standard & Poor Index on the rise for the last three months, it's concerning says Singapore based Denko trader Kyle Yavits. Given the current market environment, the run up of equities and housing is occurring at a rate that seems unsustainable.

For this reason, representatives are directing clients to backstop portfolios and move to holdings which are not tied to the stock market. An example would be life settlement funds which have become so popular due to the high returns and principal protection.

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