Stocks have recovered relatively quickly since the market meltdown in late February when the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped more than 400 points.
Investors were quick to jump back in the market but are they paying too little attention to risk? Two market pros seem to think so.
"There's time for a pause, we don't know when that pause is going to be, but what we do know is that investors' appetite for risk is even more hungry," J.J. Burns, president of JJ Burns, told CNBC's "Power Lunch."
"People coming in have way too much allocated in the global markets, way too much allocated in stocks," Burns said. "The baby boomer of today doesn't think that he needs to really monitor his risk profile that much when he has so much allocated towards the stock market."