The stock market rarely complies with expectations, but it does reteach the same lessons over and over again.
Right now investors are enjoying the Trump rally, but I see many who are still concerned about the insecurity we have in the world today. It doesn't matter which generation you were born into. When people feel insecure, actions often have a feel-good effect akin to a sugar high.
Putting this into a markets context, investors tend to lose the ability to think through the consequences beyond five minutes out. It's an advisor's job to gently walk clients back from the cliff when their investment objectives are about to go over it. This requires "un-teaching" clients misconceptions before we can get to the correct and helpful concepts.