Morgan Stanley is recommending a barbell strategy to play the market. Here’s what that means

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The stock market is trading at record highs as stimulus from Congress and the Federal Reserve appear to be reaching their end. Because of this, investors should hedge their portfolios with a "barbell "approach to protect against a pullback, according to Morgan Stanley.

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