Two market experts debate the disconnect between Main Street and Wall Street

UBS found that 67 percent of investors are planning to make portfolio changes in the coming weeks. Mike Ryan, UBS Global Wealth Management vice chairman, and Ron Insana, Schroeders senior advisor and CNBC senior analyst, join 'Power Lunch' to discuss the portfolio changes and whether they see a disconnect between Main Street and Wall Street. A UBS survey found that investors are very optimistic about the market and plan on buying the market dips.
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