BlackRock’s Terry Simpson outlines his firm’s more bullish stance on the developed global markets.
Europe is a very undervalued market relative to the United States, according to BlackRock Investment Institute’s Terry Simpson.
Investors tend to buy the losing sectors last year and lighten up on the biggest gainers, especially in today's "expensive" market.
Louise Yamada sees the market heading higher in 2017.
Louise Yamada of Louise Yamada Advisors sees another leg up for the markets in 2017. She discusses with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
Louise Yamada of Louise Yamada Advisors tells CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis why the bond bull market is over.
One top oil analyst gives his reasons why oil's stellar run will be capped in 2017.
It's been a wild year for trader sentiment. What's amazing is how wrong sentiment has been this year, Pisani says.
Tom Kloza of the Oil Price Information Service tells CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis why oil's supply concerns will still be a factor in 2017.
Tom Kloza of the Oil Price Information Service tells CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis why he doesn't see another big run up for oil.
Why this time is different: Ned Riley explains why there's nothing to fear about tech stocks as they trade near all-time highs.
Investors are not just expecting a rally — we've already had that — they are expecting some kind of global reflation to occur.
The trading community is focused on what will drive markets higher in 2017 — and what speed bumps will occur along the way.
Veteran investment strategist Ned Riley explains what'll drive stocks fresh record levels in the new year.
Tech stocks will hit fresh highs in 2017, according to an investment strategist who helped caution investors about the dot-com bubble.
A veteran investment strategist who called the dot-com bubble calls 2017 “a very exciting year.”
Dennis Gartman sees volatility in many of the traditional commodities assets.
Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter says gold is the one commodity to own in 2017. He tells CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis why.
Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter predicts the year ahead for commodities with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
A Wall Street veteran has hiked his earnings forecast for 2017, citing a more business friendly environment under a Trump administration.
Oil prices were little changed on Monday amid expectations that Nigeria and Libya's rising output will be addressed.
The precious metal gained amid waning risk appetite among investors due to political uncertainty in the United States.
Noted technician Louise Yamada sees a ‘speed bump.' Could this disrupt tech’s win streak?