Market Tips: Markets to Avoid

Global stocks fell again Tuesday, with Japan's Nikkei index closing near a 4-month low and European markets trading at 2-week lows, as investors fled for safety from the deteriorating global economic conditions and volatile banks. Experts tell CNBC where to find good places to invest.

Japan, Europe Stocks = No Go

With markets likely to remain volatile for the next 6-8 months, Salman Haider, MD & head of wealth management at Citibank advises investors to sidestep Japan and Europe. He reveals where the opportunities lie in today's "Protect Your Wealth".

Choppy Trade in HK until 2010

Expect choppy trade in the Hong Kong market for the next 12 months, warns Nicholas Yeo, investment manager at Aberdeen Asset Management.

Dollar-Yen May Hit 95 in 3 Months

The dollar-yen is likely to head back towards the 95 level over the next three months or so, predicts Callum Henderson, head of FX strategy at Standard Chartered. He tells CNBC what is going to cause the yen's weakness.

Bearish on the Singapore Dollar

Callum Henderson, head of FX strategy at Standard Chartered is bearish on the Singapore dollar, expecting it to weaken further against the greenback.

Look Out for More M&A Down Under

Expect an increase of merger and acquisition activity in the Australian market, suggests Dominic Vaughan, senior dealer at CMC Markets.

Buy ASX on Dips

The ASX is fundamentally a fantastic business, says Kevin Curran, head of Dealing Foster Stockbroking. He tells CNBC that it is a stock investors should buy on dips.

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