Asian stocks hit new lows Tuesday on renewed concerns over the global financial sector. European stocks managed to climb higher after Monday's major selloff. Experts tell CNBC where to invest during market volatility.
Check Out Commodity Trading Advisors
Besides investing in investment-grade bonds, investors can also look into Commodity Trading Advisors, or CTAs, says Daphne Roth, head of equity research, Asia at ABN Amro Private Banking. She explains her investment strategy in today's installment of "Protect Your Wealth".
Riding Out Market Panic
Expect a tough two years ahead, says Kevin Curran, head of dealing at Foster Stockbroking. He tells CNBC that there is no short-term catalyst to turn around the market panic.
Still Bullish on Commodities
Even if demand for commodities goes flat or falls, Jim Rogers, author & international investor still remains bullish on commodities as he sees serious supply problems developing there.
Gold Loses Shine
Investors are staying on the sidelines, rather than fleeing to safe havens of gold, says John Licata, chief investment strategist at Blue Phoenix.
Stock Markets Likely to Stay Weak in '09
Although there is a good chance for a year-end recovery, the equity markets will probably remain weak for the rest of the year, warns Norman Chan, CIO at PCM Capital.
Markets Are Caught in Downward Spiral
Stocks can appear "rather cheap", nevertheless, with the market's downtrend intact and with the new "sell" signals, the only game at the moment is a relative strength game of companies or sectors which haven't fallen that much, Petra Von Kerssenbrock from Commerzbank advised.
No Bottom Seen for Stocks & Credit Markets
If the global economy is falling at 6-11% per annum in real terms, then there really isn't a bottom to either the corporate sector, or the credit markets, believes Roger Nightingale, strategist at Pointon York.
Hold On to Cash
Hold on to cash, advises Greg Bundy, chairman of InterFinancial and Justin Braitling, portfolio manager at Australian Leaders Fund. They reveal how else they are investing in the bear market in this installment of "Protect Your Wealth".
More Downside for Stocks
Stocks will likely consolidate at current levels before heading lower again, Kevin Sullivan from Clariden Leu told CNBC Tuesday.