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Market Tips: Buy When They’re Down

Global stocks were back in the red on Thursday after China failed to announce further measures to its stimulus plan and ahead of the European Central Bank and Bank of England's interest-rate decisions. Experts tell CNBC that any market weakness provides a buying opportunity, so keep you eyes peeled.

Buy When Markets Are Down

Any weakness is a buying opportunity, advises David Halliday, associate director at Macquarie Equities.

Gold's Shine to Continue

Gold's uptrend will continue over the next several months, says Karl Eggerss, chief trader at Frishberg Jordan and Kaleta Advisors.

Bullish on Commodities

Commodities is the one investment that can be kept for 3-4 years, says Karl Eggerss, chief trader at Frishberg Jordan and Kaleta Advisors.

Banking on Commodities

The fundamentals for commodities are getting better, notes Jim Rogers, author, adventure capitalist and international investor. He tells CNBC why he is bullish on commodities.

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The Case for Agricultural Commodities

As the supply of commodities continues be under stress, Jim Rogers, author, adventure capitalist and international investor tells CNBC why the case for agricultural commodities in China is particularly strong.

Worried About Water

Water is a big concern in China, says Jim Rogers, author, adventure capitalist and international investor. He tells CNBC why he is bullish on water and agricultural treatment firms. Rogers also explains why he plans to buy more gold.

Buy Financials

Sani Hamid, director of wealth management at Financial Alliance explains why he is bullish on global financials. He also tells CNBC why now is a good time to expose yourself to China, Singapore and India investments.

AIG's Outlook

AIG's outlook may be revised to "stable" if government support continues and its business stabilizes, says Kevin Ahern, a credit analyst at Standard and Poor's.

Upbeat on Green Autos

The green trend is a growth prospect for the automakers after the crisis, says Vivek Vaidya, director at Frost & Sullivan.

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