Market Tips: US Markets Could Climb 15-20%
Global stocks were lower on Wednesday, taking a breather after hitting 11-month highs the previous day as gold breeched the $1,000 an ounce mark. Experts tell CNBC world markets will continue to make gains, with the U.S. possibly rising another 15-20 percent.
US Market Has "Underpriced" a Recovery
The U.S. market has "underpriced" a recovery, believes Karl Eggerss, chief trader at LafferFrishberg.com. He tells CNBC that is why he sees another 15-20% upside for the U.S. markets.
Global Markets to Make Further Gains
Clay Carter, head of international equities of Perennial Investment Partners expects markets to continue to move higher till year-end.
Developed World Taking the Wind Out of Asia
The robust recovery in developed markets is working against Asian stocks, says Mark Matthews, Asia Pacific strategist at Fox Pitt Kelton. He reveals how he is investing in light of this.
Bet on Indonesia & Singapore
Invest in Asian countries with a large retail investor base, such as Indonesia and Singapore, advises Mark Matthews, Asia Pacific strategist at Fox Pitt Kelton. He shares his strategy, in this installment of "Protect Your Wealth."
Broad Dollar Weakness Seen in Q4
David Mann, FX strategist, global markets at Standard Chartered Bank expects to see broad dollar weakness in the fourth quarter.
Dollar Poised for Another Down Leg
The U.S. dollar looks like it has the makings of another potential down leg, says David deGaris, director & senior economist at NAB Global Markets Research.
Juliana Roadley, market analyst at Commsec tells Tony Cripps, head of global markets at HSBC Australia, CNBC that investors are looking to safe havens of gold and holding their cash.
Upbeat on Techs
Karl Eggerss, chief trader at LafferFrishberg.com, is upbeat on the tech sector as he sees corporates going through a huge product upgrade cycle.
Eyeing M&A in Resources & Telcos
Paul Chau, head of M&A advisory at KPMG tells CNBC that investors should keep an eye on M&A activities in the basic resources and the telecom sectors.