As US stocks continue to push higher, some investors are increasingly concerned that the market is becoming over-extended. But one analyst told CNBC that he expects the S&P 500 to tack on nearly 200 points by March.
S&P 500 to Hit 1,250 by March
Ajay Kapur, chief global and Asia strategist at Mirae Asset Securities explains his optimism for equities and his call that the S&P 500 will hit 1,250 points by March.
V-Shaped Recovery Seen
Expect a V-shaped recovery, says Ajay Kapur, chief global and Asia strategist at Mirae Asset Securities, speaking to CNBC. But Daryl Guppy, CEO of Guppytraders.com, says the economy is heading for a "head-and-shoulders" shaped recovery.
Keep Cash on the Side
Always have some cash on the sidelines to anticipate a pull-back in markets, says David Halliday, associate director at Macquarie Equities
There are a lot of headwinds in the markets, says Jack Bouroudjian, CEO of Index Futures Group.com.
Gold Correction Likely
There is a high chance of a significant gold correction, says Ray Attrill, global head of research at Forecast Australia, speaking to CNBC.
Buy Gold But Be Cautious
Cautiously buy gold stocks, advises Ron Cameron, senior analyst at Ord Minnett.
China's Key Role in Commodities
Matthew Pierce, chief grains analyst at PitGuru.com speaks to CNBC about the important role China plays in the commodity industry.
REITs to Rebound
Todd Canter, CEO of La Salle Investment Management Securities, explains why the worst is over for real estate investment trusts. He also addresses concerns about the U.S. commercial real estate sector.