Global stocks were lower on Wednesday on worries of the pace of the economic recovery after a dip in U.S. consumer confidence. But experts told CNBC the market still has upward momentum.
Markets Still Have Upside Momentum
The markets still have upside momentum, believes Geoff Lewis, head of investment services at JPMorgan Asset Management. He tells CNBC where he is investing in light of this.
Markets Still in Momentum-Driven Rally
Markets are still in a momentum-driven rally, notes Bhaskar Laxminarayan, Asia CIO at Pictet & Cie. He tells CNBC what could bring this rally to an end.
Market Still Has Momentum
The equity market still has momentum in a powerful cyclical rally, says Jim Awad, managing director of Zephyr Management. He tells CNBC why market may correct more than justified by fundamentals.
Long-Term Bull on Gold
Gold should form the core of a portfolio in times of depression, says Jay Taylor, president & CEO of Taylor Hard Money Advisors.
Yield Differentials are Key
Focus on yield differentials over the next couple of weeks, advises Mike Moran, FX strategist at Standard Chartered.
Outlook for the Shipping Industry
Investors should not associate the performance of the shipping industry with GDP growth, warns Johnson Leung, senior shipping analyst at Tufton Oceanic. Leung also gives his outlook for the sector.
Overweight on Emerging Markets
Go overweight on emerging markets, particularly Asia, advises Bhaskar Laxminarayan, Asia CIO at Pictet & Cie. He explains why, in this installment of "Protect Your Wealth."
Bullish on Japanese Equities
Chisato Haganuma, chief strategist of financial & economic research at Nomura Securities, is positive on the Japanese equity markets. He explains his upbeat outlook.
Focus on Chinese Resources Firm
The current earnings season will see improving results from Chinese resources companies, says Paul Pong, MD of Pegasus Fund Managers. He explains his upbeat outlook.
S&P Has Stable Outlook on China Insurance Sector
S&P has revised its outlook on China's insurance sector to stable, from positive. Connie Wong, senior director, Asia at S&P's Ratings Services, tells CNBC the reasons behind this change in ratings.
HK Markets to Correct Over Short Term
Alex Wong, director of asset management at Ample Capital expects a further correction in the Hong Kong market over the short term.