Global stocks were mixed on Thursday, with European shares rebounding after three days of declines. Experts told CNBC risky assets could gain more ground next year.
Risky Assets Will Gain in 2010
Expect risky assets to gain further ground next year, predicts Thomas Kaegi, head, macro-economic research, Asia Pacific at UBS Wealth Management.
High-Grade Corporate Bonds In Favor
As government bonds are still risky, Thomas Kaegi, head, macro-economic research, Asia Pacific at UBS Wealth Management, says investors should look into high grade corporate bonds.
Cautious on US Financials
Jim Awad, managing director of Zephyr Management says U.S. financials are not the stocks to own even if one is bullish about next year. He discusses the challenges that financial institutions face.
Dollar to Decline Longer-Term
Jim Awad, managing director of Zephyr Management sees the greenback declining longer-term as the country needs to eliminate structural imbalances.
Expect More Dollar Weakness
Expect the dollar to remain on a depreciation trend in the medium term, says Olivier Desbarres, director of FX strategy at Credit Suisse.
More Upside for Oil & Gold
Expect to see more upside in oil and gold, says Puru Saxena, CEO of Puru Saxena Wealth Management. He explains why he is sticking to this stance.
'Overweight' Oil Services
Huw Williams, director at Arden Partners, explains why he has an overweight rating on the oil services sector.
Upbeat on Diversified Miners
Diversified miners like BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto benefit from the longest life and lowest cost assets, says Gareth Hulbert, portfolio manager at Macquarie Portfolio Management.
Bubble Trouble in Asia?
There isn't any bubble in the Asia region, says Michael Spencer, chief economist & head of global markets research, Asia at Deutsche Bank.
Investing in India's Real Estate Sector
Philip Blumberg, founding chairman & CEO of Blumberg Capital Partners, sees signs of a turnaround in India's real estate sector. He sheds more light on investing in this sector.