Global stocks were mixed on Tuesday and investor sentiment remained weak on euro zone fiscal deficit concerns. But experts told CNBC the recent pullback is routine and investors should stay fully invested in stocks.
Beginnings of a New Bear Market?
This is not the start of a new bear market, says Puru Saxena, money manager & CEO at Puru Saxena Wealth Management. He explains why this is just a routine pullback in a cyclical bull market.
Stay Fully Invested in Equities
Equities will pull back further from their current levels but Hans Goetti, CIO at LGT Bank, continues to advise clients to stay fully invested in this asset class.
Euro Due for Short-Term Bounce
The euro is due for a short-term bounce towards $1.40, says Simon Warner, head of macro markets at AMP Capital. He shares his outlook on the currency market.
Risk-Free Rates Plague Markets
The concept of "risk-free interest rates" is plaguing the markets, says Dean Curnutt, president and founder of Macro Risk Advisors.
Dow Expected to Drop 17% This Year
Expect a 10%-17% drop in the Dow this year, says Ray Barros, CEO at Ray Barros Trading.
Outlook for the Euro
The euro can continue to weaken but beyond the very short term, the currency could rebound, predicts Sebastien Barbe, chief emerging market strategist at Calyon Corporate & Investment Bank.
USTs and Dollar — Bad Long-Term Bets?
The overall global risk picture does not make U.S. Treasurys and the dollar a good long-term hold, notes Kirby Daley, senior strategist at the Newedge Group.
Bullish on Platinum
Place your bets on platinum, says Brenton Saunders, director at Taurus Funds Management. He tells CNBC why he is upbeat on the commodity.
Gasoline Boom is Capacity Dependant
The boom of gasoline depends on capacity, says John Licata, chief investment strategist at Blue Phoenix.
Chinese Airlines Set to Outperform
Shares of Chinese airlines will bring the best returns, says Ally Ma, research analyst from Citi. She shares her outlook and investment strategy for the sector.
Can Toyota Emerge From the Ashes?
The sell-off in Toyota shares due to its recall woes presents a good buying opportunity for long-term investors, says Seijiro Takeshita, director of Mizuho International.
Don't Dismiss Toyota Long-Term
Don't count Toyota out in the long run, advises Kirby Daley, senior strategist at the Newedge Group. He speaks to CNBC about the headwinds of the auto industry and its impact on Toyota's recall.
HK Market Will Remain Sluggish Ahead of CNY
The Hong Kong market will remain sluggish ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year holidays, predicts Vicks Poon, head of investment advisory at Fubon Bank.