Global stocks rose on Thursday, hitting a one-week high, as investors looked to European Union leaders to lay the foundations for a financial rescue of Greece at a summit in Brussels, Belgium.
Experts told CNBC they are wary of an overall recovery as they see inflation becoming a problem later this year. They give their advice on how to invest because of this.
Keep Exposure to Riskier Assets
Continue to keep some exposure to riskier assets, advises Andrew Pease, investment strategist at Russell Investment Group. He explains and discloses his investment strategy.
Keep to Shorter-Term Bonds
King Lip, chief investment officer at Baker Avenue Asset Management is recommending clients to take shorter durations in their bond portfolios, as he sees inflation as a problem and interest rates heading higher by end-2010.
US Market Rangebound in 2010
King Lip, chief investment officer at Baker Avenue Asset Management expects the market to be rangebound in 2010 on concerns about the overall U.S. recovery and unemployment.
BHP Best Bet Over Rio
BHP Billiton is a better pick over Rio Tinto, says Lucinda Chan, division director at Macquarie Private Wealth.
Positive on Rio Tinto
Peter McGuire, MD at CWA Global Markets, believes global miner Rio Tinto's share price will continue on an upward trend. He explains his upbeat outlook.
Going for Gold
Get back into gold at the $1,000 level, says Nader Naeimi, senior investement strategist of AMP Capital.