Global stocks were lower on Tuesday, moving away from 18-1/2 month highs. As the Dow closed above 11,000 on Monday, experts told CNBC that they are bullish on stocks, especially U.S. stocks.
Upward Trend for Stocks in Q2
Philip Niem, head of Asian discretionary portfolio management at Barclays Wealth sees equities trending higher in the second-quarter. He also talks to CNBC on his allocations for a portfolio designed for capital growth, on this installment of Protect Your Wealth.
Didier Duret, CIO for ABN Amro private banking is overweight on equities, corporate and emerging market bonds. He discusses his strategy and view on the global economy.
US Markets Likely to Post Further Gains
U.S. markets are set to move higher in the intermediate term, predicts Yu-Dee Chang, principal & chief advisor at ACE Investment Strategists. He offers his outlook for the U.S. market.
US Stocks Offer Good Value
Kirk West, executive director at Principal Global Investors, expects a good profit season to lift U.S. equities and sees further upside over the next 12 months, especially in tech and consumer discretionary stocks.
Put Your Money in Bank Stocks
Don Williams, CIO of Platypus Asset Management says put your money in the banking sector. He discusses these and other investment strategies.
Risk Trade In Favor
Michael McCarthy, market analyst at City Index says risk appetite is clearly higher for now and he favors long trades for the Kiwi, Aussie and Canadian dollar.
Strong Commodities Sector, Despite Alcoa
Aluminum and other commodities might see a pick up in trade despite Alcoa's low earnings numbers, says Juliana Roadley, equity market analyst at CommSec.