Stock Valuations Are Still 'Quite Reasonable': CIO
Despite the big rally markets have recently had, stock valuations are still "quite reasonable," said Art Nunes, CIO of Northwest Asset Management.
“Corporate profits have continued to rise and beat expectations for the last two years … so as long as earnings continue to beat estimates for the majority of companies, and valuations seem reasonable, we’re going to remain bullish,” Nunes told CNBC.
Nunes advised investors to target some of the “faster growing areas” of the markets such as small- and mid-cap stocks and international commodities.
“There are also plenty of ETFs that give investors exposure, but I wouldn’t chase prices,” added Nunes. “I’d wait for them to pull back and then I’d step in and buy them.”
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Scorecard—What He Said:
- Nunes' Previous Appearance on CNBC (Apr. 4, 2011)
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CNBC Data Pages:
Tuesday's Top Dow Laggards (as of this writing)
No immediate information was available for Nunes or his firm.