A veteran digital and television journalist, Michelle Fox writes articles for CNBC.com and acts as a liaison between the website and CNBC television shows.
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Just hold Goldman Sachs and let the market take care of itself, Hennessy Funds' David Ellison said.
While some may be optimistic that the market rally will lead to more IPOs in 2017, Sagework's Brian Hamilton isn't so sure.
It's not too late to buy into the market, investment expert Katie Nixon told CNBC on Friday.
While some may be concerned the market is moving too high too fast, veteran strategist Jeff Saut told CNBC on Thursday he would still buy any dips.
Positive earnings and consumer confidence have Brad McMillan bullish on stocks for 2017, so he's not concerned about any short-term pullbacks.
Improvements to the tax laws and reduced regulation will be significant drivers for business, U.S. Steel CEO Mario Longhi says.
Tax and regulatory reform, as well as infrastructure projects, will help drive growth, Judy Shelton told CNBC.
Donald Trump's negotiating tactics may score him some wins, but in the long run it's going to cost him, Elevation Partners' Jeff Cohn says.
For the U.S. economy to grow, it needs access to the rest of the world's population, former Office Depot CEO Steve Odland says.
"The Big Short" author Michael Lewis is terrified that capital requirements on banks may be reduced when Donald Trump takes office.