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The investing landscape has changed, Morgan Stanley's U.S. chief equity strategist says. Now he's becoming more cautious.
After Donald Trump blasted General Motors and Ford canceled plans to build a $1.6 billion plant in Mexico, Paul Ingrassia had a warning for the industry.
Earnings will drive the market higher this year, Scott Clemons says.
Virtual reality, augmented reality, artificial intelligence and robotics will alter how we interact and work, the venture capitalist says.
President Barack Obama did what he had to do by imposing sanctions, former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Thomas Pickering said.
A market pullback will provide a buying opportunity, Empire Execution's Peter Costa says.
Rate hikes, the steepening yield curve, loan growth and tax cuts are all positive for financials, Anton Schutz says.
David Schiegoleit is expecting a 3 percent to 5 percent pullback in early 2017.
There will be some bumpiness but then it will be off to the races as investors rebalance their portfolios, CastleArk's Jerry Castellini said.
There is still sentiment to push the market higher, Destination Wealth Management CEO Michael Yoshikami said.