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We see an inflation 3 to 5 years down the road and investors should stay relatively close to the front end of the yield curve where the bond prices are protected by the Fed position of low Fed funds and interest rates, said Bill Gross, co-CIO and founder of Pimco.
Gold prices are reaching the peak and running out of steam on this rally, said Charlie Morris of HSBC Global Asset Management.
Joy Global will face volatility in the short term but it is a buy-rated stock in the long term, said Charles Brady, analyst at BMO Capital Markets.
Managing directors Jim Awad of Zephyr Management and Phil Dow of RBC Wealth Management shared the best places for investors to put their money.
At this point, you look for any selective weakness in sectors that you want to be “long” in, advised Peter Sorrentino, senior portfolio manager of Huntington Asset Advisors.
Stocks snapped a four-day winning streak on Wednesday after a trio of weak economic reports tarnished the shine on recovery hopes. This morning's ADP jobs report showed U.S. private employers shed 532,000 jobs in May, fewer than the upwardly revised 545,000 jobs lost in April, but more than 520,000 expected. Experts commented on the above and more. Read and listen to what they had to say...(UPDATED)
Traders took a pause from the oil rally as it closed nearly flat at $68.55 Tuesday. Still, oil could rally back toward the $70 mark Wednesday on the Energy Department's release of crude oil inventories, which are expected to show a decline.
Investors may have missed the big market rally, but there is still room to buy, said Scott Billeadeau, managing director of Fifth Third Asset Management and Larry Kantor, head of research at Barclays Capital.
Despite the market rally, portfolio manager Harry Rady of Rady Asset Management said he remains “more bearish than he’s ever been” and is continuing to take chips off the table. And Greg Olsen of Lenox Partners said he expects a pullback soon.
The high-quality dividend names are the way to go, said Bryan Piskorowski, managing director at Wells Fargo Advisors. And he offered a recommendation.
Ned Riley, CEO of Riley Asset Management and David Hefty, principle of Cornerstone Wealth Management discussed their opposing economic outlook—and shared their sector likes and dislikes.
Is GM’s decision to file for chapter 11 what the company needed for a reboot and restart? Although it’s hard to tell at this point, optimists are confident.
U.S. stocks ended up Monday and rose anew Tuesday, after pending home sales showed the biggest gain in more than seven years. What's next? Art Cashin, UBS Financial Services director of floor operations, offered CNBC his stock-market insights.
Stocks rebounded off a lower open on Tuesday after a report showed the sharpest jump in pending-home sales in 7 1/2 years.The major indexes kicked off the month with a 2-percent rally amid signs of strength from China’s manufacturing sector and relief that General Motors finally entered bankruptcy protection. Read and listen to what the pros had to say...
Vietnam is following China’s footsteps in terms of economic growth and they will produce great returns for investors in the next 10 years, said Rob Lutts, founder and CIO of Cabot Money Management.
There is still some recovery left in this rally and investors can still make money, said Andy Hartwill, market strategist at Quasar.
Peter Kenny, managing director at Knight Equities, and Jim Iuorio, director at TJM Institutional Services, weighed in on the best places to invest now.
Stocks advanced Monday as investors were encouraged by economic reports out of China and the U.S., and shrugged off the GM bankruptcy filing. Read and listen to what the experts had to say...
Paul Schatz, president at Heritage Capital, and Dan Fitzpatrick, president at StockMarketMentor.com, discussed their outlook for the economy — and shared their stock/sector likes and dislikes.
The economy is going to continue to get more difficult from here and investors need the market to show that it can sustain the kinds of moves that stocks have made, said Christopher Zook, chairman and CIO of CAZ Investments.