"Sizzle, everyone has learned to take their profits because cash is just as good as money. You must sell to keep your money."
"The almost 25 basis point rise in yield in the 10 year, with the following fall all in the last 24 hours, reminds me quite a bit of a blow off top. If interest rates do stabilize then we will continue to sizzle."
-- Pete S., Connecticut
“Swoon, bond yields are rising siphoning off equity inflows and exacerbating the start of the current sell off.”
-- Kanto E., New York
“As long as the Fed doesn't start raising interest rates again and slow the economy down any further than it already has, we stand a good chance of having a moderate summer stock market. Neither a summer swoon nor a summer sizzle, but a relatively stable market.”
-- Paul F., New Jersey
“The market will do whatever it has to do to shake out the average investor. Summer will fluctuate wildly but by year-end we will be 18 percent higher than present levels. Let the shakeout begin. It is almost time to buy more.”
-- Lowell C., Florida
"Global growth is not going to slow for a long time. We may take a little volatility for a few weeks, then I think we are going to have a fantastic Summer rally in engineering, construction materials and commodities including oil and gas."
-- David, Florida
“Middle incomers like to spend and so does the rest of America; spenders are not going away. I say sizzle!"
-- Jeanie, Florida
“I’m seeing a nice sizzle for June, July and August, a bit of a pullback in September & October and a strong finish in November and December.”
-- Ed R., Pennsylvania
"This market reminds me of summer of 2005; interest rates on the rise and energy prices going through the roof. We had a correction then only to end up with a nice summer rally. The fundamentals still look strong. I believe we will have a summer sizzle."
-- Cliff, California
"Stagnation, except in energy stocks -- they're gonna sizzle!"
-- Dave F., Maryland
"Swoon, look at middle income spending; there is none. I call it the garbage man check, you see no old products or empty boxes of new stuff bought."
-- Joe, Pennsylvania