Global stocks were mixed Thursday as gold hit a new higher above $1,120. Experts told CNBC that stocks in the U.S., Europe and China still look attractive.
Upbeat on Domestic Stocks
Domestic stocks look attractive because of their positive growth story, says Ron Cameron, senior analyst at Ord Minnett.
Markets are Discerning
The market is very discerning, says Ron Cameron, senior analyst at Ord Minnett. He speaks to CNBC about the cautious sentiment as investors head into the Christmas period.
US Markets Not Overvalued
The P/E of the S&P 500 is not over valued, says King Lip, portfolio manager at Baker Avenue Asset Management. He tells CNBC why he thinks the U.S. markets are fairly valued.
Eye on Europe
Giovanni Beliossi, managing partner and chief executive officer at FGS Capital sees buying opportunities and good returns in Europe.
Current Oil Prices Not Supported by Fundamentals
Fundamentals are not supporting oil prices at the current levels, believes Shailaja Nair, managing editor at Platts.
Upbeat on Soft Commodities
The outlook for a number of soft commodities is very strong, according to Nirgunan Tiruchelvam, equities analyst at RBS. He explains his upbeat outlook on this space.
Gold Buying Rekindled
Buying interest in gold has been rekindled, says Matt Zeman, trader at LaSalle Futures Group.
Implementing Exit Strategies
It is not so much when countries begin exit strategies but what will replace the exit strategies in the recovery period, says Yuen Pau Woo, president of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada.
China Looks Healthy Short-Term
The Chinese economy is looking healthy in the short-term, says Fraser Howie, managing director at CLSA. But as he tells CNBC he remains concerned about bad loans and the sustainability of the recovery.
Investing in Vietnam
Vietnam's health care and education sectors look attractive on a one to two year time horizon, says Tran Si Chuong, founding partner of partner of TranInvest.
More M&A Activity
Expect more merger and acquisition activity to come into the Australian market, says Lucinda Chan, division director at Macquarie Private Wealth.