News out of North Korea and China sparking a global sell-off today. Despite the uncertainty in the markets right now, "Shark Tank" judge and O'Shares Chairman, Kevin O'Leary, sees big opportunities. He joined the "Halftime Report" traders to discuss what's next for global markets, the outlook for beaten-down energy, and the fall of tech darling Apple.
O'Leary is in favor of buying during times of volatility. He argues that during moments of unrest you can buy big names that have sold off 3-5% saying if you wait 90 days, you will often times be rewarded. He himself has been buying on the dip picking up shares of L'Oreal, Toyota, Samsung, LVMH, and Wesfarmers, among others. He now has a 25% stake in the Asia Pacific region.
Steve Weiss is also looking outside of the United States, focusing his picks on Europe. He has upped his stake in the region from 25% to 35%. But unlike O'Leary, Weiss isn't sold on buying Asia right now, saying "I'm worried about China."