2016's rough start continued today as the markets tumbled points on uncertainty surrounding China. Despite all the turmoil, Wharton School Professor Jeremy Siegel doesn't find reason to worry. He joined the "Halftime Report" to discuss why concerns are overblown.
Professor Siegel believes a less aggressive Fed and strong earnings outside of the energy sector will be positive catalysts in 2016. Not only does he not see a recession ahead, he predicts the S&P could rally 10% this year. This is in stark contrast to "Gloom, Boom, and Doom" publisher Marc Faber who, also on today's show, predicted a 20-40% decline in stocks for the year.