International investors are generally underweight Asia, valuations are still reasonable and earnings are finally starting to pick up, notes Joshua Crabb at Old Mutual Global Investors.
Corporate profits in Japan continue to be robust, notes Masakazu Takeda from the Hennessy Japan Fund.
Finding revenue to pay for the proposed cuts will be difficult, notes Kyle Pomerleau from the Tax Foundation.
Robert Pavlik from Boston Private believes markets will rally if the White House imposes a 10 percent tax on companies' repatriated earnings.
Don't hold your breath for Peking duck cheesecake, but The Cheesecake Factory's David Gordon, says the restaurant will respond to what customers want.
Whereas Netflix offers original content, Stan has become the home for exclusive Hollywood programming, explains CEO Mike Sneesby.
Willy Lin from the Hong Kong Shippers' Council explains why the outlook for HK shipping will improve this year.
Investors should be selective on Wall Street and consider defense-oriented stocks, according to Michael Yoshikami of Destination Wealth Management.
Richard Solomons of InterContinental Hotels talks about the brand's expansion strategy in China, which is its fastest growing market.
A core element of the potential acquisition will be securing government approval, warns Michael Morley from Liberty House.
Instead of a big announcement, the White House has been taking targeted measures to enforce a protectionist trade agenda, notes Markus Schomer of Pinebridge Investments.
Distribution platforms aren't as important as easy access to content, notes Brian Sullivan of Fox Networks Group.
An excess shipyard capacity continues to plauge the sector but demand remains positive, notes Andreas Sohmen-Pao of BW Group.
David Joy of Ameriprise Financial believes the Nasdaq can extend gains on the back of a healthy outlook for tech and industrial stocks.
The presence of more mainland developers is changing Hong Kong's market, says Ada Wong of Champion REIT.
The mainland's steel industry remains "excessive," according to Charles Bradford of Bradford Research.
Europe has strong PMI readings while robust earnings growth is driving developing Asia, notes James Sullivan of J.P. Morgan.
If Trump delivers on tax reforms, markets can climb higher, according to Lim Say Boon of DBS
Beijing won't intervene on North Korea until the U.S. raises the stakes, explains Sung-Yoon Lee of The Fletcher School at Tufts University.
Large-caps look healthy as global companies ramp up exports, notes Paul Dietrich of Fairfax Global Markets.