Global stocks were down Friday as more bad news came out of the financial sector, heightening investors' fears about the health of the overall economy. As markets continue their volatile streak, experts tell CNBC where is best to put your money.
Play Stocks on a Trading Basis
If you want to be in either global or Asian markets, do it on a trading basis, definitely not on a "buy-and-hold", advises Andrew Freris, senior investment strategist, Asia at BNP Paribas Wealth Management. He explains why in this instalment of "Protect Your Wealth".
Big Value Meals Make Economic Sense
McDonald's is a good stock to take note of as a "value meal" will make sense in this economy, says Michael Yoshikami, founder, president, and chief investment strategist at YCMNET Advisors.
Hot on A-Shares
Karma Wilson, head of Asian equities at AMP Capital Investors likes the A-Share market, highlighting the industrial and consumer sectors.
HK Markets Will Stay Volatile in March
The Hong Kong market will continue to be volatile in March given the earnings season which kicks off then, says Steve Tse, research manager at BEA Union Investment Management.
Bank Stocks Worth a Punt
Banking stocks are so cheap right now that they could be good for a "punt," but don’t expect earnings growth yet, Justin Urquhart Stewart from Seven Investment Management told CNBC. Nick Self, CEO and director of IFA Financial Services, joined the discussion.