At the end of a data-packed week, market experts told CNBC they see stocks continuing upwards in 2010, but caution investors that inflation will become a problem.
Inflation a Worry in 2010
Guest host David Kuo, director at The Motley Fool, explains why it is better to err on the side of caution and invest in real assets as inflation will continue to be a worry in 2010.
More Upside Seen for Markets in 2010
Expect more upside for markets in the year ahead, say Stephen Biggar, global head of research at S&P Equity Research and David Kuo, director at The Motley Fool. They tell CNBC here they are seeing the opportunities.
Commodities — The New Reserve Currency
Commodities are becoming a new form of reserve currency, says Kevin Kerr, president and chief trading officer at Kerr Trading International.
Outlook for Commodities in 2010
Expect a tale of two halves when it comes to the economy and commodity prices in 2010, Dominic Schnider, head of commodities research at UBS Wealth Management, explains.
The Case Against Gold
Gold is not one of those investments that investors should be putting into their portfolio, says David Kuo, director at The Motley Fool. He tells CNBC hy he is not a fan of gold.
Bull on Gold If Remains Above $1,050
Gold is still bullish as long as it stays above the $1,050 level, says Jonathan Barratt, managing director at Commodity Broking Services.