Global stocks were mostly lower on Tuesday with European shares falling on concerns of the fiscal health of Greece and an Austrian bank being added to a watchlist.
Experts told CNBC that the recovery will lackluster and that investors should not buy gold at the current levels, rather look to natural gas.
Don't Buy Gold at Current Levels
Don't buy gold at current levels, advises Kirby Daley, senior strategist at Newedge Group.
Upbeat on Natural Gas
Expect good growth in the natural gas sector, says Peter McGuire, managing director of CWA Global Markets.
Lackluster Recovery Expected
Expect a lackluster recovery, says Len Blum, managing director at Westwood Capital. He tells CNBC that the U.S. markets are in a "hope rally".
Stimulus Programs Have Worsened Debt Problems
The stimulus programs implemented in 2009 have exacerbated the underlying debt problem, says Kirby Daley, senior strategist at Newedge Group. He offers his take on whether this economic recovery is sustainable into 2010.
Dubai Bailout a Sign of Worse Things to Come?
Dubai's bailout is a harbinger of worse things to come next year, says Enzio von Pfeil, CEO of EconomicClock.com. He explains to CNBC why he believes this poses an immense systemic risk.
Abu Dhabi to Gain from Dubai Crisis
Abu Dhabi is going to be the big winner in the aftermath of the Dubai debt crisis, thinks David Riedel, president & founder of Riedel Research Group. He tells CNBC that the emirate nation has been playing its cards pretty well so far.
More Problems May Emerge from the Baltics
There could be more problems emerging from the Baltics, warns David Riedel, president & founder of Riedel Research Group. He outlines the implications this may have on the global economy.
Bullish Outlook for China Seen
The RBA is bullish on the outlook on China, says David De Garis, senior economist at NAB Global Markets Research.
Continue to Buy on Dips in HK
Continue to buy into the Hong Kong market on dips from now till year-end, suggests Vicks Poon, head of investment advisory at Fubon Bank.
Shopping for Returns in Asia
The retail property sector will continue to do very well in Asia, believes Matthew Nacard, executive director & head of property research, Asia at Macquarie Securities.
Safe to Invest in China's Property Sector?
China's property sector is not in bubble territory, says Matthew Nacard, executive director & head of property research, Asia at Macquarie Securities. He tells CNBC how he is investing there.
Holding art will always be a tremendously valuable asset, says Jeff Rabin, principal at Artvest Partners. He tells CNBC how investors can draw profits from this space.
Banks holding assets above market value are zombie banks, says Len Blum, managing director at Westwood Capital.