'We’re in for some rough sledding'—Watch five Wall Street experts explain where stocks are headed

U.S. markets fell amid poor retail sales in nine years and U.S.-China trade concerns. Stifel Fixed Income's Lindsey Piegza, Raymond James' Jeff Saut, Fiduciary Trust Company's Hans Olsen, The Leuthold Group's Doug Ramsey and Aperture Investors' Peter Kraus caution it could turn if the Fed decides to raise rates. Here's where they say the market could go.
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Thu, Feb 14 201912:18 PM EST
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