Jeremy Siegel: The Pfizer vaccine is a game-changer

University of Pennsylvania Wharton School professor Jeremy Siegel discusses stocks, the potential vaccine and what it will mean for markets and the U.S. economy. The stimulus is still a question, Siegel says. They can still play politics, but there are so many establishments we know of that are going to be hurting. Once you have a brighter future, which I think 2021 is, that is really powerful. Remember, we had a 40 percent increase in money supply, he adds. That liquidity is going to burst on to the market once people gain more confidence they can go out and do what they want to do.
Tue, Nov 10 20205:26 PM EST

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