Near-term volatility is creating attractive entry points: Krumpelman

CNBC's Kelly Evans discusses how markets are trading and why it may be a stock picker's market with Jeff Krumpelman of Mariner Wealth Advisors and Katerina Simonetti of Morgan Stanley. We don't follow the herd often, says Krumpelman. Our message has been pretty consistent: Hold your ground, don't sell, but I think you need near-term caution and should expect heightened volatility. Longer term – the next 12 to 15 months – we are positive. We're very balanced with both growth and value, he adds.
Tue, Nov 17 20201:16 PM EST

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