Paulsen Keen On European Stocks

While Europe has had more than its fair share of trouble in recent years, Wells Capital’s Jim Paulsen thinks European equities are a good bet right now.

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Rogoff: Jobs Market Closer To Capacity Than You Think

Harvard economist Kenneth Rogoff, known for his extensive research into financial crises, says the US labor market is closer to capacity than many people think.
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Top Bond Fund Manager Likes Stocks

Top bond investor Kathleen Gaffney thinks bonds are very risky, and has made stocks and cash a major part of her portfolios. 

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Rosenberg Still A Bull — For Now

David Rosenberg, the long-time bear who turned bullish fairly recently, says he’s getting frustrated with the US economy.

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Gundlach: Watch Out for 2020

Few market commentators can make forecasts that stretch five or six years out that are worth listening to. But bond guru Jeffrey Gundlach has the track record that makes his opinion notable — and he says that 2020 will be a time of turmoil.
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Dreman: Don’t Let The Fed Keep You Down

Contrarian guru David Dreman says the Federal Reserve has been playing a dangerous, unsuccessful game by keeping interest rates so low for so long. But he says there are ways for investors to cure the “easy money hangover.”
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Stiglitz: Rising Stocks A Symptom Of Weak Economy

Nobel Prize-winning Economist Joseph Stiglitz says the stock market’s continued rise is a sign of economic weakness, not a precursor to strong economic growth.

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