Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller says US stocks are among the most overpriced in the world. But he’s not ditching American equities altogether.
Billionaire investor Ron Baron has a message for those who are trying to predict how day-to-day news will impact the stock market: Stop.
If you’ve been listening to the financial media in recent months, you’ve probably gotten the idea that the interest rate hikes that seem to be on the horizon spell big-time trouble for stocks. But in his latest column for Globe and Mail, Validea CEO John P. Reese says the reality is far more complicated than that.
A closely fought “tug-of-war” between bulls and bears has kept stocks trading in a tight range this year, and Charles Schwab strategists think the battle could continue for a while longer.
Bond guru Bill Gross says that, once the global flood of quantitative easing ends, we could be in for another liquidity crisis.
Top value strategist Leon Cooperman says that, while stocks are not cheap, the factors that would cause a bear market are “just not present” right now.
It continues to seem likely that the Federal Reserve will start raising interest rates later this year, which has some investors thinking bank stocks are a good bet. But be careful when it comes to the interest rate/bank stock relationship, Validea CEO John P. Reese says.