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LATEST EXPERT OPINIONS

LATEST GENERAL MARKET COMMENTS

Paraphrasing Rick Stuchberry

Market.  This consolidation is a re-pricing consolidation.  It is premised on the bond market being much bigger than the stock market and people are watching it.  People are focused on 3%.  The market is grinding because there is a re-pricing going on. ...Read More

Paraphrasing Rick Stuchberry

Sectors to invest in.  So many tech stocks can do 20%+ growth.  See top picks.  You can feel comfortable with larger firms.  There are no headwinds to speak of.  Make sure you have some growth. 

Paraphrasing Larry Berman CFA, CMT, CTA

Market.  The 10 year yield in the US is up to 3%.  Friday the anxiety in the US on the rising yield reduced.  There was a lot of coverage of the yield curve last week.  Everyone is concerned.  Long rates are going to go higher here and the curve will...Read More

Paraphrasing Larry Berman CFA, CMT, CTA

ETF providers have monthly income funds.  They are an ETF of ETFs.  They are focused on yield and higher dividends.  ZMI-T is an example.  It is 61 basis points cost.  It is global and managed by a portfolio manager. 

Paraphrasing Larry Berman CFA, CMT, CTA

Educational Segment.  Digital Currency.  In Sweden in the 1660s they were the first to issue paper currency.  They are likely to be the first in the world to issue crypto currencies – a foreign, crypto backed digital currency.  He thinks central banks...Read More

Paraphrasing Barry Schwartz

The 10-year US yield at 3% doesn't mean very much. Would his clients accept US t-bonds at this rate? No. But as yields rise, it would make US stocks slightly less attactive. He's not selling stocks to buy more bonds, but pleased to receive slightly higher...Read More