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Goldman Sachs predicts rising prices for the commodity, which will be key for solar power and electric vehicles.
Strong equity markets helped index outperform benchmark 60/40 index.
Profitless companies with soaring stocks, like Pinterest and Snap, are flirting with trouble, the firm’s analysts say.
Virus jitters, higher growth and inflation, and a record-setting market will amp up the fear gauge, the bank warns.
A lot of the EV makers will go bust, paralleling many once-hot smartphone and airline outfits, says his Research Affiliates.
Their run is done, and staples are the better choice in the next market phase, says strategist Mike Smith.
Celebrated Allianz economist points to GameStop and hedge fund debacles as potential market torpedoes.
The young meme stock crowd will learn valuable lessons trading and their openness to disruption is a plus, the red-hot fund manager declares.
The Starwood chief, who has his own blank check fund, thinks amateurs are taking advantage of the fad, to investors’ detriment.
History shows it’s usually a good run, but not as strong, LPL’s Detrick says.
Goldman Sachs says the sector is a great investment going forward, as prices will keep rising, up 15.5% for the next 12 months.
Pension plans and other big investors favor the alpha-generating chops that equity strategies showed in the bull market, an Agecroft study shows.
Small yields, high prices, and too much supply spell trouble, hedge fund chief warns.
This noted market pessimist said in January that some shares would thrive, despite a popped bubble.