Wednesday’s rally helped recover some broad US equity losses, acting director of investment says.
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Morgan Stanley’s Wilson, who called the 2017 blowout and the 2018 letdown, sees more of the same for next year.
As benchmark 10-year Treasury finally rises over 3.2%, equity investors fear growth-choking interest rates are en route.
Bank’s strategist says ‘sugar high’ of American tax cuts will peter out, hurting domestic stocks.
Appaloosa chief warns that further tariffs in US-China clash could crimp the heady market.
When the market has been good before the ninth month, its poor rep doesn’t matter.
Value stocks are showing more life of late, which could signal a pullback, firm says.
Leuthold strategist fears hot economy will push up inflation, threatening advance.
LPL’s Lynch, impressed by the profit bonanza, thinks the bull market will extend into 2019.
While Wall Street proclaimed a new record on Wednesday, another view holds that the celebration must wait until 2021.
The Dow is up 4.6% since he took over, putting him in the middle for debut chairs.
This summer has produced a nice rally, and LPL says that portends a good run the rest of the year.
Polls, options, and the fear gauge all point in a sunny direction, for now.
With the Democrats likely to take over the House, legislative gridlock may have a Wall Street impact, study shows.
Upsetting events have a way of showing up this month and hurting stocks, LPL’s Detrick warns.