Gross has suggested some short-term duration investment products since he believes economic growth may not reach the level of investor expectation.
In his investment outlook for April, Gross questioned whether Trump’s economic agenda could create a 3.0% growth in the economy.
Bill Gross believes that going forward, we may see a dovish Fed under the Trump presidency.
Investors generally invest in high-yield bonds (BND) when there are expectations for higher growth in the economy.
On Thursday, April 13, 2017, in an interview with CNBC’s Power Lunch, billionaire investor and bond guru Bill Gross discussed his view on the equity market.
Goldman Sachs (GS) believes the delay in policy reform might continue in the near future.
Goldman Sachs’s (GS) equity strategist said in a recent interview with CNBC that he believes the financial sector (XLF) (VFH) and the technology sector (XLK) show promise.
In a recent interview with CNBC, David Kostin, chief US equity strategist at Goldman Sachs (GS), shared his view on bond yields.
In an interview with CNBC, the chief US equity strategist at Goldman Sachs (GS), David Kostin, discussed his views on the market’s movement, valuations, earnings, inflation, and bond yields.
With long-term investments, investors shouldn’t be concerned about short-term macro events. As time passes, markets recover from their losses.
After the failure of the healthcare bill, investors’ eyes are on the phenomenal tax reform bill. Tax reforms could boost employment in the economy.
Bogle said that the bond market isn’t providing an attractive return in the current scenario. The stock market is expensive, but it’s less than bonds.
According to Jack Bogle, the market is fully valued, but not in a very risky way. He said that there’s a high expectation for earnings growth in 1Q17.
Various central banks in developed nations (EFA) have lowered their key interest rates close to the zero level to revive their economies.
Larry Fink shared his view on investment management strategy in a recent interview.
Larry Fink believes that the US economy is likely to post weak economic growth in 1Q17.
The uncertainty about policy reforms in the US (QQQ) (IWM) is a major concern for Larry Fink.
In a recent interview with CNBC, Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock (BLK), shared his views on market movement, the US economy, and the dangerous impact of the lower interest rates.
Cooperman thinks that Google isn’t expensive, and in a previous interview with CNBC, he stated that he’s expecting that Google’s earnings will rise.
Cooperman believes that this market rally reflects a government that is being run by a capitalist.