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One Man’s Opinion: Will Reallocation To US Equities From Europe And Asia Drive Valuations?

The S&P 500 index is likely to hit 2250 by the end of the year though it may seem too bullish right now, said Julian Emanuel, US equity and derivatives strategist at UBS. There has not been a bear market … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: Is The Time Ripe To Bottom-Fish Or Re-Enter The Equity Markets?

The latest rebound in US equities is probably too early to do a victory lap though there’s no denying that valuations have improved pretty dramatically in the last couple of weeks, said David Lafferty, Chief Market Strategist at Natixis Global … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: Will US Equities Rise As The Budget Deficit Shrinks?

The Federal Reserve balance sheet has nearly tripled in size to $3 trillion over the last few years, which is a cause for concern, says David Kelly, chief market strategist at JP Morgan Funds. The US Fed has loaded up … Continue reading

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