Your Money with Chuck Jaffe
Analyst: A pawnshop operator is a good buy07/29/14
Charles Rotblut, editor of AAII Journal made Cash America International (CSH) - the nation's largest operator of pawn shops - his "Buy of the Week." In an interview with Chuck Jaffe, Rotblut notes the company's low price/earnings ratio, rising...
Brazil: A good investment
Brazil has a lot more going for it than just this year's World Cup and the 2016 Olympics. Matthias Kuhlmey, head of global investment solutions at Hightower Advisors, makes the case for investing in Brazil. Matt Harris, Hightower's head of analytics,...
Got an ETF? Tom Lydon has advice for you
Tom Lydon from ETF Trends talks to Chuck Jaffe about AdvisorShares Accuvest Global Opportunities, and why you shouldn't confuse "active" with "better."
Non-GAAP accounting -- avoid investing
David Trainer, president of New Constructs Inc. - a Nashville-based research firm - tells Chuck Jaffe that when companies use "non-GAAP accounting" - reporting "pro forma" numbers that don't comply with generally accepted accounting principles -...
Consistency leads to successful investing
C. Thomas Howard, director of research at AthenaInvest and author of "Behavioral Portfolio Management," tells Chuck Jaffe investors can find a lot of ways to achieve investment success. But he insists one of the surest ways to failure is to jump...
Wall Street in the 'Danger Zone'
Martin Pring, president of Pring Research, tells Chuck Jaffe, the market is in a "danger zone." While it may go up another 10 or 15 percent, he wonders whether it "is going to be worth the risk of going down 20 or 30 percent."
Emerging markets funds -- what's the right area?
Jason Browne, chief investment officer at FundX Investment Group, tells Chuck Jaffe, emerging markets funds are starting to look better. But it's hard to find any one sector or area to invest in right now.
How does Dow 20,000 sound? It's on the way.
Seth Masters, chief investment officer at Bernstein Global Wealth Management, tells Chuck Jaffe the blue chips should more than meet that target by 2018.
Lamensdorf sees a market due for decline
Brad Lamensdorf at AdvisorShares Ranger Equity Bear ETF says the market is due for a stumble. He talks to Chuck Jaffe.
A platinum lining to the auto resurgence
Tom Lydon at ETF Trends tells Chuck Jaffe the resurgence in the auto industry makes platinum worth looking at right now, especially ETFS Physical Platinum Shares.
Zanger sees earnings challenges next few months
Dan Zanger of ChartPattern.com tells Chuck Jaffe that investors should brace for some challenges ahead.
Pursche still sees market pushing forward
Oliver Pursche at GMG Defensive Beta Fund tells Chuck Jaffe he sees more gains. He likes PepsiCo, McDonald's and Intel especially.
Heading into the Danger Zone -- NCR?
David Trainer at New Constructs tells Chuck Jaffe the ATM and kiosk maker may have some trouble this year.
Ready for a "much better growth environment"?
Markus Schomer at Pinebridge Investments tells Chuck Jaffe the second half of 2014 could actually be as strong as the first. Schomer sees a "much better growth environment."
Do good buys still exist for utility investors?
Roger Conrad at Conrad's Utility Investor says investors who claim the utility sector is overvalued are missing some good buys. He talks to Chuck Jaffe.
Investors need to look at 'manager cycles' too
Brian Andrew, chief investment officer at Cleary Gull, says investors should go beyond economic cycles when deciding whether to buy a fund. He talks to Chuck Jaffe.
Are investors far too complacent now?
Paul Atkinson at Aberdeen Asset Management says investors have become "confident." And he tells Chuck Jaffe, that may put them in a dangerous spot.
How an improving economy could hurt stocks
Smead Capital's Bill Smead says economic growth could lead to the end of the market's bullish run.
Burns: Industrials and tech prospects are strong
Scott Burns, director of exchange-traded fund research at Morningstar Inc., says that while the economic recovery is "a bit stalled right now," the prospects for industrial and technology companies remain sufficiently strong to make those sectors...
Peroni: Dow could be headed to 16,000
Technical analyst Gene Peroni Jr. of Advisors Asset Management in Conshohocken, Pa. says that his charts point to the market being in the "fifth or sixth inning" of a rally that could take the Dow Jones Industrial Average to 16,000. Hear his reasoning...
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