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Revlon is in the 'Danger Zone'
David Trainer, president of New Constructs tells Chuck Jaffe that many people think Revlon is " attractive and good because it's up about 30 percent this year," and that even if things weren't rosy, they believe company chairman Ron Perelman would...
A small-cap 'Buy of the Week'
Charles Rotblut made time-share and resort operator Interval Leisure Group his "Buy of the Week" on "MoneyLife with Chuck Jaffe." Rotblut calls for a potential return of 15 percent over the next year. He describes the small-cap company as "a numbers...
A fairly valued market may mean gains in 2015
James Evans, portfolio manager for the Thompson Funds, says the market is fairly valued and he expects somewhat muted gains for 2015. He tells Chuck Jaffe, MarketWatch senior columnist, investors "will probably get roughly the earnings appreciation of...
Medtronic is the 'Sell of the Week'
Charles Rotblut, editor of AAII Journal, made Medtronic his "Sell of the Week" on MoneyLife with Chuck Jaffe, noting that the medical-device maker is roughly 35 percent above its fair value. In addition he says a corporate inversion - where Medtronic...
Expect muted returns until fundamentals catch up
Jack Ablin, chief investment strategist at BMO Private Bank tells Chuck Jaffe, MarketWatch senior columnist, that "markets can become victims of their own success." He suggests that has happened with the current market. Ablin says at some point, we...
Defensive strength signals a wary market
D.R. Barton, editor of the Stealth Profits Trader newsletter, tells Chuck Jaffe, the stock market has rotated to where defensive sectors like health care and consumer staples have reached new highs. He says' "if defensive sectors are leading us,...
Wall Street has more upside room
Scott Wren, senior equity strategist at Wells Fargo Advisors, said in an interview with Chuck Jaffe, MarketWatch senior columnist, that "the market still has some more upside here." He says it may not be a great deal of upside - but he thinks the...
A former "Buy of the Week" turns into a "Sell."
Charles Rotblut, editor of AAII Journal, says Skyworks Solutions has run up enough that investors should consider profit-taking, just as he has. He made the stock his "Sell of the Week" on "MoneyLife with Chuck Jaffe." Rotblut had previously made...
There are values to be had on Wall Street
Bernie Horn, manager of the Polaris Global Value fund, tells MarketWatch senior columnist, Chuck Jaffe, there are plenty of value-priced stocks available now. He says value stocks have increased dramatically, because even though the averages came down...
More new highs before a correction
Jim Welsh, portfolio manager at Forward Investing, says it's "unknowable at this stage exactly how healthy the market will appear if indeed we make new highs." In an interview on MoneyLife with Chuck Jaffe, MarketWatch senior columnist, Welsh says...
Investors would do well to avoid Europe, for now
Tom Lydon, editor of ETF Trends, warns Eurozone financial stocks have been troubled over bank stress tests trying to determine which institutions could weather another financial crisis. So he suggests investors sell iShares MSCI Europe Financials. In...
Another stock enters the "Danger Zone"
David Trainer, president of New Constructs, says MarineMax is severely overvalued. In a "DangerZone" interview on "MoneyLife with Chuck Jaffe," Trainer says he expects the company to miss earnings in the near future, at which point investors will see...
Jack Bogle: The benefits of index funds
Jack Bogle, founder of the Vanguard Group, returns for the second part of his discussion with Chuck Jaffe, MarketWatch senior columnist. He talks about the beginning of the Vanguard Group 40 years ago. He also sings the virtues of index funds.
Jack Bogle: Ignore market headlines
Jack Bogle, founder of Vanguard, the world's largest mutual fund company, tells Chuck Jaffe that investors would be better served by tuning out the daily market moves than by trying to figure out what the headlines are telling them to do next.
It's OK for investors to do nothing right now
Josh Peters, editor of the Morningstar Dividend Investor newsletter, tells Chuck Jaffe the market's recent downward pressure has mostly been "a reminder that stocks can be volatile." But he adds any weakness hasn't been a trigger where a value...
Nowhere near the needed correction
Tim Vick, senior portfolio manager for Naples Trust Co., tells Chuck Jaffe, that while any correction can be a buying opportunity, the recent volatility has not yet turned on the green light for many stocks. He says, "there's a lot of things that have...
Netflix has more room to the downside
Charles Rotblut, editor of AAII journal, makes Netflix his "Sell of the Week": on MoneyLife with Chuck Jaffe. He says recent declines are close to telling the whole story on the company's valuation problems. Rotblut says he could easily see the stock...
A lot of complacency among investors
Charles Biderman, president of Trim Tabs Investment Research says investors are showing tremendous complacency in the wake of the market's recent volatility. He warns Chuck Jaffe, with a market that has been down as much as this one and individual...
The problem with target-date funds
Retirement Weekly's Robert Powell and Chuck Jaffe discuss how new data from leading market researcher Rob Arnott turns conventional wisdom about retirement savings upside-down. It could be enough to get some people to give up target-date funds.
This week's ETF: A two-time winner
Tom Lydon, editor of ETF Trends, says investors should pay attention to the changing rules the Securities and Exchange Commission has put in place to govern money-market funds. He says that should get investors to look into diversification for their...
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