Your Money with Chuck Jaffe
The small cap decline is near an end10/10/14
Tom Lydon, editor of ETF Trends, made the iShares Russell 2000 his "ETF of the Week" in an interview with Chuck Jaffe. But Lydon also notes the fund isn't quite ready to buy yet, sitting about three percent below its 200-day moving average. That said,...
The Fed will get going on rates in 2015
Kevin Mahn, president and chief investment officer at Hennion & Walsh, says he expects the Federal Reserve to wait until the middle of 2015 before hiking interest rates. But he also tells Chuck Jaffe, he then believes there will be at least nine rate...
Signs point to a painful downturn.
Doug Ramsey, chief investment officer at The Leuthold Group, tells Chuck Jaffe, that he sees the market headed for a downturn that's "going to be pretty painful." Ramsey is talking about a drop of 10 to 12 percent on the S&P 500. He notes that the...
No correction as the Fed loses control
Louis Navellier, president of the Navellier Funds, tells MarketWatch Senior Columnist Chuck Jaffe that "We're not going to have a correction." Navellier says, "the Fed has lost control" and that the continuing low interest rate environment will spur a...
Junk bonds are poised for a rebound
Tom Lydon, editor of ETF Trends, says that while junk bonds have suffered in recent weeks, the yields and market conditions have them poised for a rebound. That is why he makes the SPDR Barclays High Yield Bond ETF his "ETF of the Week." In an...
Not far for Wall Street to fall
Manny Weintraub of Integre Advisors says nervous investors have reason for concern, but should not be over-reacting just because they expect the worst. In an interview with Chuck Jaffe, Weintraub says, "There's volatility in the market but...there's...
Don't fight the Fed or other central banks either
Scott Colyer, chief investment officer at Advisors Asset Management, tells Chuck Jaffe, "don't fight the Fed" should apply to foreign central banks as well. With that in mind, he says investors should tilt their allocation towards more international...
Is a correction in the works?
Investors - both professional and individual - can't agree on whether the stock market is overdue for a correction or if it can hold off any significant downturn indefinitely. As we find out in Your Money with Chuck Jaffe, that disagreement sometimes...
Don't ignore Wall Street's warts
Les Nanberg of Cornerstone Wealth Management says while the market has several warts for investors to worry about, "People don't seem to be concerned about things." He tells Chuck Jaffe that is troubling at a time when he thinks investors should take...
No reason to toast Constellation Brands
David Trainer, president of New Constructs says Constellation Brands has been using acquisitions to "disguise poor underlying economics." He tells Chuck Jaffe stock in the adult beverage maker is likely to drop to $50 per share with an earnings miss...
Sierra Wireless is in the "Danger Zone"
David Trainer, president of New Constructs, says expectations for Sierra Wireless are high, but bullish supporters of the company are overlooking a balance sheet that's "misleading." He tells Chuck Jaffe it reflects one-time items like profits from...
Value falls out of favor
Brian Frank, manager of the Frank Value Fund, says when it comes to value investing, the last 12 months "have been probably the toughest 12 months" he has ever seen, relative to the market. Frank tells Chuck Jaffe, the last time value was so out of...
Alibaba sparks interest in a certain ETF
Tom Lydon, editor of ETF Trends, says a great growth story spurred by the addition of Alibaba - one of the most anticipated internet IPOs since Facebook - makes KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF worth consideration for investors looking to expand...
Bob Evans Farms is in the 'Danger Zone'
David Trainer, president of New Constructs, tells Chuck Jaffe attempts to revive Bob Evans Farms have not worked. He adds while the company has been buoyed by an activist shareholder taking a stronger role on the board, there's no reason to expect a...
Time to put some cash into Brazil
Tom Lydon, editor of ETF Trends, says investors should have a piece of their portfolio dedicated to emerging markets, but if they want to goose their performance in that realm, they should tilt towards Brazil. So, he makes the iShares MSCI Brazil...
The sell of the week: Intuit
Accounting changes and projected revenue declines have Charles Rotblut, editor of AAII Journal, looking at Intuit as being "significantly overvalued." He made the company his "Sell of the Week" in an interview with Chuck Jaffe, noting the stock is...
The buy of the week: Foot Locker
Charles Rotblut, editor of AAII Journal, says strong revenue and same-store sales growth, plus improved profit margins, have Foot Locker shares looking undervalued, even as analysts have been raising expectations and price targets on the stock. He...
Long view on stocks is positive
Leo Kelly of HighTower Advisors' Kelly Wealth Management finds value for the risks of investing overseas as well.
Is Amazon's profitability a shell game?
The cash-flows at Amazon are so misleading, they're dangerous, says David Trainer, New Constructs Inc.
Bulls in no danger of running off a cliff
"When things are so good for so long, it's easy to get nervous that something bad is about to happen," says Patrick O'Hare, the chief market analyst at Briefing.com. But he tells Chuck Jaffe that even when stocks do fall, they won't go far.
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