All posts tagged "bull market"
Jeremy Siegel: Tax Cuts to Boost Earnings
Commenting on the current state of the markets, Jeremy Siegel said the tax cuts, reductions in regulation and an increased economic growth rate are likely to lead to a continuation of the rally.
- Posted December 5, 2016
Ralph Acampora is Bullish
Ralph Acampora, the "godfather of technical analysis," provided his latest assessment of the market on CNBC today
- Posted October 25, 2016
Jeff Hirsch Sees Dow 38,000 Within 10 Years
Recently on CNBC Jeff Hirsch, editor of the Stock Trader's Almanac, predicted the Dow Jones Industrial Average would hit 38,000 in the next 10 years.
- Posted September 6, 2016
Tom Lee: Earnings Recession is Ending
Last week on CNBC, Thomas Lee, co-founder of Fundstrat Global Advisors, provided his current outlook for the markets.
- Posted August 18, 2016
Bullish Jeffrey Saut Sees Stock Market Transitioning
This morning Raymond James strategist Jeffrey Saut told CNBC viewers the stock market was transitioning to an earnings driven market.
- Posted August 11, 2016
James Paulsen Expects the Market to Hit New Highs
James Paulsen, Wells Capital Management, voiced his outlook for stocks and the economy on CNBC today. Paulsen said he sees economic growth prospects improving in the US.
- Posted July 7, 2016
Laszlo Birinyi Says S&P 500 Could Hit 3,200
Laszlo Birinyi was on CNBC this week providing a bullish forecast for stock prices.
- Posted August 5, 2015
2013 Performance Review
Given the dismal performance of the SMA Portfolio in 2013 I've contemplated abandoning the TTS, but believe it still has promise and will hopefully shine when normal market volatility reasserts itself.
- Posted June 30, 2014
Jim Paulsen Predicts Economic Growth Will Lead Market Higher
Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist of Wells Capital Management, presented a rosy economic growth forecast on CNBC this morning.
- Posted April 21, 2014
Jeremy Siegel Projects Dow to Hit 18,000
Jeremy Siegel, Wharton University professor of finance, told CNBC viewers that in low interest rate periods like today PE ratios were typically 18-19; below what we see today.
- Posted March 12, 2014