BofA Survey: Global Fund Managers Dodge FOMO
The latest Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey of global fund managers reflects recession fears easing as U.S. equity markets continue to hit new record highs.
Protracted Downturn or "Muddle-Through...
AB Market Strategist, Richard Brink, shares insights about the opportunities and challenges on the horizon for capital markets. It's late(r) in the cycle - What's next for investors?
FOMC Cuts Fed Funds Rate Another Quarter...
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, visits Bloomberg TV to discuss his outlook following the Fed’s third rate cut of 2019.
Interest Rates Explore Green at SF Fed...
The Federal Reserve is taking a closer look at the economic impacts of climate change and how to quantify climate risk. The San Francisco Fed gathers to discuss 'The Economics of Climate Change,' while the concept of a “green" or "natural" interest rate is an idea that will be presented.
IPO Snapshot 2019
The recent stumble in the IPO market led to several private companies hitting the “pause” button. Amid earnings reports and lock-up expirations of this year’s major debuts - 2019 may turn out to be the year that came in with a roar and went out with a sigh.
Europe’s economy and the Brexit effect
How is the European Union’s economy weathering the uncertainty over Brexit? London-based economist Robert Lind identifies the issues both European and British companies are facing and touches on the political undercurrents that are complicating a swift resolution.
The ETF Show - White Swans vs. Black Swans
Record highs across the major equity averages 10 years into a bull market may raise concerns about risk. Kevin O'Leary, chairman of O’Shares Investments provides insight into his ETF investment philosophy and explains why he focuses on quality and diversification. Christian Magoon, founder...
U.S. Stock Markets During Election Years
In less than a year, Americans will head to the polls to vote in the 2020 presidential election. It's no secret that election years can bring uncertainty but what can historical stock market patterns tell us about the U.S. equity markets?
Shilling: Consumers Aside - US Economy in...
Gary Shilling, economist and President of A. Gary Shilling & Co., examines the economic and investment landscape as we head into year-end. Ahead of an election year in the U.S. the headwinds and tailwinds are scrutinized with a look at the American consumer and a quick glance at century bonds.
Market Seasonality: Santa Claus Rally on...
U.S. equity markets are pushing higher after the latest risk events. Will we see a Santa Claus rally or just another lump on coal at the end of 2019? Monetary policy, economic outlook and earnings reports are supporting new record highs.
Strategic Municipal Income Fund | Columbia...
Columbia Strategic Municipal Income Fund has the flexibility to take advantage of interest rate changes and credit cycles—designed for opportunistic investing. Find out how a flexible approach to interest rates and credit may help to generate tax-exempt income — throughout all markets. For more videos from Columbia Threadneedle Investments: ww.youtube.com/ctinvest_us To learn more about...
Kevin O'Leary Opposes Big Tech...
Kevin O'Leary, the owner and chairman of O'Leary Ventures, considers the risks of overregulation with Big Tech and social media. O'Leary discusses how too much regulation of the major technology companies would weigh on innovation and hamper growth of startup companies that enhance and support social media platforms.
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The Fed Cuts Interest Rates Again!
Invesco Chief Global Market Strategist Kristina Hooper joins to discuss what the Fed's third rate cut this year means for markets. She says Fed Chair Jay Powell's speech also indicates that there will likely be a high hurdle to raise rates.
Strong Jobs Report Beats Expectations
The U.S. added 128,000 jobs in October, beating expectations by a long shot, despite the GM strike. The strong report supports the Fed's messaging at the economy is in a good place.
IPO Outlook: Unicorns Tread Water
The IPO market in 2019 is turning out to be a bumpy ride. There are several highly anticipated offerings but the timing for some major IPOs remains uncertain. 2020 may see several unicorns mark their debut or it may turn out to be safer on the sidelines.
1st Public Human Spaceflight Company Now...
Virgin Galactic just became the first and only publicly listed human spaceflight company. You’ll find it trading on the New York Stock Exchange, under the ticker SPCE. The company is partnering with Land Rover, Under Armor and Boeing, and says it has 600 Future Astronaut customers from 60 countries.
The ETF Show: Value ETFs vs. Growth ETFs...
David Mazza, Managing Director and Head of Product at Direxion, discusses value vs. growth ETFs. David LaValle, CEO of Alerian, also weighs in on energy infrastructure.