Last quote by Ben Pace
The question is, can we sustain the better economy regardless of the policies? A lot of the run-up in the equity market was unwarranted by the economic [reports], as opposed to just changing of policy.
Jan 23 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Ben Pace is associated, including Fed, U.S., and dollar. Most recently, Ben Pace has been quoted saying: “If the dollar is stronger because of U.S. economic growth getting better … it could get offset by topline and bottom line earnings growth.” in the article Where some investors see the next snag for the stock market. An other article where Ben Pace has been quoted is Winners and losers in the quiet market.
Quotes by Ben Pace
Nov 23 2016
If the dollar is stronger because of U.S. economic growth getting better … it could get offset by topline and bottom line earnings growth.
Sep 02 2016
Perhaps there'll be more opportunity to beat the benchmark than there has been in the last seven years.
Sep 02 2016
This has been such a 'risk-on, risk off' [market] for the last five, six, seven years that it has frustrated active managers. Maybe we're in a position now where there's separation, the stronger from the weaker.
Aug 23 2016
You always worry about valuations, overpricing, but there might be a premium for what some of the disruptors may provide in an overall slow growth environment.
Mar 31 2016
I think it's a combination of dovishness out of the Fed and ... no sign of a U.S. recession.
Mar 08 2016
I think a little bit of profit-taking after the run-up that we've seen. We're in a bit of a news vacuum this week. Earnings are all done. China trade data was shockingly bad. ... The question keeps coming out. How bad is the slowdown in China?
Mar 08 2016
Oil prices have picked up a lot ... We seem to have found some relief from that.
Feb 01 2016
The fact that markets are coming up (from lows) with oil coming down even more this morning is somewhat unusual. I think what people are keying into now is continued incremental easing around global central banks, even incremental easing by the Fed...almost to the point that weak economic statistics, if they're not shockingly weak, could mean the Fed (will not) tighten as much.
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