Bill Stone


Last quote by Bill Stone

Why did they sell off? I think financials have been on fire, they've been the best-performing sector over the past 30 days so I think there's a bit of 'sell on the news' since we've enjoyed all before the
share this quote
Oct 13 2017
The latest quote from Bill Stone is: “Part of it came to me watching Warren Buffett on CNBC [Tuesday] really talking about the fact that interest rates matter for valuing stocks. That gets you to about a 30 percent upside, believe it or not, for stocks.”. It comes from the Stocks are cheap and could rally 32 percent next year - here's the chart that shows why article. You’ll find on this page 16 articles with Bill Stone quoted on topics such as S&P and Federal Reserve. Bill Stone has been quoted 28 times in 16 articles.
Automatically powered by Storyzy
Take our quote verification challenge and find out !

Bill Stone quotes

Mar 27 2017

I believe you can argue that there were actually fundamental underpinnings to this move in the market. It wasn't just some euphoria or expectation of tax cuts. That's part of it. I can't tell you how

Mar 27 2017

I don't think [stocks] will give up the full 10 percent. ... I don't think this moves us back to correction territory. Are we overdue for a sell-off? Heck yeah, but I think you look at it as an opportunity to buy. It's not something to run away

Jan 21 2017

A lot of it has to do with how strong things were. When you look at the really strong areas – financials, energy, small caps – they went on a tear

Jan 21 2017 - Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve is likely going to hike we think twice, but you know they talk about three times. All the better frankly for the financials anyway. And, valuations are not aligned despite that big run and I think you see the same thing about

Jan 21 2017

About 75 percent of the time you actually see the market down in February after a new president takes over, and it's on average down about four

Jan 21 2017 - Oil

I know on the surface energy looks expensive, but that's really because oil prices got destroyed. So, if we get some better oil prices certainly their profits will come around so their P/Es won't look nearly as

Jan 21 2017

Over the past month now, they are down a

Jan 21 2017

The market is typically up though about seven percent in the first year of a new president. Longer-term I think you can still feel pretty

Dec 07 2016

I think they are in a good place because if you think about it, they have been poor performers until ... recently. The yield curve has gotten really steep and may in fact get steeper. You have the opportunity, hopefully if the economy continues to strengthen, [for] some loan growth. So, I think that has a good

Dec 07 2016

We're looking for a mid-single-digit earnings growth rate next year for the S&P 500. The Street is probably roughly double or a little more than

Nov 15 2016

We're only 16 times 2017 earnings, so I would say there's still room. Stocks haven't valued themselves where rates

Nov 15 2016

I think most people had expected interest rates to move up over time, but this obviously is a little quicker than most expected. You've seen the fallout in the market with interest rate sensitive stocks getting hit very hard, and on the other side, stocks like the financials are having a

Nov 15 2016

History would say after an election you typically do have some pretty good

Oct 24 2016

I hope what the market's signaling or finding out [is the] earnings recession doesn't exist or never really

Jul 15 2016

I'm interested, like a lot of people, in hearing a lot of the details. I think you'll start to see some reaction to the election if we hear more on the platform and on specific areas … I think it could reverberate across some

Jun 27 2016

Any time you can buy on dips when you don't think the world really is going to come to an end, I think is what you should at least start

No quotes...
More Bill Stone quotes
|< <
> >|

Quotes by Bill Stone

Quote Verifier
Check if the quote you read on social networks is authentic
This webpage has been created by a robot: errors and absent quotes cannot be totally avoided

Quote :

Mistake :

Comments :