Last quote by Doug Cote
The tax cuts are going to promote business investment across all industries, and the business investment is largely going to be in technology.
Mar 03 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 Doug Cote is associated, including China and Federal Reserve. Most recently, Doug Cote has been quoted saying: “The tax cuts are going to promote business investment across all industries, and the business investment is largely going to be in technology.” in the article Investors bet Trump-fueled tech rally far from over.
Quotes by Doug Cote
Aug 08 2016
The market is still digesting a blockbuster payroll number and I think a lot of things are in motion right now to assess whether the Fed raises earlier than thought. It certainly won't be September, but it could possibly be December.
Jun 24 2016
What I see going to happen is the Federal Reserve will not raise rates in 2016, that is off the table and a market positive. If you have cash on the sidelines it could be a buying opportunity but I wouldn't be changing (bonds-stocks) allocations right now. He expects other major central bank's policies to also give the market support.
May 06 2016
The payroll report was disappointing but what it does is raises concerns with negative corporate earnings whether companies will continue to hire.
Feb 18 2016
Oil, China and central banks are our key uncertainties and a lot of that has been mitigated in recent days but we still need corporate earnings (growth).
Jan 29 2016
I think investors were concerned about missing a rally driven by reduced uncertainty about oil, China and central banks.
Jan 15 2016
I think some of that was overselling. Still, (about) 4 points is pretty serious. I think going into the close I think things could possibly get better.
Jan 15 2016
This seems overdone, (but) oil under $3 raises a lot of concern about the impact to not only energy but also the banks and their exposure.
Jan 12 2016
(This morning was) a relief rally on China's ability to stabilize their own markets and I believe China-inspired volatility will continue in 2016 because what they need to do is move to a freer market and they're having trouble letting go.
Jan 12 2016
You can't both do reform and maintain a 6.5 percent growth rate at the same time. ... The feedback loop is slowing global growth. That's one of the implications of low oil.
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