Jason Pride

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We've had an OK week. Having a day when you just give back a little bit is not a bad thing.

But on the whole, the big backdrop is still a positive one in a positive direction.

You have a buildup of manufacturing capacity, of business capacity, a big buildup of debt. Those sort of things tend to end in a very difficult manner and bring about the recessions. We haven't really seen that now. What we're seeing right now is a buildup of confidence.

This market is supportive of equities because we're in an ongoing economic expansion. Earnings are improving. Valuations on the whole might be a little rich in the U.S., but the market can still see good returns even at these valuations.

This is more about central banks than anything else; there's a rising expectation of inflation as well as what seems to be a modest shift within central banks for a little bit steeper yield curve.

The faster they move towards notifying the EU they're leaving, the faster that sets the clock going on the time bomb.

I would not be surprised to see further downside in the case of leaving the U.K.

I think stocks on the whole are feeling that concern. They (were) pricing in none of the risk.

You've kind of got this story of we are still expanding but there is a litany of risks, or weak points, to the expansion that could easily become much larger very quickly. That is why the market is hanging on every word from every Fed speaker, every indication that oil prices are going up or going down.

The market probably got too ahead of itself in assessing a bad situation (earlier this year). There were some true fundamental underpinnings in the correction we saw. So any sort of complete rebound that gets to the point of missing the risks is probably incorrect. We think the market is probably being somewhat reasonable at this point. Now after rebounding it's probably where it should be.

We would argue that given the environment we're in, slower growth, risks in energy, some risks in credit, inconsistent growth from emerging markets, another correction or another market blip sometime this year should be unexpected.

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