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Stocks have been rooted in better fundamentals of growth around the world. That's been true through the Brexit vote, through the U.S. election, through the shift in central bank policies – even the North Korea risks. Stocks have remained anchored in better growth prospects. That is a fantastic environment for investors.feedback
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Nov 16 2017
Jeff Kleintop has most recently been quoted in an article called Wall Street slips on healthcare, North Korea, earnings angst. Jeff Kleintop said, “It's like investors are waiting for something. Maybe they're waiting to see what earnings are like.”. Jeff Kleintop has been quoted a grand total of 34 times in 20 articles.
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May 08 2017 - China

I'm more concerned about the risks stemming from a China slowdown. Some of this might be some warning signs that China could be the next thing that would throw the market a curve ball. The government has slowed down on infrastructure spending, thinking private sector spending would pick up and offset it. I'm just worried rising interest rates, tighter conditions and some new down payment requirements could nip that in the bud.feedback

Jan 25 2017

Individual investors have started buying again, really since the election. A psychological number like 20,000 helps to continue that trend, helps to bring in investors that have been sitting in cash, and it really helps to keep the money flow coming in. We see this as a positive year, largely because of the individual investor and not just corporations buying back stock any more. I think this really has been more about cyclical upturn in the U.S. economy irrespective of Trump.feedback

Oct 17 2016

Elections are emotional, investing is emotional; we've got the combination here that can lead some investors to the propensity to make a mistake.feedback

Oct 17 2016

It's been two years since we've seen any earnings growth, valuations are slightly above average – I think we're more vulnerable than we've been in a while.feedback

Sep 30 2016

We've probably seen a lot of the gains we'll get this year, and we'll see more ups and downs that will define the fourth quarter more than a passing of one direction or the other.feedback

Sep 29 2016

Given the global backdrop, there's just no way to get that kind of sales growth for that type of bottom line.feedback

Sep 29 2016

For October, I think the big one is going to be earnings. We're at the point where the gap between expectations and actual earnings is the widest it's been since 2009.feedback

Sep 29 2016 - Bear market

I don't think there's going to be a big bear market, because there's other supporting factors. I do think we could see a run of volatility.feedback

Sep 02 2016

This is probably comforting to the market.feedback

Sep 02 2016

We had a jobs report slightly below expectations, but that was after two months of higher-than-expected jobs growth. The dollar is up, supporting this view. ... Some of the financial stocks are also pointing in that direction.feedback

Sep 02 2016

We had a couple above numbers in the last two months. This is a below-average number.feedback

Aug 31 2016

I think it's potentially a turning point for volatility. Volatility was very low over the course of the summer.feedback

Jul 13 2016

The next investing megatrend, may be the adoption of middle-class lifestyles on a global scale with huge implications for global providers of goods and services.feedback

Jul 13 2016

International exposure offers increased diversification that can help buffer your portfolio against market downturns.feedback

Jun 29 2016 - Federal Reserve

When I look back at some of these prior shocks we didn't see huge down days. We saw slow movement, as people assessed the outlook. The big drops tend to come on the first day. There's usually a 3 to 6 percent drop on the first day. Then on average, markets were down 11 to 16 percent. Stocks tended to bottom over two to three months, but they were actually back to their pre-shock level about four months later.feedback

Jun 29 2016 - Federal Reserve

I'm thinking maybe that's the base case.feedback

Jun 29 2016 - Federal Reserve

It's hard for me to see the whole ramifications of what's going to happen in the next two years have been priced into two days. We'll likely get days like this (Tuesday), followed by days on the downside. This is not a financial crisis. It's a political one. He was watching to make sure it did not turn into a financial event.feedback

Jun 24 2016

This is not a shock that can be solved by central banks. This is more of a political [issue] and one that is more to be solved by politicians.feedback

Jan 04 2016

Over the last year, we've seen a number of these sharp daily moves in the markets tied to geopolitics that only lasted a day.feedback

Jan 04 2016

Today's move is probably more about drama than data, since the data has actually been holding up OK.feedback

Apr 27 2010

Clearly Wall Street needs regulation and better regulation than we had in place, and more empowered regulators, but I'm not sure that what we are seeing today in terms of proposals are going to get us to that endgame.feedback

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