Jeffrey Saut - Raymond James & Associates

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Jeffrey Saut has been quoted 34 times in 24 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Jeffrey Saut’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Jeffrey Saut speaks about are S&P, Korea, and market, for example. Most recently, Jeffrey Saut was quoted in the article Wall Street bull warns a major pullback is near, and here’s what could spark it saying, “Twenty-nine percent of the S&P 500 stocks are actually down on the year. On the short-term, you can be cautious here.”.
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Aug 13 2017

In the long run, it's all about earnings, and earnings continue to come in as – I've been saying – better than people expect.feedback

Jul 21 2017 - Bull market

What's important is the directionality of earnings, and earnings are going up. We've transitioned from a interest rate-driven secular bull market to an earnings-driven secular bull market.feedback

Jul 03 2017

It is not always right, and is subject to interpretation, but it has been right far more than it has been wrong.feedback

May 23 2017

We're trading around 18 ½ times this year's earnings. If we do get corporate reform, Thomson (One) suggests that for every 1 point drop in the corporate tax rate, it hypothetically adds a $1.31 to those earnings.feedback

May 23 2017 - North Korea

People are still profoundly underinvested. Earnings are going to continue to surprise on the upside. I think the valuations are not all that skewed based on that earnings growth. I worry about geopolitical events. I worry about this missile test that went off over North Korea over the weekend. I have to say that's my biggest worry.feedback

Mar 26 2017 - Bull market

Secular bull markets tend to last 14, 15, 16 years. We're eight years into this one. It suggests there are years left to run. I would also note that we have transitioned in our opinion from an interest rate secular bull market where interest rates come down and price earnings multiples expand to an earnings driven secular bull market.feedback

Mar 09 2017

I'm still sticking with a cautious stance here given the upcoming budget ceiling. I've talked to a lot of people on the Hill the past few days, there's some things that have me nervous.feedback

Mar 02 2017

Folks, I have been in this business for over 46 years, and observing markets with my father for 54 years, and I have never experienced anything like what is currently happening. In the short term, we do not understand what is going on. Consequently, when we do not understand the current market environment, we tend not to play.feedback

Jan 20 2017

Dow 20,000 and the recent highs in the S&P 500 are just sitting there looking attractive, so this could very well be a case where the market rallies briefly, hits those targets, and then falls. So stay alert, because volatility may be about to welcome Donald Trump to the highest office in the land.feedback

Jan 20 2017

Our models do continue to show that weakness may be approaching in the short term, but stay flexible, because it seems 'the inauguration will be a top' theory has picked up steam across the investment landscape, and it would be SO like Mr. Market to surprise everyone by rising once again over the next few days.feedback

Jan 17 2017

Investor sentiment seems to have greatly picked up since the election, but it will be interesting to see how companies feel given the uncertainty that exists with all the policy speculation. If managers are mostly in 'wait and see' mode when it comes to future investments and strategic action, it could delay the impact Trump's and Congress's policies have on corporate earnings.feedback

Jan 13 2017

The new rule will force asset managers to cancel active management accounts and switch to passive management. This means investment banks will receive lower fees. The investing public is selling active and buying passive at a time when they should be doing the opposite.feedback

Dec 06 2016

Buying climaxes tend to happen in bull markets. And I continue to think we're in a secular bull market – and those typically last 14 or 15 years. We're just about 7½ years into this one, so I think we've got years left to go.feedback

Dec 06 2016

What it suggests is that the demand for stocks has waned in the short run, and it either causes the S&P to pause or to have an attempt at a pullback.feedback

Nov 18 2016

The pervasive negativity underlying the system was discovered everywhere you looked, from headlines, to sentiment surveys, to mutual fund flows, but the market refused to buckle under the pressure. Well, since the week of the election, the tide feels like it may finally be turning.feedback

Nov 14 2016

It would not surprise us to see some profit-taking in many of the stocks that experienced quick run-ups after the election, but long-term investors should likely leave the selling to the swing traders.feedback

Sep 28 2016 - Bull market

I think the U.S. stock market is transitioning from an interest rate secular-driven bull market to an earnings-driven bull market. I think that's going to become quite apparent as you go over the next 12 months.feedback

Mar 02 2016

The market got severely overbought yesterday. It would not be surprising to see stocks pull back a little bit here.feedback

Jan 26 2016

We're getting a rally here and it's not because of any particular event.feedback

Jan 26 2016

I think the market is just oversold on a near-term basis.feedback

Jan 07 2016 - Saudi Arabia

I don't know how to handicap the Saudi Arabia and Iran war, an H-bomb in Korea, so I am not doing anything right here.feedback

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