Jeremy J. Siegel

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If you say, how many points did the market move today, you're talking about the Dow. But it's a crazy way to measure the market.feedback
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Aug 12 2017
The latest quote from Jeremy J. Siegel is: “You can't put a $1,000 stock in it. You can't put a stock like Amazon in it without all kinds of adjustments because its price is too high and it will change the index too much.”. It comes from the Why the Dow Isn’t Really the Stock Market - The New York Times article. You’ll find on this page 18 articles with Jeremy J. Siegel quoted on topics such as Dow, S&P and market. Jeremy J. Siegel has been quoted 36 times in 18 articles.
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Apr 29 2017

We are not in that world. We are in a low interest rate world. We shouldn't use a 10-year lagging average now, especially with the growth that we're seeing.feedback

Apr 28 2017

I actually think we have a Goldilocks situation going on now. But much more important than that is the maintained or upward guidance for second, third and fourth quarter – something we've not had for years. It's been stunning how year estimates have come way down by the time we get to December. Now, anything can happen. We're only in April – but it's the first time that I have seen forward guidance maintained or increased since we turned around from the great crisis back in 2009.feedback

Mar 01 2017 - American politics

It was very much more Republican than just Trump. And I've been saying since the beginning, if he goes Republican agenda, that's 22,000 on the Dow.feedback

Feb 27 2017

We should expect a pause and maybe a bit of a consolation, as we say, before the next run.feedback

Feb 27 2017

I think 22,000 is what is justified if we get … lower corporate taxes and lower regulation.feedback

Feb 15 2017 - Ukraine Crisis

I think the biggest risk to the rally is that we're going to see a protectionist movement … throwing tariffs on, and then retaliation [from abroad]. It has to be recognized as a risk to the market. If [Russian President Vladimir Putin] makes some moves toward the Baltic states or more aggressively in Ukraine, … if China makes some moves, you know, Trump is more unpredictable. And that unpredictability is a negative for the market.feedback

Feb 15 2017

That in and of itself, I think, is worth, certainly, as I said, 22,000 on the Dow, or maybe even higher. Whether it's going to get there or not is that lingering fear on those negatives that accompany the Trump presidency.feedback

Jan 25 2017

Don't be afraid to get in the market. No one can be sure what's going on short term, but I think there are definitely values here for long-term investors.feedback

Jan 25 2017

I don't think we're going to get to 21,000 as fast as we went from 19,000 to 20,000. It's going to take a quarter.feedback

Jan 25 2017

That is a risk out there. Probably if we knew for sure he wasn't going that way, the market would be even higher than it is.feedback

Dec 28 2016

I think stocks represent really good long-term values now.feedback

Dec 28 2016

Once it drops 20 percent, these guys are never going back in. You know, Oh my god, look, the market's falling apart, I'm not going back in.feedback

Dec 15 2016

The bullish trends are still in place, definitely.feedback

Dec 15 2016

We are at a rich multiple on earnings. So we got to have those earnings come in, I think, for it to move for the next 1,000.feedback

Dec 01 2016 - Trump administration

This looks like the early stages of a good equity move. Actually on Trump's appointments yesterday, if it weren't for bond yields going up. I think we would be up 200 to 300 points on the Dow. I thought that was extremely reassuring and sets up a very good tempo and setting for the rest of this year and into the early months of the Trump administration.feedback

Dec 01 2016

Is it possible that we get another 5 percent in the month of December? Most definitely. That would probably get us to Dow 20,000 and 2,300 on the S&P. I don't see the market stopping where we are right here.feedback

Nov 22 2016

I never thought the short run would be six hours long. I thought it would last at least a week or so.feedback

Nov 22 2016

When you have all the smalls stocks, large stocks, even tech stocks – which we know have had some challenges – joining with it, I don't think this is something that ends tomorrow. I think it continues through December.feedback

Nov 22 2016

Overall if [Trump's] economic policies, if any of it comes out to be true, I think we're set up for a great rally as we move forward.feedback

Aug 10 2016

We'll get over 19,000, that isn't much from now [and] it could reach near 20,000 if we get a meaningful acceleration in GDP and earnings growth, [along with] getting oil back towards $50 to $55. That would revive the energy sector, which has been a big drain on earnings.feedback

Aug 10 2016

I don't think there's going to be that much deviation between the S&P, the Dow and the Nasdaq, [with] the Nasdaq [being] more tech heavy, [and] the tech sector has been doing well. That's really where the only real growth tends to be, but I think all of them are going to be up less than 10 percent this year unless we get a meaningful acceleration in the second half of the year.feedback

Aug 10 2016

I think we need an earnings acceleration If we really want to get this market moving. But in the presence of a 1.5 percent 10-year [Treasury note yield], low rates, the Fed [giving] at most one increase [this year] and the dividend yield on the stock market being over 2 percent, people are saying, Hey, it's not bad being here.feedback

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