Last quote by Jonathan Gold
Given the administration's pro-growth agenda – most notably around deregulation and taxes – it's understandable that investors attribute the postelection rally to President Trump. Optimism toward a more business-friendly Washington has clearly catapulted the market forward. … We see reflation and a cyclically stronger economy as the more likely forces driving equities from here.
Feb 13 2017
Jonathan Gold has been quoted 11 times. The two most recent articles where Jonathan Gold has been quoted are RBC tells clients to stick with dividend stocks, names 10 cheap dividend plays and U.S. profit growth pickup could justify Wall Street rally. Most recently, Jonathan Gold was quoted as having said, “While many would expect high dividend strategies to lag in such an environment, the opposite has been the case. In fact, history shows that low-volatility names – not high yielders – are actually the big underperformer as rates rise.”.
Quotes by Jonathan Gold
Feb 07 2017
While many would expect high dividend strategies to lag in such an environment, the opposite has been the case. In fact, history shows that low-volatility names – not high yielders – are actually the big underperformer as rates rise.
Jan 16 2017
There's actually some positive momentum here in the fourth quarter. ... Wouldn't it be logical to assume that you'd also see that coming through in your corporate activity?
Dec 21 2016
If you want to know if this rally has legs, you'll see the Dow continue to do better than the S&P. Normally, 30 stocks is a silly index. But right now it's probably a better gauge of sentiment in the market.
Dec 05 2016
While the market's recent rotation might seem abrupt, the S&P 500 is up only 3 percent since Election Day, leaving it with substantial potential upside.
Nov 08 2016
Retailers are importing more during the holidays this year than last year and that can only mean one thing – they expect to sell more. Most of the holiday merchandise is already here, but retailers are still restocking to be sure shoppers will have a broad and deep selection as they hit the stores over the next several weeks.
Oct 13 2016
If you look at the early reports, they're beating by something like 5 percent, so that's actually a decent number.
Sep 10 2016
Also, the shipper and retailer get charged for not returning the equipment on time, and they cannot return it because the ports wouldn't accept it. This is just a completely chaotic situation.
Sep 09 2016
Hanjin should not significantly affect volume for the month since alternative arrangements to unload those containers or shift cargo elsewhere should be dealt with by the time the numbers are tallied. Merchandise is in limbo at the moment and retailers are working hard to make sure it ends up on store shelves in time for the holidays.
Sep 02 2016
There (are) millions of dollars' worth of merchandise that needs to be on store shelves that could be impacted by this.
Jul 12 2016
Back-to-school and the holidays are the two biggest shopping seasons of the year for retailers and these numbers reflect that. After a year of difficult comparisons in the wake of the West Coast ports slowdown, we're finally starting to see normal trends.
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