Maris Ogg

We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Maris Ogg is associated, including China, Fed, and bank. Most recently, Maris Ogg has been quoted saying: “There is an incredible amount of skepticism out there, especially for a market that keeps making new highs. I think people keep focusing on Trump's missteps rather than the big picture, which is that the world economy is improving.” in the article Dow and S&P hit record highs after Treasury Secretary points to significant tax reform.

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There is an incredible amount of skepticism out there, especially for a market that keeps making new highs. I think people keep focusing on Trump's missteps rather than the big picture, which is that the world economy is improving.

If he doesn't straighten it out in the next, I would say, 30 days, people will just stop listening to him. When you look at the underlying fundamentals, they're quite good. The big question on the horizon is Marine Le Pen. If she wins, we're going to have a recession.

With Apple and IBM, you have to figure they got too cheap. When you have a market this expensive, people go out looking for bargains.

Banks are one of the best-positioned industries because of rising interest rates. You expect them to report good earnings, and they have been.

It's pretty clear that China is bumping along the bottom. When we'll see a turnaround, that's unknown.

Couple that with high valuations, I think it's no surprise to see buyers waiting until they see the numbers.

My guess is the U.S. regulators would (have) called it off if you thought it would really damage Deutsche Bank. You've got to worry about, certainly the U.S. regulators are not going to bring a bank down that's going to jeopardize the system.

I think we all know the past BOJ past policies haven't worked. I don't think the market would be too thrilled to get more of something that hasn't worked.

I think the market is getting used to the idea that the Fed doesn't do anything this meeting.

I think there's a probability that housing continues to get better. There's a lot of positive consequences that come from that.

I think that you've got a polling stalemate and people don't know what to do. At this moment, I think it's better to stay in cash.

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