Last quote by Mark Kiesel
While the market's romancing all the positives of Trump, what they're not romancing right now is basically the protectionist policies, the anti-immigration policies, the strong dollar, the higher interest rates, and quite frankly, that will slow growth. There's positives and negatives, and our message is de-risk right now because there's two-way risks in the market. And right now, the market has really embraced mainly the positives.feedback
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Quotes by Mark Kiesel
Nov 21 2016
We are going to see likely growth pick up a little bit, with inflation. That will allow the Fed to raise rates and as a result we should see dollar strength.feedback
Sep 28 2016
The ECB has been buying European corporate bonds; you're going to see the Bank of England start to buy corporate bonds in the U.K. In the U.S., the Fed is not buying corporate bonds. They're less attractive than they were at the beginning of the year, but we still think a modest overweight to credit makes sense.feedback
Sep 28 2016
In the U.S., we like non-agency mortgages quite a bit. We think housing is actually mid-cycle. Some industries are later cycle, like autos and airlines, but housing in the U.S. has a lot of pent-up demand.feedback
Aug 15 2016
This has really been the year of credit, and credit has outperformed equities.feedback
Aug 15 2016
Corporate bonds, even today at current valuations, can deliver 3 to 4 percent for investment grade corporate bonds in the United States and roughly 5 to 6 percent for high yield bonds.feedback
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