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We think that comes down, and when things get this high, they tend to come down a lot more like elevators and a lot less like escalators. So we'll be looking very closely, and we don't think it ends 2017 as strongly as it began. I think our political system right now has had a few drinks and is running with a pair of scissors, and that always ends in drama.feedback
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May 12 2017
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 Max Wolff is associated, including valuation and investor. Most recently, Max Wolff has been quoted saying: “We can't figure that out numerically. Those expectations are much more elevated than the fan base for Congress, which you can fit in the back of a Corolla, or the fan base for the president, which is not huge by historical standards but seems to have filtered into asset price expectations.” in the article Political drama could send stocks on an ‘elevator’ down, strategist warns.
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I like the names. I think there's a sort of opportunity here. There's unusual dislocation and tumult in the future of health care, who's going to pay for what – markets don't seem to care about that now. That gives us a little short-term pause.feedback

It has a place in our diversified portfolio.feedback

Looks to us like the world is moving in a sort of protectionist and nationalist direction. And in that environment, it's not good to have a strong currency. People don't want to have a strong currency. And even if they do, they might not get it.feedback

Trump's approach to trade is finally catching up to the market.feedback

This is still a cash machine, this is still the world's most successful luxury brand, perhaps one of the most recognized brands in the world.feedback

We think the EEM is going to see a little bit of strength coming into the beginning of 2017 here. That being said, we do think the EEM space is not done with some fundamental difficulties.feedback

They have to show us they can amp up their revenue from services, or come up with a new innovative product. They probably have about three to five quarters left to that, or they're really going to start to justify the worst-case scenario.feedback

Absolutely, this is still a cash machine, it's still the marquee brand in global electronics, it still has huge panache factor, it still has room to grow in the developing world; the big issue here is that there's sort of two different clocks running.feedback

The big risks here are more risks to the particulars of the single companies' efforts in the space.feedback

We think they'll still have some pricing power for a while, but again individual stock picking, it's late in the game for that at this point.feedback

There's literally headline risk here, and your portfolio decision could crash if you have just one name.feedback

Apple has been a little bit underwhelming, but the truth is they have the time, they have the talent, and they have the cash to kind of keep going until they figure it out. So we really think on any kind of relative valuation basis, this is a great story.feedback

If it's overvalued, it's a lot less overvalued than almost anything else, you could probably buy in a marquee name.feedback

Once you start asking public investors for 30x earnings, the tolerance for mistake, misadventure and learning on the job goes down.feedback

What we think has happened here in this space is there's a giant buying of all that risk we sold off during the unusual nine-day run there, when we saw everybody trying to get away from risk assets ahead of the election.feedback

We sort of think we're in a new era here. The new era is really risk; the returns are, ironically, to better risk management.feedback

So what we're trying to do is to make adjustments to a really global, diversified outlook expressed in terms of ETF holdings that says something about where we think things are going relatively.feedback

Given the uncertainties of someone who's hard to handicap on a number of levels and who doesn't have a long legislative background ... we expect that to be quite negative for overall market sentiment, and we expect the suspension of disbelief to erode rapidly, in the event that Trump is seen to come to a draw or a victory in this particular exchange.feedback

Certainly, the volatility suggests a very calm, still situation, when the election and the general public debates suggest the opposite.feedback

Clearly, the election is a big deal, but recent price moves have indicated a huge public dissatisfaction with pharmaceutical prices.feedback

We're going to have a little more money go to safety, and that's going to push those rates back down.feedback

Google's making sure they don't get left behind in a world dominated by the WhatsApp, and the Snapchat, and the FaceTimes and the Apples, who are basically their major competitors.feedback

The fundamentals are sort of heading south. We had another lousy quarter in terms of earnings growth, and yet the bid was there, big-time, Trading Nation.feedback

It's very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get information rights of sworn mortal enemies. But then again, it's also not common to raise $14 billion as a seven-year-old pre-IPO company.feedback

Our bonds have been negative a long time in a real sense, but not in a nominal one.feedback

Monday will steal Tuesday's show when we see who the suitors are and maybe get a preview of what they think this is worth.feedback

We saw a very nicely staged managed IPO of a very exciting company with obviously huge demand. We had already heard that it was over 30 times oversubscribed.feedback

This is all about the future, so it really is a lottery ticket.feedback

The shares could initially rise and then it could go parabolic on a wave of retail investor hope. These shares are going to trade on hope. I do not know how to value hope.feedback

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