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I think wearables will continue to be a tough space. I think it really is looking to be more of a fitness market rather than something that people will use for their cellphones.
Investors need to have fixed income … for some stability in portfolio strategies. As long as you stay short to intermediate duration, you're not out there buying 20-year bonds, I think fixed income actually could be a reasonable investment.
I think you've got to be cautious here. You've got to take some profits, particularly take profits given the strong rally we've had in cyclicals.
It's just that other things are more in demand, and so there's a rotation.
[AT&T will] just have to do it in perhaps a more incremental basis.
It does suggest we are going to see continued consolidation in the space, maybe companies like Viacom could very well be in play.
I do think you're going to see volatility over the course of the next three months.
There's a very good chance they go up in December, barring some disastrous jobs report.
It should, and I think it incrementally might start to happen. There's a culture of Fed watch that people are fixated on that's going to be a very hard addiction to break.
I believe it is going to be lower for longer, and I thought that for the last year and a half. All this hand-wringing about what adjectives the Fed is using on a quarterly basis is not only nonproductive, but I don't think it's accurate.
How many times does the Federal Reserve have to say they're concerned about inflation and take it back a month later until people realize that the words are not necessarily going to lead to action? This has been a Federal Reserve head-fake for years.
The impact on the United States is not as great as many people fear. What you do as an investor is you look at the good-quality names.
Apple's stock is up a ton and it is only logical that it will take a breather after a while. I don't think there is any fundamental issue beyond that.
It has always been a major drawback on Android phones.
I'm not sure where they go right now. One wonders if this means that they might be ripe for a takeover.