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Stock valuations for large-caps are no longer cheap, but they are still a bargain relative to bonds and to small-caps, said Jack Caffrey, Equity Portfolio Manager for JPMorgan Private Bank.
Investors seeking to calm their portfolios should volatility spike again have a number of accessible choices, said Joseph Halpern, CEO of Exceed Investments.
When it comes to the restaurant delivery business: 'Cold is gold,' said Matthew Maloney, CEO of GrubHub.
An Oscar win by Julianne Moore would be a box office blessing for a small independent film like 'Still Alice,' said Christine Vachon, the movie's producer.
Macroeconomic issues and concerns about volatility are pushing investors into liquid alternative mutual funds, said Tom Florence, CEO of 361 Capital.
British insurance giant Aviva is committed to returning capital to shareholders, said Sarah Ketterer, CEO of Causeway Capital Management.
The overly complex Dodd-Frank Act is hurting America’s banking industry and desperately needs to be amended, said Gov. Keating, President of the American Bankers Association.
Investors should tilt toward equities in their portfolios because they are not getting paid enough to hold bonds, said Wayne Lin, Portfolio Manager at QS Investors.
Oil prices may have crashed this winter, but energy ETFs enjoyed hefty inflows of $3.4 billion in December and $1.7 billion in January suggesting a bottom may be near.
Strong Asian and enterprise sales enabled Qlik Technologies to beat Wall Street earnings and sales estimates in the fourth quarter, said the company's CEO Lars Bjork.