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Stocks are in the sixth year of a secular bull market and these typically run at least 11 years, said Bill Greiner, Chief Investment Officer for Mariner Holdings.
A covered call strategy is an ideal way to produce additional income in a yield challenged environment, said Jesse Clinton, Managing Director at Snowden Lane.
The strong dollar is suppressing large-cap stocks while private equity players are bidding up small-caps leaving mid-caps as the best of the bunch.
Building a sense of commitment to a long term enterprise is the key to maintaining a family business through the years.
Think about your social media goals before taking to the Twittersphere, said Aliza Licht, author of 'Leave Your Mark' and Senior Vice President of global communications at Donna Karan International.
The deluge of security breaches and high profile hacks is causing old line defense companies to look for deals in the cybersecurity space, said Andrew Chanin, CEO of PureFunds.
Investors in leveraged loan funds are finally seeing their patience pay off now that interest rates have stepped up.
The recovery in oil is real and prices will get even firmer in the second half of the year due to economic growth and a drop in the rig count.
Index funds have had a nice run since 2008, but actively managed funds will soon have their revenge, said Richard Yasenchak, Client Portfolio Manager for INTECH.
The MLP asset class is attractive because investors are getting quality assets with healthy yields at relatively inexpensive prices, said Jay Hatfield, President of Infrastructure Capital Advisors.