High yield is not in bubble territory because the default rate remains low and spreads to Treasuries are not at "all-time tights", said James Fitzpatrick.
The energy sector outperformed the overall S&P in the first 6 months of 2014, and the strong showing should continue in the second half as the economy gains steam.
Valuations remain fair and economic growth is accelerating so its reasonable to expect stocks to continue higher in the second half.
Diners are choosing fast casual restaurants over fast food as the economy improves and employment increases, said George Michel, CEO of Boston Market.
Investors should seek out companies led by CEOs who are "active copers" because they adapt creatively and effectively to challenges and change, said Leslie Pratch.
GM said Monday it sold 258K vehicles in China in June, up 9.1%.
New brands and flavors of alcohol come and go, but Wild Turkey has maintained its quality for decades because of attention to detail.
BioAmber's "take-or-pay" deal with Vinmar this week, along with lower corn prices, is the start of big things to come for the sustainable chemical maker.
The spike in volatility is not the start of a major correction, said Patrick Morris, portfolio manager for the Hagin Keystone Market Neutral Fund.
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