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The Appleseed Fund avoids Too Big to Fail bank stocks after Dodd-Frank provided no real structural reform, says portfolio manager Josh Strauss
As Europe and the U.S. struggle with mounting debt, Innealta Capital's Scott Silverman says he's steering clear of equities and is in favor of fixed income opportunities.
Long-term investors should consider companies with recurring revenue streams like utility stocks, says Brian Peery, co-portfolio manager with Hennessy Funds.
Exchange traded funds could see more inflows than mutual funds when investor confidence returns, says Tom Lydon, CEO of Global Trends Investments
Barry James, president of James Investment Research, is sticking with U.S. Treasuries as he expects equities to fall another 10% to 20%.
When prospects for growth are weak, investors should consider corporate bonds over U.S. Treasuries for extra yield, says Brett Wander, chief investment officer of fixed income at Charles Schwab Investment Management.
ETFs are being unfairly blamed for market volatility, says Eric Anderson, ETF analyst with First Trust Advisors, who advises investors to use ETF for better access to different asset classes.
In times of increased volatility in the equity markets, Brian Brett, vice president of sales with American Beacon Advisors, says investors should consider a manager of managers to smooth out performance.
Fear dominates the stock market now, but Craig Hodges, president of Hodges Capital Management, says small-cap stocks will bounce back when greed returns.
Channing Smith, managing director with Capital Advisors, says risk-averse investors should seek high-quality companies or mobile Internet stocks.