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Rob McIver, president and portfolio manager with Jensen Investment Management
John Forlines, chairman and chief investment officer with JAForlines Global Investment Management
Emerging market companies have stronger balance sheets and offer better opportunities than those in developed markets, says DoubleLine portfolio manager Luz Padilla.
Emerging markets hold the best opportunities for companies like Nike and Caterpillar, says George Evans, director of equities with OppenheimerFunds
Traders are better off on the sidelines while investors are seeing incredible value in the equity market like Intel, says Dan Genter, president of RNC Genter Capital Management.
Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist with Charles Schwab, says that she is biased toward U.S. equities over emerging markets and fixed-income securities.
Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist with Charles Schwab, says that there is some near-term hope for the U.S. economy.
Investors have ignored positive trends out of the Latin America region, says Heiner Skaliks, portfolio manager of the Strategic Latin America Fund. The interview was recorded at the Charles Schwab Impact 2011 investor conference in San Francisco.
There are more opportunities in Europe than ever before, David Marcus, manager of the Evermore Global Value Fund, tells TheStreet at the Charles Schwab conference in San Francisco.
In times of crisis, fund manager Dan Neiman looks at large-cap dividend-paying stocks like Altria, McDonald's and Occidental Petroleum.