Barron’s 2018 Roundtable Outlook for Economy and Stocks

A recent article in Barron’s outlined commentary by members of the publication’s 2018 Roundtable regarding the economy and stock market. Members included DoubleLine’s Jeffrey Gundlach, Mario Gabelli, Abby Joseph Cohen of Goldman Sachs, Epoch Investment’s William Priest, and Meryl Witmer of Eagle Capital Partners, among others. The panelists, the article says, are sharing a generally “jolly” mood, “And why not? U.S. stocks returned an impressive 20% last year, and are off to the races again… Read More

Guru Feedback from Barron’s Mid-Year Roundtable

Most participants in this year’s Barron’s Roundtable think “the markets will soon get more interesting, and not in a pleasant way,” according to the publication’s recent summary, which includes excerpts from comments by market heavy-hitters such as Jeffrey Gundlach and Mario Gabelli. “After all,” the article says, “U.S. stocks are expensive, the economy is dullsville, and interest rates are about to rise.” Noting that the market’s gains have been unevenly distributed since the last Roundtable… Read More