While oil has again been plunging, commodities guru Jim Rogers says he wouldn’t start buying oil – yet.
Hedge fund guru Leon Cooperman says stocks are fully and fairly valued. Bonds are another story, though, he says.
In GMO’s fourth-quarter letter, Ben Inker says the firm is finding better opportunities abroad than in the US, and Jeremy Grantham offers his thoughts on what’s going on with oil prices — and where they are headed.
Don’t count Ken Fisher among those who think oil’s big decline portends economic doom.
A stronger dollar and falling oil prices tend to help the economy, but right now those two factors aren’t helping stocks, Nuveen’s Bob Doll says.
In his latest column for Canada’s Globe and Mail, Validea CEO John Reese says that the recent plunge in oil prices and oil stocks has made for opportunities for strong-stomached investors.
Bill Nygren, one of the top fund managers of the past decade, says he’s been bargain-hunting in the wake of oil’s big decline.
Top economist David Rosenberg — long a bear — is continuing along the bullish path he started on last year.
Bond guru Bill Gross says he thinks economic growth will fall to 2% for the US, thanks to tumbling oil prices.
Don’t believe the hype about falling oil prices being a bad sign. That’s what top economist David Rosenberg says.