The ETF Show - White Swans vs. Black Swans
Record highs across the major equity averages 10 years into a bull market may raise concerns about risk. Kevin O'Leary, chairman of O’Shares Investments provides insight into his ETF investment philosophy and explains why he focuses on quality and diversification. Christian Magoon, founder & CEO of Amplify ETFs offers insight into black swan risk events and explains how to buffer against downside and find upside potential.
Kevin O'Leary Live on LinkedIn with Asset TV
Kevin O'Leary, ABC Shark Tank star and Chairman of O'Leary Ventures, joins Asset TV live on LinkedIn for a discussion about investing in watches, wine, and companies led by women. During this 45-minute conversation, he also covers politics, the economy, big tech, the trade war, and entrepreneurship.
Investing in China: Opportunity amid turmoil
Given the political protests and trade tensions that have unsettled markets in China of late, is it too soon to start thinking about investing there? Portfolio manager Winnie Kwan and investment specialist Kent Chan tackle this question.
Wall Street Weighs in on China Trade Deal
Wall Street is taking a closer look at the latest round of trade negotiations. Stocks saw quite a rally when the U.S. announced the first phase of a trade deal with China, but some of that optimism is fading. We discuss new notes from several of Wall Street's top strategists.
Tariffs Could Drag Semi Sector Lower
Earnings forecasts for the semiconductor and equipment sector have been hit by tariff concerns. Sectors that are sensitive to tariffs are projected to issue weaker profits.
US Trade Blacklist Hits Chipmakers
The US Commerce Department added 28 Chinese companies and public security bureaus on its blacklist. The action prevents firm from purchasing components from American firms without government approval.
Q4 Kickoff Hints at Trade Dispute Headwinds
The final quarter is historically the best one of the year. Headwinds and tailwinds continue to be monitored, as tariffs and geopolitics pose a risk to economic growth.
U.S.-China Trade Dispute Swings Market Direction
Ongoing concerns about the prolonged trade dispute between the U.S. and China continued to sway the broader market. Expectations of renewed trade talks and expectations that the White House could limit investment in China saw a reversal in sentiment.
Central Banks Eyes Stimulus for Global Economies
Global central banks are expected to introduce monetary easing and stimulus measures to prompt economies being pressured by trade tensions and a slowdown in growth.
Trade Tensions and Brexit Woes Highlight Market Risks
Concerns about the slowing global economy and impact of U.S.-China trade tensions did little to temper uncertainty surrounding Brexit. The upcoming central bank announcements from the ECB and FOMC are awaited.
Retail Industry in Flux from Global Trade Disputes
Retail impact from China trade tariffs and outlook in second half 2019
Trade War Jitters and Growth Woes Mount
Ongoing uncertainty over U.S.-China trade relations and weak growth data from the eurozone pointed to broader concerns for the global economy.