Wall Street

While some investors remain skeptical of a U.S.-China trade deal, the smart money has started to bet on a resolution to this jarring battle that has dragged on for nearly two years, according to Goldman Sachs.

Joining us on the show is Todd Rosenbluth, Director of ETF & Mutual Fund Research at CFRA Research, who talks about the trend we have been seeing in 2019 as another bad year for stock pickers and should investors now invest in passive or active stocks.

The market rally is not being driven by any one sector but by many often conflicting groups which does not happen very often. Bob Pisani explains for us from the New York Stock Exchange.

Joining us on the show is Brian Levitt, Global Market Strategist at Invesco, to talk about the current strength of value stocks.

Mike Santoli reports on certain companies known as “Undisrupted Champions” who are battled tested on Wall Street against up and coming technology and retail stocks.

On Friday, the Dow reaches 28,000 and the three major indexes closed the week at record highs. Bob Pisani has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.

Shares of RH surged more than 7% in premarket trading Friday, a day after Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway revealed it owned 1.2 million shares of the furniture retailer at the end of the third quarter.

Joining us on the show is Loreen Gilbert, President at Wealth Wise Financial, to talk about what may be in store for small cap stocks.

Joining us on the show is Rebecca Felton, Senior Portfolio Manager at Riverfront Investment, who gives us her analysis how stocks may react with the current impeachment hearing into President Trump.

The Hong Kong protesters are targeting companies including some of America’s biggest that are widely held by investors. Joining us to talk about this is David Nelson, a Chief Strategist at Belpointe Asset Management.

On Wednesday, the Dow and the S&P close at all-time highs as the Fed chair signals the pause in interest rate cuts is not set in stone. Steve Liesman has more for us.

Wall Street’s most prominent investors are warning the sky would fall if Sen. Elizabeth Warren wins the presidency in 2020, promising a market sell-off and economic contraction if the Massachusetts Democrat comes out on top.

On Tuesday, the Dow was unchanged which rarely happens on Wall Street. With the major averages at or near record highs, Mike Santoli grades the recent rally for us.

We’re seeing the industrial sector having both weak earnings and demand but why is it rallying now? Seema Mody explains for us.

Joining us on the show is Brad McMillan, CIO at the Commonwealth Financial Network, to talk about the recent turnaround events in the industrial sector.