Top economist David Rosenberg — long a bear — is continuing along the bullish path he started on last year.
Don’t believe the hype about falling oil prices being a bad sign. That’s what top economist David Rosenberg says.
David Rosenberg, the long-time bear who turned bullish fairly recently, says he’s getting frustrated with the US economy.
Worried about the interest rate hikes that may be coming sooner than many had expected? Top economist David Rosenberg says to relax.
Once a major worry amid the Federal Reserve’s massive quantitative easing program, inflation seems to have taken a back seat in investors’ minds. But top economist David Rosenberg says not to forget about it.
Gluskin Sheff’s David Rosenberg thinks stocks will be stuck in a trading range for the next several months, and sees inflation on the horizon. Rosenberg tells Yahoo! Finance’s Breakout that if the Federal Reserve does begin to taper its asset-purchasing plans in September as he expects, the chance for multiple expansion will be very small, […]
Gluskin Sheff Chief Economist & Strategist David Rosenberg says that a “firmer floor” has developed under the U.S. economy, and he doesn’t see recession coming anytime soon. “I don’t see the prospect of a recession,” Rosenberg tells Yahoo!Finance’s Daily Ticker, saying that the major risks of a fiscal shock or monetary shock have passed for […]
The often-gloomy David Rosenberg of Gluskin Sheff says the June jobs report looks pretty strong, and indicates consumer spending should be strong through the summer months. Rosenberg says that in addition to the solid jobs-added number, the report also showed that income was up the most since February, and year-over-year wage growth was about 2.5% […]
The often-bearish economist David Rosenberg is actually seeing some bright spots for the U.S. economy. Rosenberg tells Yahoo!Finance’s Daily Ticker that labor demand is rising, and firings are at an all-time low. Hiring has been weak, he says, because of a lack of skilled workers to take the job openings. Average work weeks and weekly […]
The U.S. housing recovery has encouraged many investors in recent months, but Gluskin Sheff & Associates Chief Economist David Rosenberg isn’t sure the rebound has legs. Rosenberg tells CNBC that, while “we’ve certainly had a housing recovery,” the recovery has been in large part a result of housing starts — which plummeted during the Great […]
Many have said that the influx of money into bonds in recent years means a “Great Rotation” could occur — in which money pours back into stocks as investors’ risk appetites increase — and give stocks a big boost. But in a recent client note, Gluskin Sheff’s David Rosenberg says that thinking is way off […]
The often gloomy David Rosenberg of Gluskin Sheff + Associates says 2013 is a year for investors to put their cash to work. Rosenberg still sees anemic growth for the United States and isn’t too optimistic on corporate profits, but he also thinks the Federal Reserve’s policies are making cash a bad place to be, […]
Thomas Lee, chief U.S. equity strategist at JPMorgan Chase, and David Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist at Gluskin Sheff & Associates, went head-to-head recently on Bloomberg in discussing their differing opinions on where the stock market is headed. Lee is more bullish than Rosenberg, saying that history has shown that when the equity risk premium […]
Top analyst David Rosenberg has been very bearish on the U.S. economy, and he hasn’t changed that stance. But he is seeing a ray of hope for stocks. “My fundamental view on the U.S. stock market hasn’t changed either — we are still in a bear market, marked by tremendous volatility,” Rosenberg writes for Canada’s […]
Several top strategists are saying that investors should stick with stocks as the bull market enters its third year. Among them: hedge fund guru Barton Biggs. “I don’t think valuations are stretched,” Biggs told Canada’s Financial Post. “The next move in the S&P 500 is more likely to be up than down, and that move […]