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Pare back growth stocks: advisor  20h04 21 février
Mercadien Asset Management president Ken Kamen says investors should pare back on holdings of growth stocks, especially tech, due to high valuations and exposure to the coronavirus outbreak.
Customer focus boosts shareholder returns: consultant  18h35 20 février
When shopping for stocks, investors should consider a company’s focus on customer satisfaction, says Bain & Co.’s Rob Markey. His research found that loyal customers buy more and stay longer, boosting revenue growth and shareholder returns.
Offset your tech exposure: advisor  20h05 19 février
As tech stocks rocket to record highs, Summit Place Financial Advisors’ Liz Miller says investors should balance their portfolios with consumer staples stocks and CDs.
Don’t buy Apple on this dip: trader  20h06 18 février
Apple is overvalued, says’s Jeff Tomasulo. He says wait for a 10%, 20% correction before buying the shares.
Airbnb the top IPO pick for 2020: analyst  20h14 14 février
Manhattan Venture Partners research head Santosh Rao says he likes Airbnb’s prospects because the home rental giant is well funded and growing. He says the outlook for the IPO market in 2020 looks a lot better than in 2019.
Tesla shares overpriced: strategist  20h14 13 février
National Securities’ Art Hogan says don’t buy Tesla at current levels because the stock has gotten ahead of itself.
S&P 500, Nasdaq edge up to record highs  21h44 11 février
The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq inched up to their second consecutive record closing highs on Tuesday after Chinese officials said the deadly coronavirus epidemic could be contained by April. Fred Katayama reports.
More room to run for stocks: strategist  20h00 11 février
The S&P 500 has gained nearly 4% this year, and that’s atop last year’s 29% gain, but William O’Neil & Co’s Randy Watts says the charts show there’s still more room on the upside amid low interest rates and strong momentum.
More reasons to buy stocks than sell -analyst  21h34 10 février
Wayne Kaufman, chief market analyst at Phoenix Financial Services, believes the U.S. stock market is still relatively cheap and sees another 6 to 9 percent upside in the S&P 500 by year’s end. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Indexes fall off record highs  22h02 07 février
Wall Street pulled back from record levels Friday after a four-day rally as investors digested a report showing U.S. job growth accelerated last month and braced for the next developments involving the coronavirus spread out of China. Fred Katayama reports.