The WFII team is not the only one who intends to return back in US stocks. JPMorgan Chase & Co. expected last week that S & P 500 than those who were lost in October would get back.
Air, investors: if you have collected money, use it now. That's what Wells Fargo & Co says
One of the sales that started in October ended the end of the bull market and investors should continue Opposition to negative destination, Darrell Cronk, Head of Investment Institute wrote; bank (WFII), in the opinion of Tuesday customers.
"We believe that it is time to be willing to increase equity in positive areas, such as high-tech companies and top US and the security of emerging markets, and now welcome the use of money now or even increase in the next day and week roles, "said the strategists, says the current conditions are capable of creating some of the best entry points in stock markets from the November 2016 elections. "
There is a fall in US technology stocks, basic signs of psychology in the & # 39; a corporate credit market and is not as happy as a solution in the Sino-SA trade anxiety that is currently undergoing a renewal to & # 39; sells his / her last month in global stock categories. The S & P 500 fell quickly 10% lower than September near Tuesday before it came back just above the threshold.
The WFII team is not the only one who intends to return back in US stocks. JPMorgan Chase & Co. expected last week that S & P 500 than those who were lost in October would get back. However, there were no other companies such as Goldman Sachs Group Inc. so pleased and suggested that investors will reduce risk and reduce their risk. Increase their cash positions in the opinion of a Monday user.
Wells Fargo was worried if the S & P 500 was falling below October and October; the first quarter, but the US economic vision remains strong and the Force of the Reserve of Scotland is flexible, campaigners said. In addition, the sharp decline in the multi-search values of technologies suggests that the worst of the sales may end, they added.
"There is a worry about getting slower in global growth that emphasizes the strongest US growth and the confidence of investors," they said. "The lowest line is our opinion that economic decline is not emerging, although many sectors of the financial markets account for prices as if we were targeting one. "