"Stocks are ultimate real assets," Siegel told CNBC. He also said timing the market can be difficult but pointed to its cyclical nature.
"I'm predicting here that over the next two, three years we could easily have 20% inflation with this increase in the money supply," Siegel said.
Jeremy Siegel told CNBC he expects the Fed to pull back on its accommodative policy, which has long driven gains in stocks, sometime later this year.
Siegel reminded viewers that in an economic environment dominated by a jump in growth, inflation, and interest rates, investors want to own stocks.
Moderna’s vaccine announcement on Monday made the “light at the end of the tunnel” a little bit brighter as the stock market and economy look poised to gain in 2021, Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel told Bloomberg. The renowned finance professor said he expects stocks to have a “really tough period” […]
Wharton Professor of Finance Jeremy Siegel told CNBC on Wednesday a split Congress and Biden presidency will be ‘excellent’ for the economy and markets. Siegel said that Mitch McConnell will work better with Joe Biden to pass legislation than he did with President Trump. “We’re definitely going to get a […]
Wharton Professor of Finance Jeremy Siegel told CNBC on Monday the stock market will gain next year regardless of whether Trump or Biden wins the US presidential election. He said the “tremendous burst of liquidity” from the Fed and Congressional stimulus aid will likely support a bull market that continues […]
Jeremy Siegel, Wharton professor of finance, told CNBC on Tuesday that he doesn’t think tech stocks including Apple will outperform in 2021. Siegel said that Tesla, Zoom, and Docusign “got crazy,” while FAANG stocks are more solid but still won’t beat the market next year. “If you’re in the S&P, […]
Wharton professor of finance Jeremey Siegel told CNBC that the stock market would not lose upward momentum if the US were to experience a second wave of COVID-19. Siegel said that because stocks are so forward looking, a short-term lapse in the economy will not stop long-term moves higher. The […]
The stock market still has “a ways to go” even as it approaches record all-time highs, according to Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel. In an interview with CNBC on Wednesday, Siegel said that the increased liquidity from central bank policies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic will flow into stocks, pushing […]
Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel told CNBC the arrival of a coronavirus vaccine is closer than markets think. “We may find ourselves with a workable vaccine for high risk individuals by the end of the fall, early winter,” he said on the news platform’s “Trading Nation.” “We’ve had almost no setbacks […]
The Dow Jones industrial average can surge to a record-high 30,000 if the Republicans keep their hold on the Senate in November and the coronavirus pandemic is contained, Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel said Tuesday. The market’s rally from March has slowed, and the easiest stock gains have already been […]
The stock market can still set new record highs in 2020 thanks to fresh risk-on attitude and the Federal Reserve’s stimulus, Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel said Tuesday. If a second wave of coronavirus cases is avoided, “it’s even a likelihood” that indexes tear higher through the year, Siegel told […]
The market bottom is in, and 2021 could be a boom year for stocks, Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel said i n a CNBC interview on Friday. Siegel said that any good news on the development of a treatment or vaccine for the coronavirus, combined with the “unprecedented” liquidity from the […]
The bond market’s four-decade bull run will be crushed under coronavirus stimulus and rising inflation, Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel told CNBC on Tuesday. Treasury notes and corporate bonds stabilised through April on the back of Federal Reserve relief measures, but an uptick in market liquidity will lead to bondholders […]
The famously bullish Wharton professor Jeremy...
Notoriously bullish Wharton professor Jeremy...