John Stoltzfus - Oppenheimer Holdings

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The personality of the chairman of the Federal Reserve is very important if you consider the great humility of Bernanke and Yellen, who have really served remarkably as public servants and highly professional economists to guide us through a very tough period.feedback
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Oct 17 2017 Federal Reserve
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which John Stoltzfus is associated, including Washington and S&P. Most recently, John Stoltzfus has been quoted saying: “The market doesn't like changes in leadership. It has to sniff around the new leader when you have a new leader come on board. Powell has served on the Fed – has a deep bench of experience. I think that would be a lesser risk of disruption in the transition.” in the article Too many investors are minimizing the biggest risk to the markets right now, warns Oppenheimer's Stoltzfus.
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May 21 2017

It doesn't mean that that's necessarily going to happen, but negative projection is an enemy of the market at times like this.feedback

May 21 2017

That's the big worry behind everything. People jump to conclusions and when we looked at the market [on Wednesday] and we looked at comments that were coming across the board related to that, there was a lot of the ghost of impeachment kind of thing. The market ultimately goes with the economy. You've got a global economic recovery that becomes less deniable on a quarterly basis, if not on a weekly and monthly basis, and then in the U.S. the economy looks sustainable.feedback

Apr 12 2017

A good earnings season would likely justify higher prices for stocks in the months ahead.feedback

Mar 20 2017 - Federal Reserve

The economic environment has improved to such an extent that the Federal Reserve appears to have greater confidence and commitment to its process of interest rate normalization. After eight years of a recovery bull market, many investors (institutional and retail) who had stayed on the sidelines and away or light on equity exposure appear to be coming back into the market with some adding international exposure.feedback

Mar 15 2017

I don't think the market would be overly dramatic to the downside, but it might take a little trim. Not quite a haircut, but maybe a trim, you know down maybe 1, 3 percent, something like that.feedback

Mar 07 2017

If market tradition were to nickname bull markets the current bull might be appropriately named 'the Rodney Dangerfield 'I don't get no respect' market.feedback

Feb 15 2017

Those are political risks to the administration that could have implications for the market if it would affect the operation of the administration. That's a legitimate risk, but that will probably be managed in some manner, or explained, or Lord knows what. We've arrived at a point where we have some serious problems [with trade], and I think there's a need to negotiate, and I think the market picks up on all that stuff.feedback

Feb 14 2017 - Bull market

If that tax reform date looks like it's pushed too far in the future, the market reacts negatively to it. We don't think it kills the bull market, but it could pull the market down 3 to 4 percent near term. A trim, not a haircut.feedback

Feb 13 2017 - Federal Reserve

I don't think Janet Yellen will provide anything of shock value. I think if she's perceived in any way of being more hawkish, it's probably because the market has had an awfully good run here. When she senses animal spirits in the market, she'll step up to the plate and indicate the Fed can raise rates as well as lower rates, and just cool the animal spirits a little.feedback

Feb 13 2017 - Federal Reserve

The market is up 49 percent since that high, or 4.36 percent annualized. That's not a raging bull market. it's a recovering market and it's climbed a wall of worry. Now I think we're getting ready for a bull market because we're getting rid of the monetary policy stimulus. We're moving toward normalization and we're moving toward fiscal stimulus.feedback

Feb 13 2017

For business, this just is a terrific advancement that we have seen in terms of a business friendly environment.feedback

Feb 13 2017

We think that the market had originally anticipated a negative outcome if Trump was elected. But once we saw what happened on election night and the way that futures were indicating positive by the end of the night what We thought was this looks good and the markets certainly said 'I like it'. Especially if the administration puts its influence on Apple to move its manufacturing back stateside, there will be offsets available for bringing some of that capital back from outside the U.S.feedback

Feb 05 2017

This could ultimately prove a worthy antidote from the gridlock that has dogged Washington for decades.feedback

Dec 28 2016

We believe industrials will continue to outperform as the expansionary environment grows with the trend for fiscal infrastructure investment and relative accommodative global monetary policy remains intact.feedback

Dec 28 2016

Our expectations are for tailwinds for the equity market stateside as elements of the stimulative fiscal agenda broadly outlined by President elect Donald Trump are implemented. In our view, this could provide further support for stock prices and some upside risk to our benchmark target.feedback

Dec 20 2016

If we think of the S&P 500, it's only up about 40-some percent from Oct. 9, 2007, which was its last cyclical peak. Similarly the Dow is not that much up from going back to the last cyclical peak.feedback

Nov 22 2016

First you have to complete the design, then implement it, you've got all kinds of execution risk. It's going to take years to see the fruits of a lot of what's just on the drawing board.feedback

Nov 22 2016

He's most certainly sending a signal that … at his core he's sticking to his guns, but I think he's also tempering things as he moves forward just by the reality of what global trade is, technology, and the effects on the workforce around the world.feedback

Jul 25 2016

Among the defensives, the only place where I'm really shopping is going to be in health care because health care had been so brutalized this year.feedback

Jun 24 2016

Investors should consider pullbacks as a time to make shopping lists of desirable opportunities, as well as time to seek 'babies thrown out with the bathwater' during market volatility.feedback

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