H&W in the Media
The municipal bond market will continue to see a swarm of mid-sized deals that will be taken down with ease, continuing the good times that have been fueled by 27 straight weeks of fund inflows.
Bill Walsh, president of Hennion & Walsh agreed that a firm tone was evident on Friday and strong demand will continue to support munis in the foreseeable future. (more…)
Kevin Mahn with Chuck Jaffe on Money Life: Market and economy are strong, but look for quality names
Kevin Mahn, president and chief investment officer at Hennion and Walsh Asset Management, said that while the economy is strong and still growing and the market is constructive toward stocks, investors should be focusing on quality, favoring companies with strong balance sheets, entrenched management, a history of growing earnings and dividends and more, noting that as the economy slows and election-year headlines take over it will be the issues with those qualities that stand out
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Yahoo Finance’s Adam Shapiro, Julie Hyman, and Brian Cheung join Hennion & Walsh Asset Management President & Chief Investment Officer Kevin Mahn and Fort Pitt Capital Group Portfolio Specialist Carter Henderson to discuss.
Highlight: @hennionandwalsh’s Kevin Mahn says that the Friday deadline on the new tariffs on China will be postponed: “There will be some form of announcement that some positive advancements are taking place. Those tariffs will be pushed out.” Full interview: pic.twitter.com/wCsTNFmhPl
— Yahoo Finance (@YahooFinance) May 7, 2019
Kevin Mahn, tells Reuters, investors are going to be surprised by the end of earnings season as the economy and corporate profits are slowing but still growing this year. Conway G. Gittens reports.