Jeffrey Kleintop

Jeffrey
Kleintop
Chief Market Strategist, Executive Vice President,
LPL Financial

Jeffrey is Chief Market Strategist and Executive Vice President at LPL Financial. In this role, he leads the development and articulation of LPL Financial Research market and investment strategies.

Articles
Is Congress Contemplating QE4?
VIEWPOINTS: Jeffrey Kleintop, Chief Market Strategist and Executive Vice President, LPL Financial; If a tax holiday is enacted and the repatriated funds by multinational corporations are used to buy back shares or retire debt, it could potentially act as a very potent market stimulus equivalent to the height of the Fed’s QE3.
Counting Down the Months
VIEWPOINTS: Jeffrey Kleintop, Chief Market Strategist and Executive Vice President, LPL Financial; After five-and-a-half years of keeping short-term rates in a range of 0 – 0.25%, many market participants believe the Federal Reserve is now about 12 months away from hiking interest rates.
Earnings Season: A Show About Nothing
VIEWPOINTS: Jeffrey Kleintop, Chief Market Strategist and Executive Vice President, LPL Financial; Much like the television comedy Seinfeld, the second quarter earnings season is likely to be “a show about nothing.”
World Cup and World CPI Are Heating Up, Risking Mistakes by Key Players
VIEWPOINTS: Jeffrey Kleintop, Chief Market Strategist and Executive Vice President, LPL Financial; Just as the World Cup has been heating up, increasing the risk of player mistakes, the world consumer price index (CPI) has also been heating up.
Emerging Opportunity
VIEWPOINTS: Jeffrey Kleintop, Chief Market Strategist and Executive Vice President, LPL Financial; Emerging market stocks have now pulled ahead of the performance of the S&P 500 Index for 2014, which may finally mark the beginning of the turn for EM relative performance.
Who Are the Buyers and Sellers?
VIEWPOINTS: Jeffrey Kleintop, Chief Market Strategist and Executive Vice President, LPL Financial; Taking a look at who is buying and who is selling can tell us something about the durability of the market’s performance and what may lie ahead.
No Debate: Stock and Bond Markets Agree
VIEWPOINTS: Over the past five years, modest declines in bond yields in the range of 0-50 basis points occurred along with modest gains of 0-10% for stocks
Oil, Oil Everywhere
VIEWPOINTS: Why, if the United States is producing more oil and consuming less than it was a decade ago, is the price of oil going up, and what does it mean for investors?
Japan Going Godzilla
VIEWPOINTS: If Godzilla-sized quantitative easing aligns with a fading impact from recent tax hikes, increasing political support for corporate tax cuts, and a push by government pension funds into stocks, it may mean a blockbuster summer for Japanese stocks.
The Best Indicator May Be a Long Way from Signaling the Start of a Bear Market
VIEWPOINTS: Stock market volatility in the past few weeks seemed to shake the nerves of individual investors leading to a week of net outflows from funds that invest in U.S. stocks after seeing net inflows in five of the past six months.
Global Earnings Picture Reveals Dramatic Regional Differences
VIEWPOINTS: Earnings forecasts are being cut sharply overseas, raising the questions of how much of a value international developed market stocks are and whether they can outperform the U.S. market in 2014.
Run for the Roses
VIEWPOINTS: The animal spirits of business leaders and investors may be re-emerging, resulting in more investment that may herald better growth.
The Big Bang Theory: Inflating the Stock Market
VIEWPOINTS: It does not take a Ph.D. to see that we may be witnessing a big bang in inflation, but the early stages of accelerating inflation have been historically good for the economy and stock market.
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