Another Bull Throws In The Towel: Siegel Says Stocks Will Be "Flattish" In 2019
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With US stocks struggling to post their third day of gains in the last two weeks, more professional investors are apparently buying into the view that the Shocktober market rout represented an "inflection point" for US stocks. And the latest long-time bull to throw in the towel is none other than Wharton Business School professor Jeremy Siegel, who said during an interview with CNBC on Monday that price action in US stocks would be "muted" next year, as P/E ratios decline, tax cuts become baked...


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