Neil Hennessy: Bullish on Market; on Washington, Not So Much
Chairman of Hennessy Funds says American investors are still, understandably, on sidelines, but also argues that the time is right for equities.
Wall St. Ignores Noise, Sees Bullish 2013 for Stocks
Wall Street believes that the world’s central banks will do their best in 2013 to force reluctant investors to move their money out of bonds and into stocks.
Best 5 Investment Picks for 2013
One thing seems clear about the market's direction in 2013: Investors seeking yield–isn’t everybody nowadays–will find more joy in equities than in fixed income.
Hennessy Absorbs FBR
Novato, Calif.-based Hennessy Advisors wrapped up its acquisition of assets from 10 fund products of FBR Funds.
A Bullish Neil Hennessy Thinks Now Is the Time for Equities
Acquisition of FBR mutual funds shows his firm’s own belief in stocks; when interest rates rise, investors in fixed income will be "killed."
Hennessy Advisors Wraps Up Merger With FBR Funds
This deal brings the group’s assets under management to $3.1 billion.
Investment Picks and Pans From 7 Portfolio Managers
As the year comes to a close, portfolio managers are positioning assets with a forward look to 2012—and considering the state of the global economy, they’ve got an upward climb ahead.
Japan Market Should Rebound From Quake's Impact, Says Hennessy
Neil Hennessy thinks the ingenuity of Japanese people will spark a recovery from the disaster, while its companies' price-to-sales ratios will keep its market attractive.
Neil Hennessy Sees Market Growth of 8% to 12% This Year
Neil Hennessy expounds on the markets, consumer behavior, Washington politics and the Hennessy Funds' approach to stock picking.
In Financial Reform Bill, Marketplace Winners and Losers
Early market reaction to the financial services reform bill, which the Senate passed, 60-39, on Thursday, July 15.