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Kiplinger.com showcases the market views of Spectrum Management Group's Bob Phillips

Kiplinger.com showcases the market views of Spectrum Management Group’s managing partner, Bob Phillips. After a flat day on Wall Street rooted in mixed economic news and earnings, Phillips comments on the day’s market action. "There is uncertainty about how fast the rally can go and how far it can go," he reports.

 

Stephen Bernard of The Associated Press features the market insights of Bob Phillips

Stephen Bernard of The Associated Press features the market insights of Spectrum Management Group’s Bob Phillips. Phillips offers his outlook for the month’s consumer confidence data and explains its effect on Wall Street. “The consumer confidence reading could be "slightly above expectations" based on recent retail sales figures,” he reports. “A better-than-expected reading on confidence could return some of the positive momentum to the market that had been seen the last two weeks amid strong earnings results.”

 

Spectrum Management Group's Bob Phillips offers his financial expertise to MSN Money

Spectrum Management Group’s Bob Phillips offers his financial expertise to MSN Money. As analysts begin anticipating a pullback in stocks after a blockbuster month, Phillips gives his insights into the hesitation of the markets. "There is uncertainty about how fast the rally can go and how far it can go," he reports.

 

The Associated Press' Tim Paradis highlights Bob Phillips in his daily market recap

The Associated Press’ Tim Paradis highlights Bob Phillips of Spectrum Management Group in his daily market recap. As stocks end flat amid mixed economic data and earnings results, Phillips gives his take of the mood on Wall Street. "There is uncertainty about how fast the rally can go and how far it can go," he reports.

 

FOXBusiness' David Asman highlights Spectrum Management Group managing partner Bob Phillips

FOX Business’ David Asman highlights Spectrum Management Group managing partner Bob Phillips. Phillips offers his insight into a small business surcharge that will fund President Obama’s Public Option for health insurance. “I think without question you have to look at that as a jobs killer. Anything that transfers capital out of the private sector back to the government always is a drag,” he says. To prepare your portfolio against adverse effects of these jobs losses, Phillips advises, “If you’re concerned about this being a no-growth or slow-growth rebound, you want to look at companies that have shown the ability to grow sales in almost any environment.”

 

Connell McShane and Jenna Lee of FOX Business LIVE showcase the emerging markets acumen of Bob Phillips

Connell McShane and Jenna Lee of FOX Business LIVE showcase the emerging markets acumen of Bob Phillips, managing partner at Spectrum Management Group. Advising against investing directly in Russia, Phillips recommends funds and ETFs that spread investments out across a wide basket of countries to diversify risk. “I would look at the category as a whole,” suggests Phillips. “[Emerging markets] move very fast based on capital flows as opposed to fundamentals.”

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Dow Jones Newswires' Palash Ghosh features Leslie Thompson

Dow Jones Newswires’ Palash Ghosh features Spectrum Management Group partner Leslie Thompson. Thompson offers her views on where the US dollar may be headed in the second half of 2009. “The dollar has likely bottomed and it could be poised to rebound against the yen and the euro, because recent data suggest the American economy will recover before its counterparts across the seas,” reports Thompson.

 

Bob Phillips shares his approach to investing in emerging markets with SmartMoney's Rob Wherry

SmartMoney’s Rob Wherry seeks out the investment expertise of Spectrum Management Group’s Bob Phillips. Taking into consideration huge losses in the past year and high levels of volatility, Phillips shares his approach to investing in emerging markets. “We are allocating more money to emerging markets,” says Phillips. However, he cautions, “It doesn’t take a lot of money flows to influence prices.”