Tom Lee, Fundstrat World Advisors
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Tom Lee informed CNBC on Wednesday he sees situations out there that would assist spark a rally in shares, so long as the U.S. financial restoration from the coronavirus pandemic persists.
Lee’s feedback on “Closing Bell” got here shortly after a wild session on Wall Avenue wherein the key fairness indexes completed nicely off their intraday lows. The S&P 500 closed down 0.3%, whereas the Dow Jones Industrial Common misplaced 164.62 factors, or 0.5%. The blue-chip index had, at one level, been down 586 factors.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq overcame an intraday decline of 1.7% to complete principally flat Wednesday.
Lee, co-founder and head of analysis at Fundstrat World Advisors, mentioned a key cause he sees upside potential for shares is the amount of cash that may very well be deployed.