The six-year bull market for U.S. stocks has at least another two years left, Omega Advisors Inc.’s Steven Einhorn said Sunday.
“There’s quite a while to go before this particular bull market ends,” Einhorn, vice chairman of the New York-based hedge fund, which oversees more than $9 billion, said on the television program “Wall Street Week” on Newsmax TV.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index gained 2.4 percent for its best week since March as a Greek bailout agreement eased fears that the nation would exit from the euro and a rout in Chinese equities leveled off. Domestically, economic fundamentals remain strong and the pace of interest rate tightening by the Federal Reserve is likely to be gradual, boding well for equities, Einhorn said.
The former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. partner, who joined Leon Cooperman’s Omega Advisors in 1999, said health care and technology stocks will outperform in a slower U.S. expansion, while recommending avoiding the materials and consumer staples industries.
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