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Nov 25, 2019

Alan Gayle, president of Via nova Investment Management, said he expects the storm clouds of trade wars and interest rate pictures to clear as the calendar hits 2020. Coupled with improvement seen in the markets of Europe, China and emerging markets, he is optimistic about results for 2020, especially for international investments. Gayle's comments were a bit more hopeful -- especially about returns and global investing -- than those of David Jilek, chief investment strategist of Gateway Investment Advisors, who expects muted returns and heightened volatility from stocks and bonds through 2020. Also on the show, Francesca Ortegren of Clever Real Estate discusses the high costs of commuting, especially in certain cities, and David trainer of New Constructs puts Zynga in the Danger Zone.