Max Wolff

Latest stories

18h
CNBC
This foreign market can help U.S. investors diversify their portfoliosdirectly address the MSCI's criteria. Many of the market trends in China lead
This foreign market can help U.S. investors diversify their portfolios
CNBC / Posted 18 hours ago
directly address the MSCI's criteria. Many of the market trends in China lead Manhattan Venture Partners chief economist Max Wolff to believe U.S. investors can look toward Chinese markets. The nature of Chinese investors, in particular, could... Read more
23h
CNBC
US stocks still most-appealing option among tough global markets, economist saysfor the developing world and more political uncertainty could make it harder to
US stocks still most-appealing option among tough global markets, economist says
CNBC / Posted 23 hours ago
for the developing world and more political uncertainty could make it harder to turn a profit in the U.S. market, said Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners, on CNBC's Power Lunch on Wednesday. "That being said, getting... Read more
13d
Market Watch
The drive behind Uber and Didi’s odd billionsneeds to fund its overall global expansion. “It’s literally existential that y
The drive behind Uber and Didi’s odd billions
Market Watch / Posted 13 days ago
needs to fund its overall global expansion. “It’s literally existential that you raise more than your competitor,” said Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners. Both Uber and Didi have goals of being profitable, while... Read more
16 related stories
13d
Newsmax
Investors Back Rivals Uber and Didi, Raising Eyebrowsdeals. "It's very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get informat
Investors Back Rivals Uber and Didi, Raising Eyebrows
Newsmax / Posted 13 days ago
deals. "It's very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get information rights of sworn mortal enemies," said Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners. "But then again, it's also not common to raise $14 billion as a... Read more
5 related stories
13d
Fortune
What Happens When Investors Back Rival Companies (Like Uber and Didi)?deals. “It’s very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get informat
What Happens When Investors Back Rival Companies (Like Uber and Didi)?
Fortune / Posted 13 days ago
deals. “It’s very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get information rights of sworn mortal enemies,” said Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners. “But then again, it’s also not common to raise $14 billion as a... Read more
5 related stories
14d
The Economic Times
Rivals Uber and Didi now sharing big investorsdeals. "It's very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get informat
Rivals Uber and Didi now sharing big investors
The Economic Times / Posted 14 days ago
deals. "It's very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get information rights of sworn mortal enemies," said Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners. "But then again, it's also not common to raise $14 billion as a... Read more
5 related stories
14d
The Financial Express
Investors back rivals Uber and Didi, raising eyebrowsdeals. “It’s very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get informat
Investors back rivals Uber and Didi, raising eyebrows
The Financial Express / Posted 14 days ago
deals. “It’s very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get information rights of sworn mortal enemies,” said Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners. “But then again, it’s also not common to raise $14 billion as a... Read more
5 related stories
14d
Channel NewsAsia
Investors back rivals Uber and Didi, raising eyebrowsdeals. "It's very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get informat
Investors back rivals Uber and Didi, raising eyebrows
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 days ago
deals. "It's very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get information rights of sworn mortal enemies," said Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners. "But then again, it's also not common to raise US$14 billion as a... Read more
5 related stories
14d
Reuters
Investors back rivals Uber and Didi, raising eyebrowsdeals. "It's very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get informat
Investors back rivals Uber and Didi, raising eyebrows
Reuters / Posted 14 days ago
deals. "It's very unusual to allow the same parties to invest and get information rights of sworn mortal enemies," said Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners. "But then again, it's also not common to raise $14 billion as a... Read more
5 related stories
15d
CNBC
Traders bet big that Apple is set to rise 36%at roughly $3, which potentially makes them a much more efficient way to gain e
Traders bet big that Apple is set to rise 36%
CNBC / Posted 15 days ago
at roughly $3, which potentially makes them a much more efficient way to gain exposure to the stock. For that reason, said Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners, "if you want to keep some of your powder dry but have some exposure to the fact that... Read more
15d
Market Watch
Why Apple doesn’t have a venture-capital armof being the best and most innovative, which is something the company relies on
Why Apple doesn’t have a venture-capital arm
Market Watch / Posted 15 days ago
of being the best and most innovative, which is something the company relies on to sell devices at premium prices, said Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners. “There’s something about having a venture arm that says other... Read more
16d
CNBC
US bond yields could soon go negativebefore the zero line is crossed. "Our bonds have been negative a long time in
US bond yields could soon go negative
CNBC / Posted 16 days ago
before the zero line is crossed. "Our bonds have been negative a long time in a real sense, but not in a nominal one," Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners, said Tuesday on "Trading Nation." Wolff doesn't see a nominal... Read more
23d
CNBC
The unusual way to bet on US stocks without buying US stocksand that earnings growth will look much better in America than in Europe, she s
The unusual way to bet on US stocks without buying US stocks
CNBC / Posted 23 days ago
and that earnings growth will look much better in America than in Europe, she said. "I'd stick with the U.S." For Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners, the strength of the recent relationship between American and European equities has a... Read more
23d
CNBC
The sector that could take the market to all-time highsaverages, which still leaves health care as her top choice for a market push.
The sector that could take the market to all-time highs
CNBC / Posted 23 days ago
averages, which still leaves health care as her top choice for a market push. Manhattan Venture Partners' chief economist, Max Wolff, also appearing on "Power Lunch" agrees that health-care stocks look decent, yet says financials "are the sleeper... Read more
m
TechCrunch
Will Twilio IPO reopen tech window?to go public very soon. “We expect a modest valuation and a small float but a
Will Twilio IPO reopen tech window?
TechCrunch / Posted 1 months ago
to go public very soon. “We expect a modest valuation and a small float but a reasonably successful run for Twilio,” said Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners. Twilio is not profitable — the company reported a loss of $35.4... Read more
m
CNBC
Why history suggests that a major surge is ahead for Applemoving average at around $107, he posited. From a fundamental perspective, Man
Why history suggests that a major surge is ahead for Apple
CNBC / Posted 1 months ago
moving average at around $107, he posited. From a fundamental perspective, Manhattan Venture Partners chief economist Max Wolff thinks that Apple is a worthy investment. "I think the super-growth period is over because they really got a huge... Read more

People in this news