Inside Wall Street: PepsiCo Should Get Its Fizz Back in 2010

Influential money manager George Soros cast a negative spell on the stock market on Apr. 7, 2009 by forecasting that the rally from its March lows was bound to sputter and fail. At the time, Stanley A. Nabi, vice chairman and chief investment officer at Silvercrest Asset Management Group vehemently disagreed. He predicted the opposite, an unpopular view at the time. The market, argued Nabi, would trade much higher. And it did.