August 27

Politics – David Nelson Highlight Reel

David Nelson weighs in on the political drama we live through every day. His viewpoint resonates with followers from K Street to Main Street translating Washington double talk into the truth. Anything less is a clear and present danger.  

November 30

Dow 30,000 – What could possibly go wrong?

By David Nelson, CFA CMT Tuesday November 24th the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 30,000 for the first time. That’s a long way from its first close of 40.94 May 26, 1896. Today’s Dow looks a lot different than the original 12 companies. Even General Electric (GE) was kicked out of the index in […]

November 30

What to expect for markets as we close out 2020

David weighs in on the markets and what to expect as we head into 2021

November 30

Market Round Table

David joins Yahoo Finance anchors Adam Shapiro and Seana Smith along with JPMorgan Chief Global Strategist Jack Manley.

November 26

My Jimi Hendrix Experience

I wasn’t much of a musician at least not yet but was desperate to find something to pull my life together.

November 19


David joins Fox Business host Dagen McDowell to weigh in on the latest news on a potential national shutdown in response to rising Covid-19 cases

November 19

Sell the Vaccine News?

David joins Fox Business anchor Charles Payne, Bank of New York Chief Strategist Alicia Levine and Prudential Chief Market Strategist Quincy Crosby.

November 16

The Rule of 72

By David Nelson, CFA CMT Wall Street┬áloves┬ácomplex theories of why an asset class will outperform or head south. We tear apart income statements, balance sheets and parse every word from the FOMC. We run thousands of back tests on multi-factor quantitative models diving through virtually every data point that relates to a company, commodity, fixed […]

November 12

Rational Exuberance – The Movie

David joins Fox Business anchor Charles Payne to weigh in on the Great Rotation

November 12

The Great Rotation

November 10

Rational Exuberance

Rational Exuberance – Coming into the week the spread between $QQQ and $RSP was 40% – Reversion to the mean is a powerful force