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.  

April 23

Stocks didn’t get the memo

By David Nelson, CFA On the heels of a market friendly tax cut, record corporate earnings and a chorus of talking heads including yours truly predicting another year of rising stock prices, only one thing is missing. Stocks didn’t get the memo. With the exception of some standout stars like Netflix (NFLX) and others with […]

April 16

Geopolitical vs Earnings – Markets react to both

Investors are forced deal with a news cycle that doesn’t let up

April 15

Syria – Minutes before the strike

Minutes before the strike David was discussing the risks of collateral damage.

April 15

Washington vs the Market

April 15

Do we really need the U.S. Post Office

With a $65 Billion loss over the last 10 years it begs the question do we really need a Post Office in the internet age.

April 15

TPP Redux

David joins the panel to discuss the President’s decision to take another look at TPP

April 11

Zuckerberg Testifies on the Hill

David joins the panel just as Mark Zuckerberg starts his testimony in front of the Senate Commerce Committee

April 11

Facebook CEO in Washington for Congressional Hearings

David weighs in on Facebook as Mr. Zuckerberg arrives in Washington

April 08

China Status in the WTO

David joins the panel hosted by Fox Business anchor Charles Payne including Wall Street Journal Op-Ed columnist Jillian Melchoir, Lanhee Chen former economic advisor to Mitt Romney and Gary Hufbauer Peterson Institute for International Economics.

April 08

Does China deserve “developing” nation status in the World Trade Organization?

David Nelson, CFA With the Chicago Board Options Exchange SPX Volatility Index (VIX) living above 20 for more than 2 months I think it’s safe to say the glory days of low volatility and a market that seemed to know only one direction up; are a memory. While the fundamental underpinnings of the economy are […]