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July 07

DIDI Diaster

Fox Business anchor Charles Payne, Mitch Roschelle weigh in on the DIDI Diaster

July 06

Growth Mirage

By David Nelson, CFA CMT With the first half of the year in the rear-view mirror I thought it would be a good time to share some conversations taking place on the Belpointe Trade Desk. You can’t buyback your way to growth Source FactSet Last week United Asset’s Tom Healy and Matt DeLorenzo were guests […]

June 24

David’s Pricing Power Stocks

David joins Fox Business anchor Charles Payne to discuss stocks with pricing power.

December 23

EV to TV – Apple wants to be a player

David joins Fox Business anchor Charles Payne to discuss Apple’s entry into the EV space

August 19

Market Economy Disconnect

David joins CNBC anchor Dominic Chu – David weighs in on Jim Cramer’s Mad Money comments on the market economy disconnect

August 06

Apples and Elephants

David joins the Yahoo Finance news team to discuss Apple’s run up to $2Trillion Market Cap

August 03

Top Heavy Market – Should Investors Be Concerned?

By David Nelson, CFA CMT Last week capped off another powerful month for the broad indices setting up a potential challenge to the all-time S&P high set in February. Of course, the NASDAQ is already there in large part powered by the 5 largest companies (APPL, MSFT, AMZN, GOOGL & FB) that all hit highs […]

July 20

Red Zone

By David Nelson, CFA CMT With the exception of China most global markets put in a strong week and now the S&P 500 finds itself right up against resistance and a chance to break into the RED ZONE. With the goal line just 5% higher a little good news on the virus or earnings could […]

January 05

New Year’s Eve look at 2020

Where to invest in 2020. New Year’s Eve with Fox Business anchor Charles Payne and Divine Capital Markets head Dani Divine.

November 14

Political Labeling of Companies & Potential Risk to Investors

David joins CNBC anchors Bill Griffeth and Sue Herera on the National Biz Report NBR to weigh in on the unrest in Hong Kong and the political labeling as companies are being forced to choose sides.