Tag Archives: Economy

May 17

Cracks in the Facade

By David Nelson, CFA CMT Last week may have ended on a high note but visible cracks in the market fa├žade weighed on investor sentiment. Inflation expectations took center stage as both headline CPI and PPI releases came in well above expectations prompting a modest flight from risk assets. Stocks recovered on both Thursday and […]

May 11

Pain Trade

David joins Fox Business anchor Charles Payne to weigh in on the recent weakness in the Nasdaq

May 11

CYBER – The DarkSide

DarkSide a super secret organization tries to paint themselves as some kind of digital age Robinhood. David weighs in. Click Here for video

May 10

China – Still a threat

David joins the Yahoo Finance news panel to weigh in on a growing threat.

May 10

CYBER WAR!

By David Nelson, CFA CMT On the heels of another cyber-attack this weekend, Cyber Monday takes on a whole new meaning. Colonial Pipeline Company with a 5500-mile network of infrastructure extending from Linden, NJ to Houston was hit by a ransomware attack. With 45% of gasoline and diesel for the east coast transported by Colonial […]

May 05

Yellen Walks Back Call On Rates

David joins Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo to discuss recent comments from Secretary of Treasury Janet Yellen.

May 04

Buy the Dip?

David joins Fox Business anchor Charles Payne to weigh in on the economy and recent price action in the market.

May 03

5 Years, 5 Months or just 5 Days

By David Nelson, CFA CMT With 2021 setting up to be another record year for equity investors it’s not surprising to see headlines like this weekend’s Wall Street Journal article Americans Can’t Get Enough of Stocks. Year to date every sector is in the green with Energy on top and Consumer Staples bringing up the […]

May 01

David Nelson talks Amazon and Markets

David joins TD Ameritrade host Oliver Renick to weigh in on the Amazon and markets. Click Here for video.

April 27

Market Check – Earning’s Season Gets Real

David joins Fox Business host Charles Payne to weigh in on the latest earning’s and what investors should look for next.