Tag Archives: Economy

March 16

Has the labor participation rate bottomed?

Has the labor participation rate bottomed. David joins Charles Payne and Gerri Willis to discuss.

March 16

Kudlow gets the nod at the White House

David explains why Larry Kudlow was the best choice to replace Gary Cohn.

March 04

Trade War – What if your opponent doesn’t blink?

By David Nelson, CFA Two torpedoes slammed into the side of the U.S.S. Market last week. The first was launched by Fed Chair Powell during his inaugural testimony in front of the House Financial Services committee. Traders were quick to translate his remarks into a more aggressive Fed likely to push through 4 rate hikes […]

March 01

Powell Hints 4 Hikes – I Say 3 – Here’s Why

By David Nelson, CFA In a stunning comeback after more than a year of hibernation volatility returned to markets as February ended a 10 month winning streak reminding investors stocks don’t move in just one direction. There’s a lot of data we can point to as the catalyst but #1 with a bullet has to […]

February 20

I’m paid to worry – Walmart and rates weigh on the market

David joins Fox Business anchor Trish Regan to discuss the market’s reaction to Walmart earnings and rates moving higher

February 15

Market Jumps on Hot Inflation Number

David weighs in on the market’s dramatic recovery on the heels of a hotter than expected inflation report.

February 15

Infrastructure Plan – How much will it cost?

David weighs in on the President’s infrastructure plan. How much will it cost and what is the real goal?

February 13

Stocks Turn Positive in Late Day Trading

David joins Fox Business anchor Trish Regan just as stocks go green on the day.

February 11

Media Highlights – Rocky Markets & Rocket Launch

Media highlights from a violent week in the market along with a spectacular launch by SPACEX

February 05

Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth

Mike Tyson – “Everyone has plan until they get punched in the mouth” By David Nelson, CFA A punch square in the jaw from Mike Tyson is probably how most traders felt when they rang the closing bell Friday. Down at the open after a better than expected jobs number, good news became bad news […]