Tag Archives: Fed

June 07

State of the Market

By David Nelson, CFA CMT All in Friday’s payroll numbers we’re just what was needed to offset the rising fear that the Fed was falling behind the curve. 559K was a little light and at that pace would take about 16 months for the 8 million still unemployed to return to work getting us back to […]

March 29

It’s déjà vu all over again

By David Nelson, CFA CMT All of us are students of history. We live, work and survive as participants in a never-ending experiment called life. Early in our careers we have little real-world experience to draw upon. To hone our craft, we look to teachers, a mentor, books, classrooms etc. Most will study and practice […]

March 17

Show Me the Money!

David joins Fox Business anchor Charles Payne and Eddie Ghabour CEO Key Advisors Group to weigh in on the upcoming Fed meeting.

September 14

The Window Portfolio

I can see what to buy just looking outside my window

July 02

2nd Half Playbook 2020

David joins CNBC anchor Brian Sullivan to weigh in on the upcoming jobs report.  

April 27

46 Days

By David Nelson, CFA CMT In the early days of the pandemic equity markets reacted to a combination of data, news driven events and of course human emotion. Plummeting at a pace not seen in recent history it took just 23 trading days for stocks to fall from peak to trough. This historic downturn dwarfs the […]

March 08

Investors we’re positioned for growth

David joins the On the Move panel to discuss the latest on the coronavirus and what’s next for the markets.

March 08

We’ve seen our last good jobs number for a while

David weighs in on the recent Fed cuts as well as a coming change in employment numbers.

February 13

Coronavirus vs the Fed

David joins the Cheddar News team on the floor of the NYSE to discuss the coronavirus as well as Fed Chairman Jay Powell’s testimony on the hill.

December 02

2020 – The Road Ahead

By David Nelson, CFA CMT After a very strong 2019 and 2020 just around the corner investors want to know if there’s enough fuel for the next leg of the journey. At the tail end of last year investor fear was fueled by a Fed seemingly on automatic pilot determined to normalize rates regardless of […]