Tag Archives: Fed

November 05

Stuck Between the Fed and a Hard Place

By David Nelson, CFA On the heels of a bruising month, markets around the world put in a strong week with some of the hardest hit in Asia leading the way. There were a number factors leading the rebound including a bounce from oversold levels, short covering and some confusion surrounding potential trade talks with […]

November 04

Apple takes a bite out of the market

$AAPL #Fed #Economy

October 29

Elephant in the Room – The Movie

David sits down with CNBC News anchor Dominic Chu to discuss the market. The Fed is the Elephant in the Room

October 13

Highlights from a week to forget

In a week most investors would like to forget David sits for several interviews to discuss.

October 07

The Thrill of Victory Meets the Agony of Defeat

By David Nelson, CFA Trade and rising interest rates top the list of investor concerns as we kick off the earnings season. Banks take center stage Friday as JPMorgan (JPM), Citigroup (C ) and Wells Fargo (WFC) all report. Last week-long rates breaking to the highest levels since 2011 set the stage for a marked […]

October 04

10 year rates hit highest level since 2011

David joins CNBC anchor Brian Sullivan to discuss rates breaking out to multi-year high. Good news or bad news?

September 28

From Washington to Wall Street – Kavanaugh Fed & Markets

Early morning Thursday post the Fed decision with the Kavanaugh hearing on deck

September 26

The train has left the station

Today’s #FED decision and the my take on the new $XLC etf

May 17

The Elephant in the Room – The Movie

Covered a lot of ground this morning from BNN anchor Jon Ehrlichaman. Markets, trade, valuation and where I’ve placed my bets. Click Here for video

May 13

The Elephant in the Room

By David Nelson, CFA With earnings in the rear-view mirror what will be the next catalyst to drive returns? Last week’s performance was the best since March and for you stock chart jockeys a breakout above the descending trend line drawn from the highs of January. All in, the earnings season was about as good […]