Tag Archives: MSFT

May 09

Ground Zero

By David Nelson, CFA Ground Zero – the point on the earth’s surface directly above or below an exploding nuclear bomb. 2022 has forced investors to rethink popular mega cap growth strategies that have dominated investor returns for most of the last 12 years. Of course, its outperformance coincides with a Federal Reserve quantitative easing […]

April 24

Rip Off the Band-Aid

January 26

The Fed Put Is Deep and Out of the Money

Until last night guidance has been dreadful. Fed won’t blink this time. $MSFT $AAPL $TSLA #FED

June 24

How Big is Too Big?

David joins Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo to weigh in on Microsoft joining the $2 Trillion Club

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 façade 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 […]

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

Microsoft to buy TikTok

David weighs in on the forced sale of TikTok

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 […]

June 03

Asset Class War – The Movie

David joins Fox Business anchor Charles Payne and Bank of New York Chief Strategist to weigh in on the economy and markets. David says you don’t have to sell Amazon $AMZN but…

April 29

Let’s be careful out there!

By David Nelson, CFA CMT Despite all the noise about using their new found wealth to expand CAPEX Goldman data points to stock buybacks increasing by 13% to just shy of $1Trillion for 2019. Politics aside CEOs continue to take the easy way out. Readers know my position on buybacks as being overused and often a […]