Tag Archives: TLT

January 05

2021 – Day 1

Click here for video David joins TD Ameritrade Network anchor Oliver Resnick to weigh in on the first day of trading for 2021.

November 30

What to expect for markets as we close out 2020

David weighs in on the markets and what to expect as we head into 2021

October 26

Biggest risk for the market – It’s not what you think

The truth rarely lives on the extremes. Unless we’re about to unwind hundreds of years of economic data and history, long term equity returns are driven by earnings, cash flow, dividends and revenue in that order

August 19

Bonds in a Bubble

By David Nelson, CFA CMT On the heels of an 800-point plunge in the DOW Wednesday, stocks regained their footing closing out the week on a positive note. Friday’s bounce helped us enjoy the weekend but not enough to wash away some of the negative headlines that hang over the market like a dark cloud. […]

August 18

Around the World in 2 Minutes Redux

Two minute highlight reel from a week that felt like a ride on the the Coney Island Cyclone

August 18

Worst Day of the Year

David joins the TD Ameritrade Network in New York’s Times Square to discuss an 800 point decline in the DOW.

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?

April 18

CNBC – The R Word

David sits down with the CNBC panel including Melissa Lee, Michelle Caruso Cabrerra and Brian Sullivan to discuss his article posted Monday.

January 09

Where are the bears?

By David Nelson, CFA The battle between Bulls & Bears was raging long before the Buttonwood Agreement was signed by 24 brokers in 1792 looking to establish a commission rate to charge clients. Some consider the event the early beginnings of the New York Stock Exchange. Most investors know the long term prevailing trend for […]

November 20

What CEOs will do with the cash – You’re not going to like it

By David Nelson, CFA While it may feel like the Trump Rally has exploded out of control we’re still at levels we’ve been flirting with since the dog days of summer. The S&P 500 (SPY) is up a little less than 2% from Election Day. The real story has been the rotation in and out […]