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A unique lineup of financial news and education programs, all available to stream without a subscription. Watch industry experts track market action and interpret how it may apply to your investment portfolio. Get real-time insights, commentary, and exclusive access to CEOs, analysts, and market experts. Empowering Every Investor and Trader. Every Market Day.
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The markets got caught a bit flat footed by the changes to the Dot Plot and the Fed's hawkish tone, says Tim Holland of Orion Advisor Solutions. It seems markets think this spike in prices is transitory and we think that's right, he adds. He expects greater volatility when the Fed starts to move, so be broadly diversified. He thinks economic data, inflation, and the employment numbers are going to be the things to watch as we recovery. He is watching the JOLTS number.
Quantum-Si (QSI) is a life science company that is pioneering the next-generation of semiconductor chip-based proteomics. Dr. Jonathan Rothberg, Founder and Executive Chairman of Quantum-Si, gives a company overview while highlighting the importance of understanding DNA sequencing. Quantum-Si began trading on the NASDAQ last week. Tune in to find out more.
Adobe (ADBE) earnings report was strong. Adobe is a high quality name with a strong moat, says Dan Romanoff of Morningstar. Morningstar raised its price target to $569 from $520. Dan sees strength in all segments and all geographies regarding quarterly results.
The E3 Conference, a video game trade event, wrapped up this week. Andrew Uerkwitz, Equity Analyst at Jefferies, reviews the main takeaways from the conference. He discusses various video game stocks such as Activision Blizzard Inc. (ATVI), whose shares are relatively flat year-to-date, Electronic Arts (EA), whose shares are down more than 1% year-to-date, and Take-Two (TTWO), whose shares are down more than 17% year-to-date. He also goes over investor takeaways from the event. Tun in to find out more.
Solid Power is a producer of all-solid-state rechargeable batteries for electric vehicles and mobile power markets. Here to give a company overview is Doug Campbell, Co-Founder and CEO of Solid Power. Solid power is going to go public via SPAC merger and will trade on NASDAQ under the symbol “SLDP.” It will combine is Decarbonization Plus Acquisition Corp. III (DCRC) and some notable backers of Solid Power are Ford Motor Co. (F) and BMW (BMWYY). Tune in to find out more.
David Dietze says stocks are struggling to claw back losses a day after the Fed raised its inflation forecast. Plus, taper could start sooner-than-expected. He says the Fed has lost some credibility by revising its forecast materially, but the real question is whether the recovery from the pandemic is on track.
David Darst remains constructive for the remainder of the year, with upside gains likely to be more limited. He expects the volatility will increase, but is focused on quality and portfolio upgrading. His current stock picks are Newmont, Johnson and Johnson, UPS, and Whirlpool.
PDS Biotech (PDSB) is a clinical-stage immunotherapy company that has a growing pipeline of cancer immunotherapies and infectious disease vaccines. Frank Bedu-Addo, President and CEO of PDS Biotech, gives an overview of PDS Biotech, highlighting its new cancer drug, Versamune, which effectively delivers disease-specific antigens for in vivo uptake and processing. Tune in to find out more.
The Fed votes 11-0 for no change in the Fed rate. Jim Bianco, President of Bianco Research LLC, talks about the FOMC meeting and the announcements that were made. He discusses how the Fed sees higher inflation on transitory factors as well as the change in real GDP to 7% in 2021 from 6.5%. Tune in to find out more information about the Fed’s decisions.
The FDA has approved Biogen’s (BIIB) Alzheimer’s drug. Brad Loncar, CEO of Loncar Investments, talks about the impact of the Biogen drug approval as well as the recent activity in the health care sector. He also discusses how Biogen’s treatment compares to others in the pipeline and what he believes is the next catalyst in the health care sector. Tune in to find out more.
Arbor Realty Trust (ABR) is one of the best performing Mortgage REITs. They have had nine consecutive years of dividend growth. The outlook for the 2021 housing market is really, really strong and I think it will trend in 2022, says Ivan Kaufman, CEO of Arbor Realty Trust. He thinks lumber will come back to the right levels come September, but labor has been scarce. He feels after "the last hoorah" of the summer, the housing market will come back to normal with supply, labor, and lumber more in line around September.
We're in the midst of one of the strongest digital economy growths ever says Taylor Schreiner from Adobe Digital Insights who explains that e-commerce sales have been strong throughout the U.S. economy's reopening. Online spending in the U.S. reached $73.5B in May, which represents 58% growth over the past two years. Schreiner also talks about the leader of the e-commerce sector, Amazon (AMZN), ahead of its summer sales event Amazon Prime Day that takes place on June 21 and 22.
WM Technology (MAPS) operates Weedmaps, which is an online listing marketplace for cannabis customers and businesses. Chris Beals, CEO of WM Technology, Inc., discusses the company outlook and what’s ahead in 2021. He talks about how WM Technology began trading today on the NASDAQ and has generated $162M of revenue for the year. Tune in to find out more.
The tech sector has recently rallied; here to talk about this is Michael Robinson, Chief Technology Strategist at Money Map Press. He discusses long-term tech investments to watch as well as looking at the Select Spector SPDR Trust Technology ETF (XLK). He then explains his current bullish tech picks which include Nvidia (NVDA), Shopify (SHOP), and Square (SQ). Tune in to find out more.
Oracle’s (ORCL) 4Q EPS is $1.54 versus an estimated $1.31. John Freeman, Vice President of Equity Research at CFRA recaps today’s Oracle earnings report. He discusses the progress it has made, such as its 4Q revenue coming in at $11.20B versus an estimated $11.07B as well as, what investors have learned from the report. He then talks about what he believes the future holds for Oracle. Tune in to find out more.
Streaming is here to stay and grow, says D.R. Barton, Principal of Woodshaw Financial Group. He and Tuna Amobi, Director of Senior Equity Strategist of CFRA Research discuss the outlook for the streaming sector. They discuss Amazon (AMZN), AT&T (T), Comcast (CMCSA), Discovery (DISCA), Netflix (NFLX), and Walt Disney (DIS). They also talk about the expectations for mergers and acquisitions in the media space. Finally, they evaluate the first year of Apple TV+ (AAPL).
“Meme” stocks are rising and falling for no discernible reason other than the whims of the so-called investors, says George Schultze, Founder of Schultze Asset Management. He discusses investment lessons from the “meme” stocks including finding a fair valuation for AMC Entertainment (AMC). He also talks about the impact AMC and GameStop (GME) have on the Russell 2000 rebalance, and whether or not the “meme” stock trend is here to stay.
Chris Wasserman discusses the four major indices with the Nasdaq-100 on pace to close at a record high. He breaks down his tech picks, which as Texas Instruments and Broadcom, as well as his energy names, including Newmont, Oneok and Chevron.
They like consumer staples and healthcare sectors for dividends, says Robertino Coury of The Coury Firm. He looks for companies with their yield attractive relative to other companies in the respective sector. They also look for consistency in dividend history and free cash flow per share compared to dividend per share.
FedEx (FDX) is one of the best companies in the logistics group, says Erin Gibbs of Gibbs Wealth Management. She says it has steady, stable growth, higher profits, and is reasonably priced. She would avoid Doordash (DASH) and Grubhub (GRUB). She discusses Lyft (LYFT) and Uber (UBER), saying that Lyft has beat on the top and bottom lines in the last two quarters, but sees Uber as the company for long-term growth.
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Jamie Kurisunkal Jacob

Mattel is finally bringing life into their brands and expanding it into modern times via Netflix and films. I look forward into researching more about its stock.

Apr 24th
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