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Fidelity Investments has joined its major competitors in offering zero-commission online trades as the brokerage industry continues its low-fee makeover.
Joining us on the show is Eric Marshall, a Portfolio Manager at Hodges Capital, who gives us his tips on what investors should do in a low interest rate environment.
A new report shows the U.S. is less competitive than it was a year ago after Singapore knocks it out of the top spot as the world’s most competitive economy. Is the U.S. losing its competitive edge and should investors be worried? More now to talk about this is Michael Yoshikami, Founder & CEO at Destination Wealth Management.
On Sept. 27, Google turned 21. The tech giant has a lot to celebrate after more than two decades in business: It’s one of the world’s most visited websites and its name is so popular it’s been deemed a verb in the English dictionary (No, seriously — Google it!).
Joining us on the show are two money managers: Nancy Tengler, who’s a Chief Investment Strategist at Tengler Wealth Management and John Petrides, a Portfolio Manager at Tocqueville Asset Management, who give us their pointers of what they’re watching on Wall Street with all of this market volatility.
Recession fears have been dragging down the markets, but PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston says the consumer is still healthy.
On Tuesday, stocks fell sharply for the second straight day marking a rocky two-day start for the quarter. Bob Pisani has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.
With the recent market-sell off seen on Wall Street in the past couple of days, what does this mean for the rest of October? Joining us on the show is Alicia Levine, who’s a Chief Strategist at BNY Mellon, with her analysis.
Joining us on the show is Jenny Harrington, CEO & Portfolio Manager at Gilman Hill Asset Management, who gives us her perspective on what long term investors should do with this recent market volatility.
Charles Schwab cuts commissions to zero which is good for investors but it comes at a cost for asset managers. Joining us on the show to talk about how this would impact the industry is Phil Blancato, CEO at Ladenburg Thalmann Asset Management.
Charles Schwab said on Tuesday that it is ending commissions for online trading in U.S. stocks, exchange-traded funds and options, the culmination of a years-long fee battle in the brokerage industry.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s recent surge has some on Wall Street predicting she will unseat former Vice President Joe Biden as the Democratic front-runner and they are getting clients ready for the chance she wins the presidency with investment recommendations.
October is traditionally a volatile time of the year for the markets. What can we expect with Q3 earnings? Mark Luschini, Chief Investment Strategist at Janney Montgomery Scott, gives us his perspective.
The 3rd quarter saw trade clashes and recession signals but that didn’t start the market from staying within reach of all-time highs. Bob Pisani is at the New York Stock Exchange with a preview of what October may bring to investors.
Chinese companies do not deserve to be listed on the U.S. stock exchange if they don’t adhere to the same standards as every American company, said hedge fund manager and Hayman Capital Management founder Kyle Bass.