Archive | Fort Pitt Media RSS feed for this section

« Return to blog home

CNBC logo

CNBC: Market reaches all-time highs

With the market at all-time highs, I returned to CNBC “Closing Bell” to discuss where investors can find opportunities to buy and sell, given the current rally. During the segment, I offered insight on selling overweight stocks and putting those dollars into “unloved” stocks, such as retail. With the death of the shopping mall, Urban… Continue reading →

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
Bear and Bull

The debate on Apple

I recently returned to CNBC “Closing Bell” to debate the outlook of Apple and whether investors should be bullish or bearish on the stock. During the segment, I offered my short-term insight on the tech giant and explained that the dependency on Apple products can be risky because of the lack of customer loyalty once… Continue reading →

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
CNBC logo

CNBC: Rally to Dow 20,000

Over the past several weeks, we’ve seen a rally in the stock market with the Dow Jones hovering just below 20,000 and finally, we’ve crossed the threshold. On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, I appeared on CNBC to discuss the market before and after this event. During the first of the two segments, I… Continue reading →

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
CNBC logo

CNBC: What’s to come in 2017?

On the first trading day of the year, I returned to CNBC “Closing Bell” to discuss market outlook over the next 12 months. During the segment, I weighed in on a few companies and where we see value in the market ahead. As value investors, we have a positive outlook for the retail sector. After… Continue reading →

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
CNBC logo

CNBC: Tech poised to do well in Trump presidency

This week I came back to CNBC to talk about the technology sector post-election day. While the sector has experienced a bit of a drop since Donald Trump was announced President-elect, the business of these stocks have not changed and we remain positive in regards to the sector. Also, Trump’s claims to tax and deter… Continue reading →

Leave a comment Continue Reading →