Category Archives: TV and Radio Appearances

Bloomberg Markets AM: David Garrity on Facebook Ads

To listen to the broadcast, click here. (Interview starts at 1 min 30 seconds). GUEST: David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, on  Facebook Inc. turning over to Congress 3,000 ads purchased by groups linked to Russia that were designed to disrupt the 2016 U.S. election.

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Russia-linked ads mean greater costs, more regulation for Facebook: David Garrity on BNN

Having trouble viewing video? Click here. Facebook Has Come Full Circle On Enabling Russian Disinformation Campaign During 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, Full-scale Regulation Looms: September 2017 has been a month of accelerating disclosures around Russian hacking during the 2016 presidential election. The month started with Facebook in closed door Congressional testimony on Wed 9/6/17 admitting to

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David Garrity weighs on the $AAPL launch event and Blockchain on Yahoo Finance’s “The Final Round”

David Garrity weighs on the AAPL launch event on The Final Round Click image above or watch full replay here. (See 17 min  15 sec  for discussion of iPhone X name, and at 44 minutes very interesting discussion around Bitcoin and Blockchain technology)

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Tech stocks de-FAANGed & Investing in Bitcoin?

Having trouble viewing video? Click here. BNN: Is the dip in the FAANGs is likely going to be short-lived? GVA Research: With economic growth prospects remaining subdued and broader inflation statistics relatively quiescent, investors are likely to remain interested in stocks where exposure to growth can be obtained at a reasonable price. In this regard,

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GVA’s Garrity: Tech Investors Should Look At Apple Over Amazon

Bloomberg Markets AM with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz. GUEST: David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research and columnist at Investopedia, on Amazon disappointing, this week’s tech earnings highlights, and outlook for the sector. Listen to the replay here. AMZN 2Q17 Results Reflect Profit Margin Pressure From Heavy Investment Spending, Will Margins Expand in 2H17?: While AMZN

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Alphabet drops after reporting lower Q2 profit on huge EU fine

Having trouble viewing the video? Click here. GOOGL 2Q17 Results Reflect Impact of EC Fine, But Should Show Steady Growth: While GOOGL continues to realize steady growth in its core advertising operations (Google sites +21.7% y/y), investors are slightly concerned about the potential longer-run impact of the EC investigation into whether GOOGL’s practices are anti-competitive.

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David Garrity on BNN: Alexa’s passive data mining key to Amazon’s growth #AlexaListens

Having trouble playing video? Click here.  AMZN Feeds Bottomless Appetite For Consumer Data With WFMI Acquisition, Alexa is Listening: Last week’s announcement that AMZN will acquire WFMI for $13.4bn carries implications for multiple sectors of the economy, not just high-end grocery retailing. At heart, with the WFMI transaction, AMZN is moving forward in its experimentation

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David Garrity on BNN: Growing Waves of Cyberattacks On Widening Networks of Connected Devices Should Drive Shift to Secure Decentralized Networks

Trouble loading video? Try here. A chrome-plated briefcase packed with unmarked bills is the typical image used in the movies to pay a ransom. But when it comes to ransomware like the WannaCry Trojan horse released over the last week, the method of payment is decidedly high tech. David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, looks at

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David Garrity on CNBC Fast Money: Facebook sinks on earnings

David Garrity GVA Research CEO breaks down the the latest on Facebook earnings.

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David Garrity Bloomberg Radio: Twitter Earnings

Today David joined Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz on Bloomberg Radio to discuss Twitter. You can listen to the replay here. Tech – 1Q17 Earnings Season Underway This Week The U.S. technology sector reporting season kicked off last week with NFLX (Mon 1/17) and IBM (Wed 4/19). Results from both missed Street expectations and subsequent

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