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PODCAST: A Brighter Future Episode #14 – A Rising Tide of Liquidity

Hello and welcome to another episode of “A Brighter Future” Laidlaw & Co’s Podcast Series. I’m Rick Calhoun CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management and I am fortunate again to be joined by David Garrity, Chief Market Strategist for Laidlaw & Co. Good morning, David, I trust you had a nice holiday weekend even though the

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PODCAST: A Brighter Future Episode #13 – Can The Fed Save The Economy?

  Hello and Welcome to another episode of “A Brighter Future” Laidlaw & Co’s Podcast Series. I’m Rick Calhoun CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management and I am fortunate again to be joined by David Garrity, Chief Market Strategist for Laidlaw & Co. Good Morning David – another beautiful spring weekend. What was on the bar

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Podcast: A BRIGHTER FUTURE, with Laidlaw Episode #12

  Hello and Welcome to another episode of “A Brighter Future” Laidlaw & Co’s Podcast Series. I’m Rick Calhoun CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management and I am fortunate again to be joined by David Garrity, Chief Market Strategist for Laidlaw & Co. Good Morning David – I trust you had a nice weekend although you

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Stockmarket To Not Re-test 3/23/20 Low As Fed “Put” In Place, Global WFH Shift Boosts Cybersecurity’s Importance.

Hello and Welcome to another episode of “A Brighter Future” Laidlaw & Co’s Podcast Series. I’m Rick Calhoun CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management and I am fortunate again to be joined by David Garrity, Chief Market Strategist for Laidlaw & Co. Good Morning David. I hope you had nice weekend and were able to get

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David Garrity on Bloomberg: Google, Facebook Are ’Best Houses In Bad Neighborhood’

Current Thoughts On The Market with S&P500 Down -16% Versus Wed 2/19 High Apart from the fact that 26mm Americans are filing for unemployment benefits, things are not that bad from a market perspective. Thanks to the massive and relatively rapid monetary and fiscal policy response, COVID has not taken the S&P 500 down as

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PODCAST: A Brighter Future with David Garrity & Rick Calhoun – Episode 10

To listen in Spotify, click here. Transcript: Hello and welcome to another episode of “A Brighter Future” Laidlaw & Co’s Podcast Series. I’m Rick Calhoun CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management and I am fortunate again to be joined by David Garrity, Chief Market Strategist for Laidlaw & Co. Good Morning, David. Thank you again for

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Podcast: A BRIGHTER FUTURE, with Laidlaw, Episode #9 with David Garrity

Laidlaw “A Brighter Future” Podcast 1. Putting together this week’s episode, I was reminded of the famous opening paragraph from Charles Dickens’ novel, “A Tale of Two Cities,” – “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times” and I think our listeners would agree. On the “best of times” front, we

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Podcast: A BRIGHTER FUTURE, with Laidlaw – Episode #8 Laidlaw Five with David Garrity

“Laidlaw Five” Podcast – Monday 4/13/20 . Click here to listen to replay. 1. We had a holiday shortened week that produced a +12% move up in the S&P 500, +13% for the Dow and +11% for the NASDAQ. So, is that an “All Clear” for investors or is this one those “Rip Your Face

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A BRIGHTER FUTURE, with Laidlaw – Episode #7 Laidlaw Five with David Garrity

To listen to podcast, click here. “Laidlaw Five” Podcast – Monday 4/6/20 – SCRIPT. 1. QUESTION: After last week’s developments (e.g. March 2020 Employment Report, Oil Price Spike, COVID-19 Coronavirus (“COVID19”) spread), what are the near-term factors driving the markets? ANSWER: Right now, there are estimates that the U.S. economy is operating at 75% of

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Podcast – A BRIGHTER FUTURE, with Laidlaw: Episode #6 – Laidlaw Five with David Garrity

To listen to the podcast, click here. 1) David it seemed like last week lasted a year instead of 5 business days, but this time last Monday when we spoke I don’t think either of us could have predicted what would unfold. That day, S&P broke thru the 2200 level and the markets had their

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