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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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David Garrity on Bloomberg: Facebook Will Get Share Boost From Campaign Spending

David Garrity, Chief Market Strategist for Laidlaw & Co, and Partner at BTblock, discusses Big Media tech earnings. Hosted by Lisa Abramowicz and Paul Sweeney. To listen to replay, please click here. AAPL Results Show Return To iPhone Growth With iPhone11, Coming 5G Model Bolsters Outlook Out after last night’s close were solid results from

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David Garrity on Bloomberg: Regulation Threatens Facebook’s ’Zero’ Cost of Data

We call Amazon, Facebook and Alphabet/Google “non-Tech Tech” because all three are clearly Technology companies but none are actually in the S&P Technology sector. The first is in the Consumer Discretionary bucket and the latter 2 appear as the top weightings in Communication Services. Whatever you want to call these mega-cap disruptors, they have an

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CNBC Closing Bell: “Big Tech” Breakup Proposals on 2020 U.S. Presidential Election Radar

Video replay from CNBC. “Big Tech” Breakup Proposals on 2020 U.S. Presidential Election Radar Last Friday 3/8/19 Senator Elizabeth Warren (Democrat, MA) as part of her 2020 Presidential election bid put forth a proposal that would result in substantial controls and possible break-up being imposed on tech companies with revenues in excess of $25bn with

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David Garrity on Bloomberg: Amazon Is Poised To Replace Facebook In Ad Dominance

Facebook earnings and outlook–and why Amazon may have the advantage in the advertising front. To listen to replay, click here. FB 4Q18 Results An Upside Blowout, But Time To Remind Management They Are Living Inside Others’ Platforms FB 4Q18 results blew past expectations (Revs $16.91bn (Street $16.39bn), EPS $2.38 (Street $2.18)) that had been tempered

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Bloomberg Interview: Facebook Is A Media Company At Risk Of Being Regulated

David Garrity, Chief Market Strategist for Laidlaw & Co. Ltd, on Facebook’s corporate governance and the outlook for COO Sheryl Sandberg. Hosted by Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz. Click here to listen to interview. Sector Pullback Only Profit-taking Or A Signal With Broader Implications? Since Fed Chair Powell’s 10/3/18 comments on neutral interest rate policy,

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David Garrity on CNBC: There’s still some clouds hanging over Facebook

Garrity: There’s still some clouds hanging over Facebook from CNBC. With Room To Raise 3Q18 Estimates, Look For Tech Sector To Continue To Provide Market Leadership As 2Q18 earnings season has kicked off, it is useful to quickly assess the attainability of current Street estimates in an effort to see whether analyst estimates will increase

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The Underpinnings For Facebook Weaken Over Time: David Garrity on Bloomberg

To listen to replay, click here. With Room To Raise 3Q18 Estimates, Look For Tech Sector To Continue To Provide Market Leadership As 2Q18 earnings season has kicked off, it is useful to quickly assess the attainability of current Street estimates in an effort to see whether analyst estimates will increase following the release of results.

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Spotify’s success comes from their focus on content: Garrity

David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research joins BNN live in the studio with his insights on the day’s top tech headlines SPOT IPO Opening Likely To Offer Discordant Movements With today’s direct listing IPO on the NYSE, albeit one assisted by Goldman Sachs, Spotify (SPOT) will break from the traditional IPO process in which companies

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GVA Research on BNN: Facebook and Cambridge Analytica

Zuckerberg’s operative principle at Facebook has been “move fast & break things”. Clearly, given the scale Facebook has attained with 1bn+ active users, this has now carries significant social implications. Can Zuckerberg with Facebook at scale act with the necessary probity and maturity required to ensure Facebook is a responsible organization? With majority voting control

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