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PODCAST: A Brighter Future with Laidlaw, Episode 23 – 2Q 2020 Results Bring Estimate Increases, But Can The Fed Inoculate The Economy?

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Mega-cap tech stocks not over-priced: David Garrity on BNN

Mega-cap tech stocks have been leading the U.S. market higher and David Garrity, chief market strategist, Laidlaw Wealth Management, says they’re not over-priced, at least not yet. He says the accelerated growth that companies are enjoying make the sector a defensive portfolio holding. We also dig into the latest results from Microsoft, which Garrity says

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PODCAST: A Brighter Future with Laidlaw, Episode 21 – 2Q 2020 Earnings Season Begins Well, But Will Congress Play Ball?

Synopsis: “A Brighter Future”, Episode 21 In this episode I discuss with RICHARD CALHOUN, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management LLC, the strong start to 2Q 2020 earnings season, the chances for further COVID relief support by Congress and the Fed and other developments. The topics discussed in this episode are: While 2Q 2020 results looking

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PODCAST: A Brighter Future with Laidlaw, Episode 20 – Raising The Curtain on 2Q 2020 Earnings Season

In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the stock market set-up in advance of the 2Q 2020 earnings season and other developments with Laidlaw & Company Chief Market strategist, David Garrity. The topics discussed in this episode are: Is Tech overvalued?, Will 2Q 2020 results mark the bottom of the cycle?,

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The Unwinding Of Global Supply Chains In The Face Of Protectionism Has Significant Long-term Inflationary Implications

Netflix has good momentum into 2019, says David Garrity from CNBC. The Unwinding Of Global Supply Chains In The Face Of Protectionism Has Significant Long-term Inflationary Implications Like other global sectors, the technology sector has over time built extended global supply chains whereby components and services are procured at the highest quality and lowest price made

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David Garrity on CNBC: Wall Street’s expectations for FAANG stocks too high

Wall Street’s expectations for FAANG stocks too high, says tech analyst from CNBC. When Growth Slows & Profit Margins Narrow, Share Prices Plummet, Especially As The Fed Tightens With this morning’s 3Q18 U.S. GDP report of +3.5% growth locking the Fed into tightening interest rates further in 1Q19, high duration securities (i.e. high P/E, no-yield

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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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Many tech investors taking profits, but it’s worth being selective: GVA Research

Trouble viewing video? Try here. Should Investors Buy The Tech Sector Pull-back Or Is It A Sign Of Worse To Come? Focus on Names With Rising Profit Margins Off Increasing Sales: Coming out of the weekend, financial markets are seeing a continuation of the sell-off in the tech sector following Friday’s one-day -2.47% decline in the sector benchmark Technology

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Is the U.S. voting system prepared for a cyber attack?

If you have any trouble viewing video above, click here. Tech – Remediation Estimates of $1bn Likely To Prove Conservative, “Critical Infrastructure” Designation Would Offer Near-term Sector Windfall: For investors looking for a broad-based approach towards participating in the potential sector windfall, consider the cybersecurity ETFs CIBR (close Fri 8/5 $17.90, -10.8% off its 52-week

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GVA Research On BNN: Earnings likely to give a bounce to tech

Tech – Buying Opportunity Potential Limited By Currency War Prospects: Off the back of reassuring developments (e.g. positive U.S. Dec 2015 employment report, China limiting insider sales and scrapping circuit breakers), the burgeoning panic permeating the markets since the start of 2016 trading has momentarily dissipated and the tech sector among those advancing. The question

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