No one is a bigger long-term tech zealot than me, but I’d tread carefully in the sector now. I think that we need to blow more froth off these stretched tech stock valuations.
This week, Independent Solutions Wealth Management’s Investment Committee members, Dan Neiman, and Paul Meeks share with Wealth Management Magazine their outlook for the remainder of the year 2020 in the featured article titled “Transitioning Portfolios to Business 2.0”.
The Nasdaq is coming off its 31st record close of the year, shy of 11,000, Paul Meeks, CFA looks for stock market warning signs that could affect the tech industry.
On August 3, I appeared on Bloomberg TV for the first time in long time. (Sidebar: I was offered an anchor job there after I left Merrill in 2002. I almost accepted it.)
I was on “Trading Nation” on July 31. I appear on this segment every month. It was timely because it came the day after tech giants GOOGL, FB, AAPL, & AMZN reported their blowout quarterly earnings.
Paul Meeks joined Cheddar to discuss the big tech antitrust hearing that Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, and Facebook CEOs held on Capitol Hill.
This past Wednesday, Twitter had a major breach in its security system that lead to many high-profile accounts being hacked. Public figures, executives, and celebrities accounts were all effected as bitcoin scam tweets poured from their profiles. But what does this mean for the TWTR stock?
The stock market has seen its fair share of ups and downs since the start of 2020. However, one industry continues to dominate, despite the ever-volatile market and that’s the tech sector.
The Facebook Ads Boycott has been a topic of discussion in recent news. Over 400 companies have decided to pull it’s advertising
2020 has been a crazy year full of ups and downs. However, Independent Solutions Wealth Management would like to share some great news.