Kingsview CIO Scott Martin discusses the Johnson & Johnson news, and how it will serve as a “shot in the arm” to the markets, as social permeation of the vaccines wil help markets reach all-time highs. He also discusses why commodities like silver and gold are something to hold in a portfolio.
Kingsview CIO Scott Martin discusses whether raising the federal minimum wage will help or harm the job market- and what it might mean for small and medium businesses’ bottom line.
Kingsview CIO Scott Martin talks about Jeff Bezos’ surprise exit as Amazon CEO, plus the possibility of an Amazon breakup and what that might mean for shareholders.
Kingsview CIO Scott Martin discusses Elizabeth Warren’s Wealth Tax, the cost of enforcing it, and how the logistics would impair the U.S. economic growth picture. He also talks about last week’s market and describes how the individual investor platforms cut off liquidity, preventing those who needed to “get out of the way” the most from doing so.
CIO Scott Martin discusses shorted stocks, and how individual investors are being shut off from liquidity and trapped in trades they might otherwise have sold.
CIO Scott Martin discusses the back-to-work dilemma and whether employees who are technically able to return to work but choose not to should receive unemployment compensation. Is “available and looking for work” still one of the requirements for unemployment benefits?
Kingsview SVP Paul Nolte discusses supply and demand in the the surging trade of silver. He also talks about manufacturing numbers, the effects of vaccination levels on consumer confidence, and market expectations for 2021. Lastly, he discusses how impeachment proceedings might impact the market.
Kingsview CIO Scott Martin discusses bailouts and the collateral damage for those who have extended leverage. He shares thoughts on the 30-day shut down of GME, and whether turning off liquidity is the way to fix things.
Kingsview CIO Scott Martin discusses what happens to stocks after they go through a mammoth “short squeeze” and the likelihood of longevity. He gives thoughts on which companies are reinventing themselves, and what that means for ownership for individual investors.