CIO Scott Martin Interviewed on Fox Business News

Neil Cavuto interviews Scott Martin, CIO, on Fox Business News on US Pension Funds.

CIO Scott Martin Interviewed on Fox Business News

Stuart Varney interviews CIO Scott Martin on Fox Business News on the current markets and gold prices.

CIO Scott Martin Interviewed on Fox Business News

Chief Investment Office Scott Martin is interviewed on Fox Business News After the Bell on the worse day of 2019 for the markets.

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CIO Scott Martin Interviewed on Fox Business News

Neil Cavuto interviews Chief Investment Officer Scott Martin on the currency war with China.

CIO Scott Martin Interviewed on Fox Business News

Fox Business News Stuart Varney interviews CIO Scott Martin on the markets, Facebook and Netflix.

CIO Scott Martin Interviewed on Fox Business News

Fox Business News interviews Chief Investment Officer Scott Martin on Alphabet and Amazon.

SVP Paul Nolte Interviewed on TD Ameritrade Network

TD Ameritrade Network interviewed SVP and Portfolio Manager Paul Nolte on the markets reaction to the GDP, crude oil and OPEC.

SVP Paul Nolte Interviewed on WGN Radio’s The Opening Bell

Steve Grzanich on The Opening Bell interviews SVP Paul Nolte on the current markets, the economy and the fed.

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SVP Paul Nolte Interviewed by Reuters

Senior Vice President Paul Nolte is interviewed by Reuters on the global market and economic growth.

“GDP growth was not fabulously good and not fabulously bad. It builds a case for the Fed to cut rates by 25 basis points and then sit on the sidelines for the remainder of this year,” said Paul Nolte, portfolio manager at Kingsview Asset Management in Chicago.”

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SVP Paul Nolte Interviewed by Reuters

Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager Paul Nolte speaks with Reuters on the current markets.

“That’s been the M.O. for earnings for a while,” said Paul Nolte, portfolio manager at Kingsview Asset Management in Chicago. “The financial engineering such as buybacks and cost-cutting continues to go on, and that’s why you’re seeing these beats, while the top-line growth is constrained by a slowdown in global growth in general.”

Corporate results are increasingly pointing to an economic slowdown in the midst of a protracted trade war between the United States and China, which should encourage the U.S. Federal Reserve to cut interest rates next Wednesday for the first time in a decade.

“Investors are waiting for our ECB counterpart next week when (Fed) chairman Powell makes his statement and see how that sets us up for the rest of the year,” Nolte added.”

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