23 Amazing Guests - My heartfelt thanks to these CEOs, entrepreneurs and thinkers propelling our world forward. This is their story in their words… our best podcast moments of 2020. It’s a good reminder that our north star of American Ingenuity burns bright.
Sharing & Saving - Vitality Insurance will buy you an iWatch if you send them your health data… and they’ll cut your premiums by 10%. Good deal or an affront to privacy? CEO Adrian Gore explains how it works and why customers love it. We discuss the emerging partnership between doctors, insurers and patients.
Recover & Rebuild - Harvard Business School graduates are teaming up with small business owners in NYC to share their expertise, and data scientist Sharon Joseph explains how even free programs like Google Analytics can make all the difference in connecting with customers.
What Happens After You Hit Send - Text messaging and group chat platforms generate $5 billion annually, with 20% growth projected through 2025… but are they secure? DatChat Founder/CEO Darin Myman says no, and he thinks encrypted communication across blockchain may offer our only solution.
Hand Sanitizer for Your Nose - A private company called Halodine has created a revolutionary nasal spray that kills the Covid virus on contact. The NFL distributes this product to its players, and Ophthalmologist/Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Jesse Pelletier joins us to explain how it works.
Technically Speaking - CBOE founding member Judd Hirschberg shares his updated Q4 targets, alerts and inflection points on key US stocks and indicies. Judd’s research is driven by five decades of proprietary models that prioritize long-term relationships across asset classes. He is highly respected among the Chicago futures trading community, and you can learn more at WhiteWaveTradingStrategies.com
Attention Stock Pickers: Today we’re talking high-growth, small-cap stocks with Laird Bieger and Randy Gwirtzman of the Baron Discovery Fund. They’re up significantly this year and share some their favorite picks.
Chef/Owner Giuseppe Bruno employs 130 at his three New York restaurants, including Food & Wine World Top 20 finalist Sistina. Covid has wreaked havoc on his business, but he’s putting white table cloths on the sidewalk and refusing to quit. That's American Ingenuity.
Empowerment - Dream Exchange launches as the country's first minority-owned stock exchange focused on funding minority-owned businesses. Thirteen years in the planning, Co-founders Joe Cecala and Bill Ellison join us to celebrate the moment and share their sense of mission.
Neil Grossman managed trillions for Norges Bank, the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund. Now Neil makes wine, and we’re paying a visit to his vineyard. From stimulus and rates, to grape juice and sunshine. Our conversation in the vines.
More Please - Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is presiding over the largest government intervention in history… $3T of bond-buying and added liquidity since March alone. It’s great for stock prices, but what’s really happening? Long-time Fed-watcher and macro strategist Peter Tchir of Academy Securities explains.
Kenny practically defined the New York Stock Exchange... a larger than life Italian kid from upstate who arrived in the 70s and hit it big. Chapter Two is Kace Capital Advisors in Florida. As always, he's fired up.
Trading Volatility - The CBOE has just reopened its trading floor, and veteran VIX trader Mark Sebastian of OptionPit.com joins us to share some of his favorite “vol” trades... including a few option ideas for our Bullseye picks.
Déjà Vu? - Former SAC trader and DataTrek Founder Nick Colas shares data-driven observations about the Great Depression, and they're eerily relevant today. From corporate profits to worker productivity, and even human behavior. Déjà vu all over again? You’ll get the link at noon.
Life After Basketball - San Antonio Spurs legend David Robinson and his Goldman trained partner Daniel Bassichis have built a highly successful real estate investment firm called Admiral Capital. Today, their take on adapting to a post-corona world, from rethinking office space to helping communities rebuild.
Family office pioneer Rick Pitcairn of Pitcairn Inc. returns to share his annual outlook. Rick is an exceptional steward of family wealth, serving some of the country’s wealthiest families. His perspective is thoughtful, measured and unique.
Frank Sorrentino is the Founder and CEO of New Jersey-based ConnectOne Bancorp. His team of community bankers have already issued $400M in new loans under the government’s largest-ever direct stimulus program, and I want to know how it’s going.
Will Nutting introduces US companies to UK investors as Managing Director of Equity Sales for Stifel Nicolaus Ltd. His enthusiasm for growth stocks is infectious, and I want to get a sense for how global investors perceive what’s happening here at home. Will is a former British Army officer and a wonderful friend.
My friend Chris Verrone of Strategas Research Partners calls himself a technical strategist for fundamental investors, and he's especially good at spotting changes in trend. I read his report every morning, and I am thrilled to share his perspective with you. He thinks markets are sending an important message that the worst is over, and we should selectively buy emerging new leaders.
From stone-washed denim in the 80s, to bio-fuels in the 90s, and now a potential cure for Corona, CEO Mark Emalfarb of Dyadic Int'l Inc. (DYAI) has long championed using fast-growing fungal cells to develop biologic solutions at a massive scale... with significant cost-savings. I call it American Ingenuity in the service of humanity. Tune in for:
Imagine owning a hard asset which has risen in value 95 of the last 100 years, pays a 5% dividend and has no correlation to the stock market. Interesting, right? It's called peace of mind, and large pension funds are big buyers. My friend Edward Hargroves of Goldcrest Farm Trust explains.
DataTrek Founder Nick Colas synthesizes what everyone at Davos was talking about… 5G will transform human interaction and create huge opportunity, but cost WAY more than expected and take longer to install. Plus, some of Nick's highlights for who to watch.
He made some great calls at the start of last year, so Michael Purves joins us again with his predictions for 2020, and insights on our recent economic cycles.