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CHUCK'S GUESTS

  • Monday, Mar 08, 2021

    Preston Caldwell

    senior equity analyst/head of U.S. economics, Morningstar

    The Big Interview

  • Monday, Mar 08, 2021

    Matt Hougan

    chief investment officer, Bitwise Investments

    The Big Interview

  • Monday, Mar 08, 2021

    Chris Manderfield

    executive vice president, KeyBank

    The Quick Take

RECENT TICKERS

  • Monday, Mar 01, 2021

    Paul Wick

    lead manager, Columbia Seligman Communications and Information Fund

    Tickers Discussed: HPQ, NTAP, ZM. PTON, ETSY, PANW, NLOK

  • Tuesday, Feb 23, 2021

    Randy Warren

    chief investment officer, Warren Financial

    Tickers Discussed: ZM, SQ, PYPL, PAYC, BKNG, TRIP; during "Quick and Dirty": LUV, FFIV, CLF, CCI, REGN, ALB, TGT

  • Monday, Feb 22, 2021

    Andy Braun

    portfolio manager, Pax Large Cap (PAXLX)

    Tickers Discussed: TT, IQV; during "Quick and Dirty": VRTX, PLD, SYY, TMUS, EQIX


CHUCK'S COLUMN


GameStop saga isn’t a tale of ‘the market’

Wednesday, Mar 03, 2021

You’ve probably heard the investing adage that “It’s not a stock market, it’s a market of stocks.” The idea is that when the market is described with adjectives like “jittery,” “booming,” “steady” or “volatile,” the experience in any individual issue may vary dramatically from that broad, average depiction. Indexes are useful barometers for the market as a whole – and are appropriate tools for investors trying to capture the average performance of a broad swath of stocks – but they don’t show the whole picture. But the market-of-stocks premise works in reverse too; the rapid, volatile movements of one stock...

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