Earlier this week, we were hit with yet another winter storm here outside of the Washington, D.C., area, and, true to form, many things came to a girding halt. We also had the annual treat that is “Uncle” Warren Buffett’s annual letter to shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway.
That’s right, this PowerTalk is another soup to nuts conversation on where mobile is today and where it is going.
As part of my normal, everyday data-point gathering, I read, peruse and examine a slew of articles, websites and financial reports. The strategy is to string together enough data points to have a cohesive view not only of what’s going on, but what is more than likely to happen in the coming months.
On PowerTalk, we’ve approached cybersecurity from a number of angles, but no matter how you slice it, we all know the threat of cyber attacks is growing as we become an increasingly connected society.
The 2014 version of the market will reward good stock pickers but leave other people unfulfilled. That situation means not only rolling up your sleeves to do your homework, but also understanding which industries will continue to flourish and which will start to peter out.
When I take a step back and see how increasingly reliant we are on mobile technology , it looks more and more akin to electricity or water… it’s becoming a greater part of our lives, something you can’t live without.
Whether you choose to live off of those dividend payments or reinvest them to help grow your wealth and investing capital, monthly, quarterly or annual dividend payments are an added bonus for investors, but there are other reasons to be bullish when it comes to dividend investors.
Joining me on PowerTalk this week to discuss the recent pullback in the stock market and where it is likely to head, both in the near term and longer term, is my good friend Keith Bliss.
The current stock market situation boils down to people being once again worried about growth.
It was a pleasure talking with Fox Business’ Lou Dobbs; he’s both a gentlemen and a scholar.