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Sizemore in the Media
On Your Money with David Hays on Thursday, I talked headline risk, dividend companies, real estate and risk management strategies—along with my favored macro trends for investing in today’s market. Part 1 Part 2
North American users are still by far the most lucrative for Facebook in terms of revenue per user, generating more than double the revenue of European users and almost six times the revenue of Asian users. And this gap isn’t really closing just yet; in fact, it’s getting wider. This is a problem as well as an opportunity.
In my most recent appearance on Mike Robertson’s Straight Talk Money radio show this Thursday, we covered everything from the outlook for IBM (IBM) and Microsoft (MSFT) to the Fed’s effect on bond yields. Listen in to learn all about what’s happening in the markets this week.
I joined CNBC’s Bernie Lo to discuss Apple (AAPL) and IBM’s (IBM) announcement that they would be joining forces in the enterprise space. What does this move mean for Apple and its competitors?
I joined Varney & Company along with Nicole Petallides and Liz McDonald to chat about our favorite stock sectors and the dismal revised first-quarter GDP report.
“Noisy”–that’s the one word Janet Yellen used to describe inflation data last week. In this broadcast of Straight Talk Money, I joined host Mike Robertson to talk about what’s really important for individual investors to pay attention to when it comes to inflation data and fixed-income investing.
Microsoft has ditched Kinect and lowered the price of the Xbox One to compete with the PS4. Expect Sony to respond with some aggressive marketing moves of its own.
I had the pleasure of chatting with Mike Robertson of Straight Talk Money this morning about a variety of financial topics, from past money manager stumbles to the best contrarian picks for the market going forward.
Charles Sizemore joined CNBC’s Adam Bakhtiar to discuss what the new Microsoft Surface Pro tablet might mean for Microsoft’s prospects.