This week on Straight Talk Money, Mike Robertson and I talked about everything from the wide-reaching effects of Apple to bitcoins and emerging markets. Tune in to hear the latest.
Sizemore in the Media
I chatted with CNBC’s Bernie Lo about Netflix’s (NFLX) 4th quarter earnings. Netflix is a revolutionary company that beat expectations in every way a company can–but the company faces several challenges that make its stock an unattractive investment.
Frontier markets present a unique opportunity for investors to see big returns in 2014. Is it time for you to focus on emerging markets? If so, how and where is the best place to put your money? Charles Sizemore provides insights and advice on his top pick for this game-changing trend.
In my most recent conversation with Mike Robertson on the Straight Talk Money show, we covered some interesting topics I think many investors are wondering about as we start the year.
J.C. Penney faces an uphill battle for survival after a series of CEO debacles. Can Mike Ullman save the company who at one time was on the cutting edge of catalog sales? Or is it all too little, too late?
At the market close of Twitter’s highly speculative IPO, I discussed with the CNBC team why the stock hit an amazing high of 45 times trailing earnings, as well as my expectations and thoughts on when and how to invest if you choose to put your money in this media revolution.
I joined Mike Robertson this morning to discuss the Fed’s announcement and what it means for tapering, inflation, and the stock market on Straight Talk Money. You can listen to the audio in the embedded player above.
In Part II of today’s show, listen to Charles discuss investing in Turkey, emerging markets, gold, and more with Mike Robertson and Peggy Tuck on Straight Talk Money radio.
Watch Charles Sizemore chat with CNBC’s Oriel Morrison about the Japanese markets and the potential for a full-blown capital markets meltdown.
Charles Sizemore shares his thoughts on Netflix and its business model to the E-Commerce Times’ Erika Morphy.