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Charles Lewis Sizemore, CFA has been a frequent guest on Bloomberg TV and Fox Business News, has been quoted in Barron’s Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post and is a frequent contributor to Forbes Moneybuilder, GuruFocus, MarketWatch and InvestorPlace.com.

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What To Expect In 2018
Charles discusses tax reform, the Fed and what else we should expect in 2018.
Walmart Puts Pressure On Amazon
The share buyback by Wal-Mart was a big move but competing with Amazon is a higher priority.
Hewlett Packard Has A Big Amazon Problem
Hewlett Packard Enterprise investors got some much-needed good news today, as the company beat third quarter estimates. Shares are up over 4% after hours.
On CNBC: Explosive Growth In Chinese Parcel Delivery
Emerging markets have had a really rough time over the past few years, due to weak demand from The US and Europe, slower growth in China, weak commodity prices, the threat of populist anti-trade politicians and a host of other issues.
Does Amazon Have A Rival Suitor For Whole Foods?
Could Amazon’s plans to buy Whole Foods Market be thwarted by a rival suitor? I shared my thoughts with CNBC’s Dan Murphy.
On CNBC: Yum! Brands’ Growth All About Taco Bell
Yum! Brands’ results were broadly positive, driven mostly by success at Taco Bell. EPS came in at 65 cents per share, about 8% higher than analysts’ estimates and up 17% from last year. Yum also beat revenue estimates, though by a smaller margin.
On CNBC: Goldman Tanked The Market
While the miss wasn’t that big, this is the mighty Goldman Sachs we’re talking about. Goldman is the master of the universe, and it isn’t supposed to miss. So this had the effect of taking some of the wind out of the market’s sails.
Three Stocks To Buy For Valentine’s Day
European stocks have mostly traded sideways for years, and LVMH is no exception. This stock is a play on a bounce in the euro, on European stocks in general and on an recovery in China, the world’s largest luxury consumer.
On CNBC: In An Expensive Market, Auto Stocks Are Cheap
I chatted with CNBC’s Akiko Fujita this evening about finding values in an expensive stock market. And one of the very cheapest sectors right now is Big Auto.
Starbucks Is Disrupting Fast Food Employment As We Know It
Overall, this was a very solid quarter for Starbucks, and the most profitable in the company’s history. SBUX beat analyst estimates on both top-line sales and earnings per share.
Bank Stocks: Still All About The Fed
I joined Akiko Fujita on CNBC’s The Rundown to chat about bank stocks and the Fed.
What’s Amazon’s Next Move?
I joined Newsmax’s JD Hayworth to chat about Amazon’s new convenience stores, Walmart’s pay raises and Apple’s prospects following Samsung’s exploding phone woes.
Will The Fed Start Buying Stocks?
Will the Fed really start buying stocks as Janet Yellen hinted? We discuss that possibility and what it means for the economy, retirement plans and our currency.
What’s Next For The FANG Stocks?
The FANGs have given the market a growth story that it really needed. Revenue growth in the S&P 500 has been tepid at best for years, but the FANGs, for the most part, have been growing at a blistering pace.
After Brexit: Time To Go Long The British Pound?
Even if British stocks trade sideways for several months, non-British investors would do well buying British stocks during a rally in the pound. A decent option here would be the iShares MSCI United Kingdom ETF (EWU).
Microsoft Buying LinkedIn: $26 Billion Down The Tubes?
Charles Sizemore points to Microsoft's acquisition of Skype, Nokia and aQuantive has examples of its bad track record.
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