Sheaff Brock provides brief (3 to 6 minutes long) video shorts reviewing current market trends and their potential impact, which are not intended to be taken as investment advice. Please see the disclosure at the bottom of this page.
With headlines scaring investors about potential tax increases ahead, Sheaff Brock CIO Dave Gilreath recounts history to show that tax increases don't affect prices long-term and earnings are what drives stock prices.
Dave Gilreath talks about Bitcoin, Crypto, and NFTs to interested investors, explaining what these new currencies are, why they started, and how they work.
Dave Gilreath looks at the history of market corrections during both bull and bear markets in anticipation of what might lie ahead.
Dave Gilreath makes historical comparisons between the 1920s and what may be ahead for the 2020s, including potential for the Dow to reach 50,000 and a new decade of disruption and innovation.
Historically, markets have enjoyed fairly strong returns during times of split government. That, and the promise of upcoming vaccines for COVID-19, appear to bode well for investors for the near future. Dave Gilreath explains in detail.
This year's higher rate of stock market volatility, combined with uncertainty about the upcoming election, has many people wondering what they can do about it. Sheaff Brock reviews the data.
Sheaff Brock reviews federal debt as a percentage of GDP and compares the cost of today's debt with that of prior years, asking the question: is the debt too high, or not high enough?
The stock market is at all-time highs, so now what? Sheaff Brock's Dave Gilreath gives his perspective.
Sheaff Brock's Dave Gilreath highlights the market's most recent Golden Cross and its historical impact on the S&P 500.
Sheaff Brock Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer David Gilreath reviews market trends in election years since the 1930s to show potential market outcomes for the upcoming 2020 election.