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.
Sheaff Brock’s Dave Gilreath was The Countown Closer on Fox Business December 30th, ending the year with his picks for dividends for a "Happy New Year." Click the headline to listen to his market selections.
Dave Gilreath, CIO at Sheaff Brock, discusses the markets and why industrial companies could make for attractive investments in the near-term. Hosts: Carol Massar and Katie Greifeld. Producer: Paul Brennan.
It's year-end, and investors everywhere are wondering if the latter half of December will bring Santa, or will the Grinch make an appearance instead? Sheaff Brock's Dave Gilreath looks at the data.
Inflation news is everywhere these days. But is inflation here to stay? And, inflation or not, where should you be investing? Sheaff Brock’s Dave Gilreath, CIO, gives his perspective.
Sheaff Brock's Dave Gilreath with Oliver Renick on the TD Ameritrade Network considers how stocks will perform in Q4 2021.
Despite gold's reputation as a hedge against inflation, Sheaff Brock CIO Dave Gilreath shares data comparing gold's return on investment vs. stocks through the years...with gold clearly the loser in that matchup.
News predictions that China will overtake the U.S. as the world's largest economy may prove true in the short-run. But Sheaff Brock Chief Investment Officer Dave Gilreath doesn't believe China has staying power to keep that distinction. Read the basis for his thinking.
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.