It’s been a busy couple of weeks for me on several media outlets, and I’ve had a lot to talk about. And I wanted to share my video clips with you in case you missed any of my recent appearances! Watch the videos below to see which stocks and trends I’m banking on as well as my market outlook for 2014!
New Year: Time to Taper!:
Last year, the Federal Reserve announced that it would begin to taper its quantitative easing (QE) program in January (this month). However, I’m not too worried about the taper and am instead focusing on individual names. In this video, I share a company I expect to double in 2014. But you’ll have to watch my clip to find out which one I’m talking about!
More People Using Pinterest & LinkedIn than Twitter:
I was given the opportunity to debate with several wonderful analysts. We talked about a range of topics, from Asia’s market, to real estate, and to social media. We discussed the top social media sites, including Pinterest. To find out which social media platform is used the most and where I see Twitter (TWTR) going next, make sure to watch my video!
Have Home Prices Reached their Peak?:
Could we be in a housing bubble? I do a lot of investing in real estate. And I can tell you that there was a 13% increase in 2013. But the question is: was it private equity funds or people buying? I’ve found that it’s become harder and harder for the everyday person to get a mortgage. If you want to know more about the state of the housing market, make sure to watch this video clip!
Wall Street Outlook for 2014:
 The New Year has gotten off to a choppier start in the market, with the S&P 500 at one point logging its worst start to a year in almost a decade. And then boom, a couple of strong days bump it back to all-time highs. The market has fallen back down again, but does a choppy start mean a bad year? In this video, I share my market outlook, including the sectors and companies I like, and the ones investors should avoid. Watch my video to find out more!
A 10%-20% Correction on the Way for 2014?:
 The market hasn’t seen an “official” 10% correction in two-and-a-half years, so you know we’re getting closer to one. A reasonable correction would be healthy and natural at this point, and after the run stocks have had, I wouldn’t be surprised to see it be in the neighborhood of 10%-20%. Make sure to check out this video clip to see why I believe the market will correct and how this involves hedge funds.