Charles Sizemore

Charles Sizemore

Charles Lewis Sizemore, CFA, is the chief investment officer of the investment firm Sizemore Capital Management.

Charles has been a repeat guest on Fox Business News, has been quoted in Barron’s Magazine and has been featured in numerous publications and well-reputed financial websites, including MarketWatch, TheStreet.com, InvestorPlace.com, MSN Money, Seeking Alpha, Stocks, Futures, and Options Magazine, The Daily Reckoning, Benzinga, Minyanville and Investment International.

He is also the co-author, along with Douglas C. Robinson, of Boom or Bust: Understanding and Profiting from a Changing Consumer Economy (iUniverse, 2008).

Charles holds a master’s degree in Finance and Accounting from the London School of Economics in the United Kingdom and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance with an International Emphasis from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and as a Phi Beta Kappa scholar.

He worked alongside best-selling financial author and economic strategist Harry S. Dent, Jr. in creating original research on the effects of changing global demographics on asset returns and economic growth and was a regular contributor to the HS Dent Forecast monthly newsletter and the HS Dent Blog — one of the most widely read financial blogs in the world.

Recent Articles

Best ETFs for 2018: This Isn’t the Year for Emerging Markets (DVYE)

Trouble in Argentina and Turkey, in addition to trade concerns, have helped keep the DVYE ETF in the red this year.

Best Stocks for 2018: Enterprise Products Is a Keeper

While Enterprise Products may not be able to win the Best Stocks contest, EPD stock is still set up for great long-term growth.

Best ETFs for 2018: Emerging Markets Set to Dominate in the Second Half

This article is a part of InvestorPlace’s Best ETFs for 2018 contest. Charles Sizemore’s pick for the contest is the iShares Emerging Markets Dividend ETF (NYSEARCA:DVYE). As we approach...

Best Stocks for 2018: Enterprise Products Has Some Catching Up To Do

A solid, dividend-paying stock like EPD should not be having this much volatility, but there's still time for Enterprise Partners to mount more gains.

5 MLPs That Should Crush the Market in 2018

It's not just that oil prices are improving -- the hard times have also made these MLPs leaner, meaner operations which are ready to get growing again.