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Chris Versace

Christopher (Chris) Versace is the Chief Investment Officer at Tematica Research, which utilizes a thematic investing strategy leveraging changing economics, demographics, psychographics, technology and more to determine investment candidates, while also sidestepping companies vulnerable to thematic change. Versace also co-manages TheStreet’s Trifecta Stocks as well as Stocks Under $10, co-hosts the Cocktail Investing Podcast and developed the NJCU New Jersey 50 Index at NJCU, where he is an Assistant Professor of Finance.

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Nokia and 5G

In both the Stocks Under $10 and Trifecta Stocks portfolios, we have several plays on the burgeoning 5G market that we expect will be a major force in the coming quarters. This morning Nokia added to our comfort in the 5G market with it having signe...

Latest Vehicle Production Data

Let's check in on some auto and truck data that is making the rounds this morning:  Tesla delivered 139,300 vehicles during the September quarter vs. 137,000 expected. For the quarter, the company produced 145,036 vehicles.  Honda's total U.S. sales...

Eurozone Economic Data

Let's turn our gaze from the domestic employment report for September, and take a gander at some economic data out today in the Eurozone that is likely to be fodder for monetary policy over there.  Year over year, the September Flash Inflation Rate ...

More From September's Employment Report

September Employment Report:   "Notable job gains occurred in leisure and hospitality, in retail trade, in health care and social assistance, and in professional and business services. Employment declined in government, mainly in state and local gov...

Employment Report Just Now

Breaking: September Employment Report shows 661,000 jobs created during the month with the unemployment rate dropping to 7.9%.  More as the full report gets digested.    

October Isn't Starting Off Well for NYC

First Credit-rating agency Moody's Investors Service, a division of Moody's Corp. , downgraded New York City's $38.7 billion debt to Aa2 from Aa1 citing "substantial financial challenges" faced by the city in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.  And ...

Apple App Store Revenue

According to findings from Sensor Tower, Apple's  App Store revenue grew 31% year-on-year in 3Q 20, climbing to $19 billion from $14.5 billion in the year ago quarter. Apple will report its September quarter results on October 29.  By comparison, Se...

News Before the Employment Report

While we wait for the September Employment Report, which is expected to see 850K jobs added during the month vs. the 1371K in August, let's get caught up on some other news:  Twilio shares traded higher last night following an SEC filing that shared...

Now at the Plate, Your Pinch Hitter, Chris Versace

Good morning, one and all. It is Chris Versace, filling in for Doug Kass on the Daily Diary. If you're just tuning in, it's going to be a wild ride here on Friday given the news that President Trump tested positive for Covid-19, which has led U.S. f...

Let's Run the Numbers on This Potential Dividend Aristocrat

IBM has increased its dividend, even though its revenue, earnings per share and cash flow from operations fell. Here's what that means for investors.

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