Last night, while many of us were winding down from our busy days, Doug MacKay was sharing his thoughts on the market with the CNBC Asia audience. Broadleaf’s Doug MacKay shared his thoughts on the direction of the market and why the stocks of innovative companies can continue to perform “in spite of it all” […]
While the market has pushed to all-time highs, there’s no euphoria surrounding it. That may be a good thing. Broadleaf’s Doug MacKay shared his thoughts on the direction of the market and why the stocks of innovative companies can continue to perform “in spite of it all” while on CNBC today.
Tariff headwind or tax relief tailwind? Which side are you on? Broadleaf’s Doug MacKay shared his thoughts on the direction of the market and technology stocks in particular on CNBC today. Taxes might cancel out the effects of tariffs on the market from CNBC.
While it may feel like the market is extended, Doug made his case on CNBC today for why there’s still room for stock’s to run. We expect a short-term pullback: Biltmore Capital CIO from CNBC.
In spite of the market jitters that showed up last week, the growth trend appears to be intact. Drawing parallels to his newfound interest in kayaking, Doug explains why sometimes it’s best to let the current do its work. Investors will be happier if they approach the market like this: Analyst from CNBC.
The Nasdaq market continues to post new highs, but what types of technology companies are poised to push it higher? Will it be value-tech of growth-tech? Are you wondering what the difference is?
Tech stocks continue to gain strength. Will the rally go on?
In a market starved for growth, which types of companies within the tech sector represent the best long-term investments? CNBC reached out to Broadleaf Partners CIO, Doug MacKay, to find out.