David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital joins Joe Messina on The Real Side. The rollercoaster ride continues in the markets as indexes continue to drop and rise with huge numbers. David thinks that we could even have a bigger rollercoaster ride in 2019 than we have had so far in 2018. The FED unwinding their balance sheet and what China is or is not doing are the two main topics of this year and will continue to be. Negotiations on tariffs could also be happening soon. David and Joe discuss this and much more. [Read more…] about The Real Side – Negotiations On Tariffs?
The Real Side With Joe Messina
David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital joins The Real Side With Joe Messina for another exciting episode. They talk about the Federal Reserve and what’s currently happening with them, he also discusses where the market is at this week, and what could happen very soon if we don’t get our economy balanced. [Read more…] about The Real Side – What Is The Federal Reserve Doing?
David Fischer, CEO of Landmark Capital joins Joe Messina to discuss President Trump’s economy, trade tariffs, and the trade deficit is growing. The Fed is officially unwinding it’s balance sheet, but they admit they can’t find a way to do without affecting the market. They do this on the 1st and 15th. This is likely the main reason we’re seeing such volatility. [Read more…] about The Real Side – Is Trump's Economy Working?
Economic expert and CEO of Landmark Capital, David Fischer, joins host Joe Messina to discuss why corporate buybacks are at a record high. They are double what they have been historically and it is only March. Also, find out even more about The Fed unwinding their balance sheet. [Read more…] about The RealSide – Corporate Buybacks are at a Record High
David Fischer, financial expert and CEO of Landmark Capital, visits with RealSide host Joe Messina to disect the stock market correction that happened on Monday. The Fed shares most of the responsibility as they start to unwind their balance sheet. [Read more…] about The Real Side – After Monday's Stock Market Correction, What's Next?