Chris Wang on Under Armour Earnings

Chris Wang speaks with Nicole Petallides, host of the Watch List and Market Overtime, about Under Armour (ticker UAA) earnings. The company blew out expectations earnings 16 cents vs street expectations of 4 cents. It also raised full year guidance from 12 to 14 cents to 28 to 30 cents. Given that the company already earned 16 cents and the third and fourth quarters are typically their strongest, their guidance seems very conservative and the company will likely blow out earnings for the rest of the year. 

How Katie Cassidy Is Selling NFT Art to Encourage Female Empowerment, Self-Love, Acceptance

Through professional and personal life changes, actor Katie Cassidy (daughter of David Cassidy) has focused on self-love and an NFT drop to encourage female empowerment.

Vinovest Wants to Make Investing in Fine Wine Easy

Vinovest Co-Founder & CEO talks about quitting college to launch venture-backed companies, his spinal cord injury, and building a platform to invest in wine.

How to Invest in Trends Like Billion Dollar Fund Managers

Scott Bennett shares why he left a 16-year career as a financial planner to launch the Invest With Rules newsletter that helps investors find stocks that billion dollar fund managers are buying.

Andrew Wang on Semiconductors at Market Overtime

Andrew Wang says that the semiconductors sector has good visibility as lead times extend to 12-50 weeks. He also discusses Taiwan Semiconductor Company (TSM) which reported earnings of $0.96 in EPS and $12.92B in revenue.

Taking on the $13 Billion Cleaning Industry with $100,000 and a Dream

The Laundress Founder Gwen Whiting talks about building a brand from scratch, financing growth, and different views on money.

Why Marco Vangelisti Sold Everything to Focus on No-Harm Impact Investing

Marco Vangelisti shares why he left a successful career in finance and sold his investments to focus on no-harm impact investing.

How a Healthy Relationship with Money Opens New Opportunities

"Original Money Coach" Karen McCall shares her path from having a terrible relationship with money to helping thousands of people get out of debt and build a life they love.

How to Manage Remote Teams and Core Values for Success

CEO and 4-Time Bestselling Author, Robert Glazer talks about creating a best place to work, the power of core values, and managing successful remote teams.

Chris Wang on Cloud Computing, Snowflake and Microsoft

Chris Wang speaks with Nicole Petallides, host of the Watch List and Market Overtime, about the cloud industry and its growing global megatrend. The group has seen real benefit from the pandemic, pulling revenues forward. Many names in the industry have been huge beneficiaries due to their their business models and Chris thinks this looks like a decent entry point to start building a position in several names in the cloud space.

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