Two Disruptive Tech Stocks For 2015

The day before Christmas, I was fortunate enough to appear on CNBC’s Closing Bell to talk about technology stocks. Check out the clip to find out two of my top stocks for 2015. [more]


What’s Next For Blackberry: Buyout or Bankruptcy?

A turnaround appears in full swing under new CEO, John Chen. Shares are up more than 40% year-to-date. But is it sustainable? Here’s what we had to say on CNBC… [more]


Google vs. Amazon: Let The Drone Delivery Wars Begin

Google announced it’s been secretly working on a drone delivery service for the past two years. That puts it in direct competition with Amazon. Or does it? Check out the clip from my appearance on CNBC’s Closing Bell to find out why that might not be the case. [more]


Who You Calling Brain-Dead, Bert?

There’s nothing like having your intelligence questioned on national television. But that’s exactly what happened when I recently shared my views on Apple’s stock on CNBC. What did I say to prompt the zinger from Bert Dohmen of Dohmen Capital Research? Tune in to find out… [more]

Second Sight Bionic Eye

“Bionic Eye” Set to Restore Sight to the Blind

Curing blindness sounds like something reserved for the Bible. But it might not be. Not if the latest technology company to file IPO plans succeeds. It doesn’t get much more disruptive (and cool) than this. [more]


Meatballs, Maria Bartiromo And Amazon’s Stock

Fellow small-cap analyst and friend, Marc Lichtenfeld, swears it’s not every day someone makes the great Maria Bartiromo laugh on air. But yours truly managed to pull it off during one of her final days at CNBC. All it took was a shout out to our shared Italian heritage. (Who knew?) During the segment, I […] [more]


Apple Prime For The Picking?

Five years into a bull market and bargains naturally become harder to find. But back in March, I appeared on CNBC and I was adamant – Apple (APPL) represented a “no-brainer” bargain. Why? For one thing, patent filings indicated an inevitable move into wearables, which no one was factoring into their models. Sure enough, we’ve since […] [more]