Jim Lowell, a partner and Chief Investment Officer of Adviser Investments, a private money management firm, weighs in on the economic picture and the volatility in markets.
Former Obama Director of the Office of Management and Budget Russ Vought predicts the U.S. is headed towards a recession under President Biden.
Rebeccah Heinrichs, a senior fellow at Hudson Institute, warns there will be 'a lot of national security disasters' in the future 'if we don't have a major change of course.'
Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga., says the list of President Biden's missteps is both 'long and distinguished.'
Craft Ventures co-founder and general partner David Sacks warns of a recession later this year.
Fox News contributor and The King’s College business and economics professor Brian Brenberg says the federal government grabbing more power to solve the problems it created one year ago is the ‘definition of insanity.’
Fox News contributor and The King’s College business and economics professor Brian Brenberg argues the Biden administration is making it hard to produce U.S. oil.
Former Small Business Administration head Linda McMahon explains inflation's impact on owners.
Craft Ventures co-founder and general partner David Sacks tells 'Mornings with Maria' that markets are experiencing the 'worst downturn since the dot-com crash.'
Former Small Business Administration head Linda McMahon details how small businesses 'are really being hurt' by inflation, which sits near 40-year highs.
Piper Sandler chief investment strategist Michael Kantrowitz tells investors to stay defensive, and not to call a market bottom until 2023.
Piper Sandler chief investment strategist Michael Kantrowitz says the biggest risk in the market is the collision of a slowing economy and inflated earnings estimates.
Mark Clifford, president of the Committee for Freedom in Hong Kong, argues 'the most important place in the whole agenda, is the place he's not visiting and that's China.'
Retired two-star Marine Corps Gen. Arnold Punaro argues 'we ought to seriously look at blocking the oil that would go to China and basically not allow them to beef up their reserves.'
Citi's Institutional Client Group Chairman Leon Kalvaria argues that while ‘we’ve had big wage increases,’ the U.S. economy has faced price hikes for everything from food to energy, which is a ‘highly regressive tax.'
American physicist and author Michio Kaku admits while humans might be mature enough to make contact with extraterrestrial life, the U.S. government is not.