12/05/2016 – Les Affaires
David Levy said, “We continue to see a positive momentum that makes the stock market rise slowly but surely.”
12/05/2016 – El Carabobeno
“We continue to see a positive dynamic that drives the stock market slowly but surely,” summarized David Levy of Republic Wealth Advisors.
11/22/2016 – Daily Mail
On future Fed rate hikes, David Levy said, “The market has priced in a rate hike almost fully in December. The question is what the Fed does beyond that and what guidance they provide.”
11/11/2016 – The Siver Times
Commenting about election results, David Levy was quoted, “This is a particularly unexpected reaction to the Exchange (…) trying to digest the ramifications of the unexpected victory of Trump.”
11/09/2016 – EurActive
David Levy comments on the immediate market reaction to Donald Trump’s election, “Certainly a much unexpected move for the market compared to the roller coaster we’ve seen in the last 12 or 18 hours,”
10/25/2016 – Yahoo! News
David Levy said “We’re seeing an overall positive tone to earnings but we have seen some … potential signs of caution, so investors are waiting to gather the complete picture.”
10/12/2016 – Channel NewsAsia
David Levy commented, “The market is ‘very cautious’ on earnings after five straight quarters in which the S&P 500 reported declining profits.”
07/19/2016 – Financial Planning
Kenny Landgraf quoted in story about investment advisor automation and the value of human advisors to high-net-worth investors.
05/07/2016 – The China Post
Speaking ahead of U.S. monthly jobs report, David Levy says investors want to see signs of strength in an economy that is “muddling along.”
02/11/2016 – The Siver Times
Republic CIO Kenny Landgraf quoted on market disappointment in Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen congressional testimony and economic conditions.
02/11/2016 – Global Post
Ahead of a three-day weekend for the U.S. and Canada, David Levy says market mood remains negative with a mismatch between market expectations and the Federal Reserve’s stated policy.
01/17/2016 – Taipei TImes
Amid widespread market losses, David Levy tells Asian newspaper a global recession would likely be less damaging than the 2008 event.