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C.J. Lawrence’s Bulldog Portfolio Sponsored by Advisors Asset Management Surpasses $1 Billion in Sales

C.J. Lawrence® a leading investment advisor, in partnership with Advisors Asset Management (AAM), announced today that its Bulldog Portfolio exceeded $1 billion in cumulative sales.

Looking Around Corners & the “Tilted-V” – YouTube Video & Transcript

In this video, Terry Gardner of C.J. Lawrence reviews this cycle’s three market phases, highlights “Whatever it Takes,” laments the lack of leadership from financial stocks, and shares his analysis of consistent sales growers.

Careful Stock Selection is the Best Treatment in Today’s Marke – YouTube Video & Transcript

In this video, Terry Gardner of C.J. Lawrence reviews this cycle’s three market phases, highlights “Whatever it Takes,” laments the lack of leadership from financial stocks, and shares his analysis of consistent sales growers.

Leadership Still Lacking; Sustainable Top-Line Growth is Key – YouTube Video & Transcript

In this video, Terry Gardner of C.J. Lawrence reviews this cycle’s three market phases, highlights “Whatever it Takes,” laments the lack of leadership from financial stocks, and shares his analysis of consistent sales growers.

A Day in the Life of Social Distancing – YouTube Video & Transcript

In this video, Bernhard Koepp, CEO of C.J. Lawrence, describes a typical day in the life of social distancing to illustrate what companies are open for business during the economic shutdown and will emerge stronger after the crisis.

N.Y. Investment Management Firm Launches COVID-19 Campaign to Support Long Islanders

To respond to the needs of the community and to galvanize individuals ready to assist, New York-based investment management boutique, C.J. Lawrence, has launched a campaign to provide matching funds for local food banks and hospitals that are in desperate need of support.

Markets Recover but Leadership from Financials is Missing – YouTube Video & Transcript

In this video, In this video, Terry Gardner, Portfolio Strategist at C.J. Lawrence, reviews the stock market’s three peaks cycle in dealing with the coronavirus, examines recent economic and corporate data, and addresses the market’s recent leadership.

Terry Gardner, CJ Lawrence Portfolio Strategist, joins Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi – April 6, 2020

Terry Gardner, CJ Lawrence Portfolio Strategist, joins Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi to discuss how the coronavirus is impacting markets.

The S&P 500 Will Recover Faster Than the Economy – YouTube Video & Transcript

In this video, Terry Gardner of C.J. Lawrence revisits the phases of the Corona Virus impact on the equity markets, reviews recession math and valuation range, and shares proprietary analysis of the S&P 500’s sub-groups and explains why the Index will recover faster than the broader economy.

Bottom or Not, 25% Down Has Been a Good Point to Buy Stocks – YouTube Video & Transcript

Here at C.J. Lawrence, we’re very focused on the names that we have the highest conviction. We do believe there are going to be select companies and their stocks that come through this stronger than ever.

Fiscal Response Larger Than in 2008 – YouTube Video & Transcript

In this video, Bernhard Koepp, C.J. Lawrence’s CEO gives an update on the massive fiscal package being discussed on Capitol Hill in response to the economic shutdown and what we are watching in the week ahead.

Building Wealth Over the Decades – YouTube Video & Transcript

In this video, David Gallacher, CFA – Partner and Portfolio Manager at C.J. Lawrence, takes a look back at the last several decades of the stock market from a general perspective. David also talks about the need to take a long-term approach to the process of investing and building a retirement nest egg. His philosophy is to build a strong plan over time in order to control your financial future.

C.J. Lawrence Weekly – Following the Smart Money May Not Be Such a Good Idea

Pension, foundation, and endowment funds are often referred to as the market’s “smart money”, owing to their resources and expertise, and the smart money has been consistently reducing equity exposure to fund entrée into new and diverse asset categories. To date, returns suggest that betting against equities has been a losing wager. Perhaps the anti-equity pendulum has swung too far.

C.J. Lawrence Weekly – 2019 Didn’t Feel Great, but It Was!

What a difference a year makes!  In the week leading up to New Year’s Day in 2018 not many pundits were forecasting that 2019 would produce one of the highest annual equity returns on record. At 28.9%, the 2019 price return on the S&P 500 is the fifth highest since 1960.  But at the beginning […]

C.J. Lawrence Weekly – Uptick in Infrastructure Spending Looms

Investors who bought into the infrastructure theme previously have been disappointed. Despite the growing need for infrastructure investment, most related stocks have lagged the broader indices. The S&P Materials Sector, which represents chemicals, composite, aggregates, and metals and mining companies, likely beneficiaries in an infrastructure spending spree, lags the S&P 500 by over 10% year-to-date. But the current state may be reaching an inflection point whereby public projects can no longer be delayed and private infrastructure investments are necessary for companies to compete.