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Yahoo! Finance interview

I went on Yahoo! Finance recently to discuss what is happening with the stock market, and why investors should look beyond tech stocks. Watch the clip by clicking here.

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My latest radio appearance

I appeared on Newsradio 1140 AM in Richmond, VA to talk about what’s going on in Congress regarding COVID-19, the national debt, and the economy. Listen –> https://newsradiowrva.radio.com/media/audio-channel/george-seay-august-12-2020

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Annandale Capital Wins Prestigious Award from The Financial Times

I am so proud of my team at Annandale Capital. Check out the statement below about the award that we just received from The Financial Times. Annandale Capital Recognized by Financial Times as one of 2020’s Top Registered Investment Advisors August 3, 2020  (Dallas, Texas) — Today Annandale Capital, a wealth management firm based in Dallas, announced that it has received the high honor of being recognized by The Financial Times as one of 2020’s Top Registered Investment Advisors. The newspaper noted in its announcement that, “The median AUM of this year’s FT 300 is an impressive $1.9 billion. These firms, on average, have over 23 years

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Texas Titans

I was glad to join Jason Wright on his show “Texas Titans” to discuss life, work, politics, and international affairs. You can listen to the interview by CLICKING HERE.

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Juneteenth, An Original Texas Holiday

Today, we celebrate Juneteenth. This was the day in 1865 when news of emancipation and the Civil War’s end finally reached slaves living in Texas. Juneteenth became an official state holiday as far back as 1980 in Texas, the first state to designate it as such, when Governor Bill Clements took action ahead of his time.  45 states have followed suit over the past 40 years.  Now, another great Texan, Senator John Cornyn, has filed a bill to make Juneteenth an official federal holiday. Juneteenth is a great reminder to us all that freedom is a sacred, God-given right.  Now, more than

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Podcast with Bloomberg News

I enjoyed appearing on Kevin Cirilli’s podcast on Bloomberg News. We had a spirited discussion with a solid panel of folks. We talked about the pandemic, the economy, and the great state of Texas. LISTEN HERE

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Advice for Investors and Analysis of the Current Market

Federal Reserve chairman Powell gave markets a big bucket of ice water reality this week, saying circumstances are dire, more stimulus will be needed, and it’s not a good time to focus on the federal debt, since federal executive branch stimulus is needed now.  Also, he basically said that we are probably looking at a protracted, Nike swoosh sort of recovery over the coming years.  No V. The number one thing I have been saying is that patience is your friend, and this is no time to be in a hurry to put money to work, or be aggressive.  The

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COVID-19 and the Economy

On Wednesday, April 29 I hosted an interactive briefing call with more than 100 listeners to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the economy. Please listen and share.  https://youtu.be/k7XD9BWi8rM

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An Existential Moment for Texas Shale

Predictably, the Saudi-Russian oil war against U.S. shale and the entire rest of the world ended quietly earlier this week.  Neither Saudi Arabia nor Russia had the will (nor, arguably, the level of stupidity) to throw shade at U.S.producers while they unnecessarily threw away tens to hundreds of billions of dollars of surplus currency reserves for no apparent rational purpose.  While hailed within the U.S. media for giving life to the oil and gas industry, this is a mistaken and misleading conclusion to make. First, oil supply would have been curtailed naturally, without cartel agreements, as there is not enough storage to hold oil being generated due to the collapse in

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Annandale Capital – Latest Newsletter

Most people are aware that the Confucian adage “may you live in interesting times” may actually serve more as a curse, to the more viciously intentional and ironic.  Considering Covid-19 most likely came from a wet market in Wuhan, China, or a virus laboratory nearby, a nod to Confucius today seems appropriate indeed. Be careful asking for “interesting” in life.  We certainly have achieved that in the first three months of 2020.  From January until mid-February, the U.S. stock market continued to set record after record after record.  And in the two months since, we’ve entered a bear market and

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