Oliver Pursche

Oliver Pursche is the CEO of Bruderman Brothers LLC and Bruderman Asset Management, LLC a New York-based, privately owned broker-dealer and investment advisory firm. The firm’s business segments consist of advisory, investment management, investment banking, merchant banking, and consulting services.

As a frequent contributor to CNBC and Fox Business and a regular columnist for Forbes and The Wall street Journal Market Watch, he is a recognized authority on global affairs and investment policy. He is the author of “Immigrants: The economic force at our door” and lives in Connecticut with his wife and 2 dogs.

Recent Articles By The Author

If You Think Trump's Victory Equals a Nonstop Stock Rally, You Need to Read This

If You Think Trump's Victory Equals a Nonstop Stock Rally, You Need to Read This

Investors are smart to remind themselves that markets react emotionally at first but always return to a fundamentals-driven environment.

The Fed Is Out of Bullets, and That Is a Good Thing for Everyone

The Fed Is Out of Bullets, and That Is a Good Thing for Everyone

Since the height of the financial crisis in 2008, the Federal Reserve system has been the primary force behind the economic market recovery. Now Congress must take over.

Is the Market Setting Itself up for a Correction?

Is the Market Setting Itself up for a Correction?

As second-quarter earnings season gets underway, major indexes are trading near all-time highs. Meanwhile, revenues and earnings of many corporations are actually shrinking. What gives?

Why Ignoring Brexit Might Be the Smartest Move to Make Right Now

Why Ignoring Brexit Might Be the Smartest Move to Make Right Now

The U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union sent shock waves through the markets, creating political turmoil and causing enormous amounts of speculation about what it all means.

Trump vs. Clinton: Here's How to Trade Stocks Ahead of the Election

Trump vs. Clinton: Here's How to Trade Stocks Ahead of the Election

The coming presidential election likely will cause market volatility. As an investor, don't despair. Here's your game plan for winning returns no matter who's elected.