Brian Sozzi

Brian Sozzi is TheStreet's Executive Editor. Previously, Sozzi was a Senior Correspondent for TheStreet, responsible for hosting on-camera executive interviews with Fortune 500 companies and developing feature pieces. He also led the TheStreet's consumer coverage as editor. Sozzi was previously the CEO and chief equities strategist of Belus Capital Advisors, where he was responsible for providing independent investment research to both institutional and retail investors.

Sozzi was recognized by StarMine as a top-ranked equity research analyst for stocks under coverage in such categories as "EPS Estimate Accuracy" and "Industry Excess Return." Sozzi was then awarded the 2011 FT | StarMine Analyst Award for No. 3 Earnings Estimator in the Textiles Apparel & Luxury Goods Industry.

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Could Bitcoin Become as Savvy an Investment as Nvidia?

Could Bitcoin Become as Savvy an Investment as Nvidia?

Bitcoin, the bull market, and Amazon -- oh my! This is what you can't miss Wednesday.

One Point Everyone Is Missing on Walmart a Day After Its Stock Crashed

One Point Everyone Is Missing on Walmart a Day After Its Stock Crashed

Don't be so quick to say Walmart is headed down a dark path a day after its stock price plunged.

Artificial Intelligence Could Create Global Havoc - Here's How to Invest in It

Artificial Intelligence Could Create Global Havoc - Here's How to Invest in It

The rise of artificial intelligence likely will have several drawbacks in coming years, points out new research. Amazon isn't lowering prices at Whole Foods. Why?

Amazon Is Doing Something Really Dumb at Whole Foods

Amazon Is Doing Something Really Dumb at Whole Foods

Amazon should really consider cutting prices again at struggling Whole Foods. Here is the latest on Jolt.

Walmart's Stock Just Violated Two Important Technical Analysis Indicators

Walmart's Stock Just Violated Two Important Technical Analysis Indicators

Walmart investors endured a tough session Tuesday after fourth quarter earnings came up short vs. Wall Street estimates.