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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Recent Articles By The Author

Warren Buffett's Annual Letter Reveals a $116 Billion Problem

Warren Buffett's Annual Letter Reveals a $116 Billion Problem

Warren Buffett's annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders has dropped. Here are several things we learned.

A Top Investment Bank Just Made a Move to Protect Against Another S&P 500 Crash

A Top Investment Bank Just Made a Move to Protect Against Another S&P 500 Crash

UBS continues to be optimistic on stock markets this year. But, that hasn't stopped them from trying to protect against more volatile trading conditions.

General Electric Will Take a Big Profit Blow as It Restates Its Earnings

General Electric Will Take a Big Profit Blow as It Restates Its Earnings

General Electric's latest annual report reveals how much it will cost to restate its earnings for 2016 and 2017.

Will Amazon Crush Walmart? -- TheStreet's 'Technically Speaking' Podcast

Will Amazon Crush Walmart? -- TheStreet's 'Technically Speaking' Podcast

It has been a rough start to the year on several fronts for Walmart as Amazon continues to expand. The battle between Qualcomm and Broadcom continues. Is Snap Inc. CEO Evan Spiegel just a terrible executive?

Why Coca-Cola's CEO Is Bullish on the Company's Future

Why Coca-Cola's CEO Is Bullish on the Company's Future

Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey tells TheStreet he is optimistic on the company's five-year outlook.