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

A Coming Housing Shortage Could Mean a Major Boost for This Stock

A Coming Housing Shortage Could Mean a Major Boost for This Stock

Home Depot's CFO is bullish long term, no matter interest rates. Here's what you need to know.

Why Hasbro Thinks Star Wars Toys Are Still a Big Deal

Why Hasbro Thinks Star Wars Toys Are Still a Big Deal

Hasbro continues to be bullish on Star Wars toys despite a mixed fourth quarter.

Walmart's Quarter and Outlook Probably Have Wall Street Confused

Walmart's Quarter and Outlook Probably Have Wall Street Confused

Retail earnings season kicks off with a bang. In one corner is Home Depot, which blows away Wall Street profit forecasts. In the other corner is Walmart, which disappoints Wall Street with its earnings.

Blame Amazon for Walmart's Surprising 2018 Outlook

Blame Amazon for Walmart's Surprising 2018 Outlook

Walmart surprised many on Wall Street with its 2018 outlook, and not positively. Here's what's up.

Hasbro CEO: No Long-Term Impact to Us From Toys 'R' Us Bankruptcy

Hasbro CEO: No Long-Term Impact to Us From Toys 'R' Us Bankruptcy

While tough to live through, Hasbro says the toy business will continue to be strong despite the bankruptcy of Toys R' Us.