CEO of Webull on CAT's Earnings, Fintech's Future and Millennial's Investing

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As the Wall Street titans Caterpillar (CAT) - Get Report and Boeing (BA) - Get Report  missed the Q2 earnings forecast this morning, should investors be worried? 

Well, the CEO of Webull, Anthony Denier is not. 

"There's a big macro theme going on here, whether it's China, whether it's a debt ceiling. So there always may be some little misses peppered in, but overall the economy's strong," said Denier. 

While talking to TheStreet, Denier also weighed in on Fintech's future.

"I see it continuing to expand," he said.

"We're just going to continue moving into new products, whether it's money management trading or investments, that traditional and the larger banks forget about the smaller users and the newer users. It's because it's expanding at an explosive rate. Now we're seeing a lot of investment come in to expand those services and it's going to continue to grow," he added.

Watch the full interview above.

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