Wiley: The US market is the best of the worst
Dory Wiley of Commerce Street Capital discusses the U.S. market’s recent breakout, and how it continues to move higher despite negative headwinds in Europe and China.
Dory Wiley and Dave Akerly talk about the current state of the stock market.
For most 401k investors, the short version is: don’t do anything, go back to work and wash your hands.
Dory Wiley writes about “fiduciary duty” at InsideSources
The Courts Are Helping Protect Consumers’ 401(k)s, But Is it Enough?
Dory Wiley on KBIZ/Ottumwa Radio with Ellis Codjoe
Dory Wiley answers questions for individual investors about dealing with markets during the Coronavirus. Listen below.
Dory Wiley discusses buying and selling in today’s volatile markets.
Dory Wiley, president and CEO of Commerce Street Holdings, talks about stock choices in this volatile market on TD Ameritrade Network’s The Watch List with Nicole Petallides. Watch the video at Ameritrade Network
Dory Wiley suggests several best performing funds for your 401(k)
In U.S. News and World Report article “15 Best Performing Funds for Your 401(k)” Dory Wiley comments on several funds. Read the article at U.S. News and World Report
Dory Wiley worries about credit quality in restaurants, hotels.
At S&P Global Market Intelligence, Dory Wiley talks about credit quality issues, particularly in the restaurant industry.
On CNBC Worldside Exchange, Dory Wiley discusses why the markets appear to be shrugging off bad news lately
The market seems to be looking more forward than backward on expectations.
Eric Corrigan article discusses credit unions as viable bank buyers.
In the first quarter 2020 issue of Bank Director, Eric Corrigan, managing director at Commerce Street Capital, outlines developments that bank directors should be paying attention to in relation to credit unions. Read the article “Credit Unions Emerge as Viable Bank Buyers” Read the...
Doug Ingram’s vision for 2020 in Texas Banking
U.S. economy is in a good place with a strong footing for healthy growth this year
Dory Wiley’s take on 2020 on the last day of trading in 2019
CNBC interview with Dory Wiley about his view of the upcoming year.
Commerce Street’s Doug Ingram quoted in Wall Street Journal article.
Doug Ingram was quoted in the article “What Is ‘Investor Positioning’?” “The theory is that if things are overly bullish or bearish, then there is no one left to sell or buy,” says Doug Ingram, managing director at Dallas-based investment bank Commerce Street Capital LLC. He...