Peter is the Chief Investment Officer of Bleakley Advisory Group, a $3.5B wealth management firm. He is also Editor of The Boock Report.
He previously was the Chief Market Analyst for The Lindsey Group, a macro economic and market research firm started by Larry Lindsey. Prior to this, Peter spent a brief time at Omega Advisors, a New York-based hedge fund, as a macro analyst and portfolio manager. Before this, he was an employee and partner at Miller Tabak + Co for 18 years where he was recently the equity strategist and a portfolio manager with Miller Tabak Advisors.
Peter graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.B.A. in Finance from George Washington University.
Several large banks report earnings before the bell Friday. Investor Steve Grasso anticipates positive earnings and the S&P 500 passing the 2,800 mark.
Markets know the Federal Reserve will deliver more rate hikes this year. They're not prepared for how much it will hurt, argues Peter Boockvar, chief investment officer of Bleakley Advisory Group.
Optimism that negotiations between the U.S. and China over recent trade tensions has taken a hit, Wall Street veteran Peter Boockvar said.
American workers and consumers may pay the biggest price from a trade war, say experts.
Drama over the debt ceiling is a waste of time, since it is always raised, says Peter Boockvar.
A delay in tax reform, including proposed cuts in corporate taxes, would hurt stocks, says The Lindsey Group's chief market analyst.
If you're a value investor who likes to find cheap stocks, there's only one sector to buy now, says Peter Boockvar.
Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group and CNBC contributor, discusses the implications of this weekend's election in France that will affect more than just Europe.
The markets are now at the mercy of the actions of the four major central banks, says Peter Boockvar.