Chief Investment Officer at Crossmark Global Investments, Bob Doll
(Crossmark Global Investments)
David is joined on Capital Record by Bob Doll, long-time Chief Equity Strategist at prestigious Wall Street firms such as Merrill Lynch, BlackRock, and Nuveen, and is now the Chief Investment Officer at Crossmark Global Investments. Bob spent 40 years on Wall Street as a man of faith, virtue, and values, and experienced all the success and adversity that can go along with such a long-term journey. He has a lot of wisdom and experience to impart to us, and he does so today on the Capital Record!
David is joined on Capital Record by Bob Doll, long-time Chief Equity Strategist at prestigious Wall Street firms.
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