DAVE BRIGGS: Welcome back, everybody. Markets popping on this day. But when it started, we were talking about some bad earnings reports from Johnson & Johnson and IBM both warning of the strength of the US dollar, and how that would hold them back in future quarters. Let’s talk about that amongst many other things with David Sokol. He’s the CEO of Teton Capital, the former CEO of NetJets, and the author of “America In Perspective”. Good to see you, sir. Thank you for being here in studio.
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