Author Archives: Chris Broussard

About Chris Broussard

I'm the Co-Founder and President of Tematica Research and editor of Thematic Signals, which aims to uncover confirming data points and items to watch for our list of investing themes. Whether its a news item, video clip, or company commentary, we've included this full list of items literally "ripped from the headlines." I have been involved in financial services marketing and publishing for over 20 years – having held senior level positions with financial publishers, financial services corporations and providing marketing support and consulting services to financial institutions and independent financial advisors. My background in digital marketing, financial services and consumer research provides me with a unique perspective on how to uncover the underlying proof points that are driving the themes our Chief Investment Officer Chris Versace utilizes in our various Tematica publications.
MODERN WALL STREET: Chris Versace Giving His Insights Prior to Earnings from Apple

MODERN WALL STREET: Chris Versace Giving His Insights Prior to Earnings from Apple

  Literally from “the street”, Tematica Chief Investment Officer joined Olivia Voznenko of Modern Wall Street from just outside the New York Stock Exchange to discuss what we were looking to see from Apple’s quarterly earnings announcement:   As a bonus question, Olivia asked Chris the question we always like to hear: “what industries are […]

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BlackBerry rising from obscurity as it embraces our Safety & Security theme

Unlike companies like GoPro and SNAP, which have failed to realize their entire business is a feature, not a product, Blackberry has embraced the fact that at its core feature is security, not connectivity in the form of a phone or smartphone.  This is perspective is reinforced with it’s recently announced deal with former rival […]

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The Thematic Opportunities of the New Retail Landscape

The Thematic Opportunities of the New Retail Landscape

In this article we see some familiar data that we’ve been posting often here at Tematica Research and on our Cocktail Investing Podcast : Between 2007 and 2016, high-income consumers (the 20% earning more than $100,000) experienced 4% growth of their disposable income, to 63% of total income. The disposable income of middle-income consumers (the […]

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