Meet Matt & Louis


Matt McCall

Matt McCall is a former Fox Business Network host and founder of Penn Financial Group, an investment advisory firm serving individual and institutional clients.

Matt travels extensively to conduct research and speak to thousands of individual folks each year about investing and personal finance.

Over the last decade, he has focused his energy on individual stocks as well as cryptocurrencies, becoming one of only a few investment advisors to offer expertise in both areas.  Matt’s unique approach focuses on finding companies and cryptos with huge growth potential before they are discovered by the crowd.  

Along the way, he’s racked up 18 recommendations (and counting) that have gained 1,000% or more… and scores of winners that at least doubled.

Matt’s next-generation approach to investing goes back to his first days as a stockbroker at Charles Schwab 17 years ago. He realized early on that there were better ways to serve his clients than to invest in the same places as the rest of Wall Street.

He became known across Wall Street for his extensive technical analysis expertise, and his insightful chart analysis leads to precise buy and sell points in the best stocks and cryptos that pass his extensive top-down screenings.

Matt now brings his expertise, passion, and commitment to a bigger group of individuals. He’s a tireless advocate for educating folks so they understand exactly how they can build life-changing wealth in the financial markets.  

Matt is also the author of two books on investing: The Swing Trader’s Bible: Strategies to Profit from Market Volatility and, more recently, The Next Great Bull Market: How to Pick Winning Stocks and Sectors in the New Global Economy, which was a top-selling investment book for more than two years.

Matt’s extensive background in investing and the media make him a highly sought-after speaker and guest. He served as the chief technical analyst and co-host of “Winning on Wall Street,” a daily national radio show, and has made over 1,500 television appearances in the last 10 years. He is also a former co-host of a daily investment show on Fox Business Network and is a frequent contributor to the Fox News Channel.


Louis Navellier

Dubbed the “King of Quants” by Forbes magazine, Louis Navellier has been analyzing the stock market using computer-based systems since the 1970s.

He got his start in college after writing an algorithm that beat the S&P several times over…

And hasn’t looked back since.

Using quant-based systems he personally developed, he found many of today’s household-name companies when they were trading for peanuts…

Like Home Depot when it was trading for 73 cents per share…Microsoft at 38 cents…Nike at 33 cents… and Intel when it was just above $3.

As you can imagine, early calls like these led to extraordinary returns for Louis. In fact, over a 17-year period, his recommendations beat the S&P 500 by over 6-to-1. 

No wonder the financial media has picked up on Louis’ success over the years…

He’s been called “one of the most important money managers of our time.”

CNBC called him “The Earnings Whisperer.”

The New York Times said he was “An icon among growth investors.”

And MarketWatch called Louis “the advisor who recommended Google before anyone else.”

Today, Louis is a multi-millionaire with a home on the South Florida coast, a second home in Lake Tahoe and a fleet of luxury vehicles.

Year after year, Louis has continued to “push the envelope” developing newer and more powerful trading algorithms to help him find many of the highest growth stocks on the market.

Hosted By

Jessica Naziri

Jessica is a technology and digital media entrepreneur with more than 10 years of experience in journalism, social media, video content strategy, writing, and editing.

Jessica was named one of’s top women in tech, recognizing her ability to bridge the gap between lifestyle and technology.  Her work has appeared in or on CBS, CNN, Fox, TechCrunch, The Washington Post, Mashable, The Travel Channel, NPR, Inside Edition, Yahoo!, Business Insider, and more.   She is a weekly on-air technology contributor on CBS and works with brands for first-look tech stories, gadget roundups, and social media takeovers.

Additionally, she is the founder of TechSesh, a community and sisterhood for young women in tech. Its mission is to help create and endorse a growing number of female role models, advocate a more equal gender ratio in the startup and tech scene, and empower more women leaders in the tech space.