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Nelson Lewis

Nelson Lewis

Vice President, Senior Strategist

Newsvesting, LLC

Chatham County, GA

Nelson Lewis is a seasoned media strategist and television personality. Currently, he serves as the Vice President and Senior Strategist for Newsvesting LLC, a firm that promotes an utilizes the investment strategies put forth in Matt Towery's bestselling book, "Newsvesting: Use News and Opinion to Grow Your Personal ...

"While Savannah will seduce you with her beautiful trees and Spanish moss, it's her history that makes her mysterious." -Nelson Lewis on Southern Charm Savannah

Newsvesting, LLC

Vice President and Senior Strategist

Nelson Lewis is the Vice President and Senior Strategist with Newsvesting LLC. The Newsvesting philosophy is rooted in the ideas put forth in Matt Towery's bestselling book, and promotes the idea that anyone can learn how to analyze news and public opinion and make wise investment choices based on their understanding of current events.


Her Golf Network

Executive Vice President, Media

In his role as Executive Vice President (Media) for Her Golf Network (HGN), Nelson Lewis helped to spearhead the creation of a women's golf television network. Working as the 3rd-ranked staffer out of 15 talented individuals, all of whom were passionate about bringing women's golf back to prominence in American culture, Nelson helped launch HGN into prominence.

More Blogs from Nelson Lewis

Political Leaks in D.C.

Let’s be honest – we all love a juicy secret. Sure, we might say that we don’t want to dive into someone else’s scandals or take part in gossipy drama, but that isn’t really true. ›

Underrated U.S. Travel Spots

Looking for somewhere new to travel this summer? Skip the overpopulated tourist traps and instead pick a destination that has just as much great things to offer, but is a better-kept secret. ›

Takeaways from North Korea Summit

President Trump may have just sealed the deal on his reelection through his measured and skillful diplomacy, despite what you hear from the bombastic opposition media. “There is no longer a nuclear threat from North Korea,” he wrote on Twitter following the June 12 summit with North Korea. ›

What Does Facebook Know about You?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock or in the middle of a WiFi-free zone for the past month, you’ve probably heard of Cambridge Analytica. Not all that long ago, the consulting firm was unceremoniously kicked into disgrace on charges of blackmail, entrapment, and stealing data from over 87 million Facebook users. ›

Airbnb Vacationing Tips

Airbnb has a lot of checks in its favor. Listings on the platform are usually affordable, with nightly rates averaging far below the price points of similarly-located hotels. Hosts are typically polite, warm, and helpful; more than willing to provide some advice on where to find good food or a nice afternoon out. ›

Is Reading the News Bad for You?

Giving up the news seems to be a trend these days. Many people claim it’s too stressful or causes anxiety and therefore shouldn’t be given any attention. However, being informed about current events is essential. ›

Prepare for a Radio Interview

Though the two may seem similar, giving a radio interview is much different than a television interview. Without the audience getting to see you physically, you have to rely on speaking and making sure everything comes across clearly without the reliance on body language. If you have a radio interview coming up soon, follow these tips to ensure you make a good impression. ›

The Paul Manafort Trial

Robert Mueller and his team of attorneys are currently trying to prove that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort concealed money from the IRS that he received while working as a lobbyist and political consultant for pro-Russia Ukrainian officials and when those funds were used, he committed bank fraud. ›

Top 5 Ski Slopes in the USA

There’s something special about the slopes after a snowstorm. The snow looks pristine and inviting, promising a perfect day for snowboarders, skiers, and cross-country trailblazers. The sheer excitement and rush of flying downhill on perfect, powdery snow just can’t be beat by anything else. With the onset of a warmer April just a week away, the 2017-2018 ski season is winding down. ›

Four Hidden Gems in Georgia

While Georgia is the United State’s number one producer of peaches, peanuts and Vidalia onions, the southern state has plenty more to offer. The capital city Atlanta holds the Georgia Aquarium and the Coca-Cola Museum. Savannah is known for its beautiful 18th- and 19th-century architecture and well-manicured parks. And, Augusta hosts the Masters Golf Tournament each year. ›


The Laura Ingraham Show

Senior Producer

Nelson Lewis served as a senior producer for Laura Ingraham's popular political talk show.


Fox News

Booker, Weekend Daytime Programming

For several years, Nelson Lewis worked as a booker for Fox News' weekend daytime programming. While working in this capacity, he had the opportunity to meet many high-profile voices in conservative politics - many of whom still appear on prominent news outlets today.


Market Sets New Benchmarks as Netflix Upticks on Positive News

For the majority of my investment career, I have been more of a buyer than a seller. Given that we are in a new year, I decided to take an inventory of what was performing in my portfolio and what wasn’t, which stocks to take profits, and which laggards to divest.

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Do We Really Need a Talking Stick?

Remember when you were a kid and had to a pass a “talking stick” to have your say in class? Well, welcome back to elementary school – because our best and brightest in government apparently need to resort to grade school tactics to have an adult conversation.

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What the Time Warner and AT&T Merger Means for Media

The $85.4 billion deal between AT&T and Time Warner received the go-ahead from U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon on June 12. The no-conditions ruling in AT&T’s favor ends a six-week antitrust trial in which U.S. regulators argued against the merger, stating it would give AT&T an unfair advantage against rival cable companies that rely on content created by Time Warner.