TDI Podcast: Frog Soup MOMO with Jack Vogel (#487)

December 4, 2016

Guest, Jack Vogel, PHD brings us a detailed look at momentum investing. By using quantitative research through filters and screens, Jack finds what is working and what is not. Building and then deciding on which stocks to invest in with a momentum basis is one way to approach investing.

We also discuss some of the time tested strategies that jack researched and how they may be useful for diversifying a portfolio.

News this week will include the results of the referendum in Italy as well as the next move my the ECB. All this and much more…

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TDI Podcast: Fake News and Your Portfolio (#486)

November 27, 2016

We have all seen the headlines by now that fake news is invading every area of traditional and social media. But is this headline a fake as well? How we can stay ahead of the curve as investors and weed out the good and bad news. What to watch and what not to.

Plus a really interesting stock screen that uncovered the recent reason why we are seeing some stocks move up BIG. A good review of stock screens and quantitative investing.

We also spend some time discussing the benefits of active and passive investing.

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TDI Podcast: The Flaws in Research Explained by Variant Perception (#485)

November 20, 2016

Guest, Tian Yang of Variant Perception tells us about the flaws in sell-side analysis as well as the pitfalls in economic research. Tian also explains how investors may want to look at specific leading indicators, which he reveals, in order to take advantage of what could be the next move for markets.

Some of the big moves for the week were remarkable, especially in the shipping sector and we take a look at just what happened.

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TDI Podcast: Throwing Spaghetti with Danielle DiMartino Booth (#484)

November 13, 2016

Guest, Danielle DiMartino Booth and Andrew discuss some of the inside scoop on the Fed’s decision making process. Trial balloons and throwing spaghetti appear to be some of the core disciplined that are used. Of course that is not what they would like us to believe, but Danielle exposes the Fed and how they come to their decisions.

Danielle’s recent article – Beer Goggle Markets is explored to better understand her take on investor sentiment.

We also spend some time on the potential changes that are taking place in the markets with a win by Trump. Amazing how most of the talking heads got this one wrong – from the winner to the market’s reaction.

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TDI Podcast: Oversold and Ready To Reverse? (#483)

November 6, 2016

Over the past few days, markets have been worried about many of the recent headlines. The potential outcome of the election has been holding back buyers of equities as they are watching all of the news and wondering if something horrible will happen after the votes are tallied.

In this episode we look to put together a game-plan for the election and through the end of the year. Plus, how to identify one-hit wonders.

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