May 17, 2015
Michael Covel talks about how to follow the trend and his experience with the turtle traders. We discuss the importance of trend over any other research as well as how to ensure that your emotions don’t get the best of you.
In this episode we also cover the potential for a resolution this week in regards to Greece, who holds the debt and why an exit has low probability.
May 11, 2015
Some of the recent market trends are explored in this episode. After a roller coaster week, markets were able to get close to highs again after the official jobs report. We take a look at some of the take-aways from that as well as some of the interesting news items of the week.
YELP! Can we get a Stick Save? Listen as we get to the bottom of the recent announcement of a potential sale of the company. Get prepared for next week as we will see the reaction from the latest slowing economic data-points out of China that are being met with more stimulative actions from the government. A few stocks we have our eyes on and plenty of other investing ideas in this show… Read more
May 3, 2015
Guest: Jason Raznick and Andrew discuss how to garner high quality information as we continue to bring some of the best investing tools available. Quality and quantity are brought together within this terrific platform from Benzinga to ensure investors are in the know.
In this epside we also discuss several questions from listeners and market moving news. Social Media stocks imploding, economics that will move markets – All discussed to get you better prepared and profitable.
April 26, 2015
Guest: Fausto Pulgliese, Founder of Cybertrading University discussed time and sales, hitting bids and asks as well as how to make a day’s pay by trading for a living. We spend some time exploring the important features of markets and how to find stocks to trade.
April 19, 2015
Guest: Brian Shannon and Andrew discuss technical analysis and why 1930 minutes is so important to know. 65 minute charts are explored as well as the recent China news that will shape markets.