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…
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.
October 30, 2016
David Scranton, author and Founder of Sound Income Strategies, is our guest for this episode and gives us some great user-friendly advice to follow as an investor. With only a few days left until the end of this election cycle – we saw a pretty interesting October surprise and markets were not too happy about that.
Plus – A surprise guest – that you know and love, comes on to make a major announcement and a special offer for TDI Listeners. (Spoiler Alert! – Frank Curzio)
October 23, 2016
Satyajit Das is back and it is easy to tell why he is one of listener’s favorite guests. Implications of Central bank policies and how some of the recent upheaval in bond yields are explained as on Das can do.
We also look into the political risk around the world with an eye toward some of the upcoming election in the U.S. and Europe.
October 16, 2016
Guest, James Lumberg explains exact what is the meaning of Impact Investing Strategies. He provides us with a solid education and what to look for. He follows up with an Amazing review of the history of returns for those companies that have socially and environmentally responsible governance plans in place. It is interesting to note the performance over the years – actually it is quite impressive. Read more