Podcast Awards – YOUR Nomination is Important

October 14, 2009



If you have enjoyed our podcasts, why not nominated them for the 5th Annual Podcast Awards? It is easy and it will mean a whole heck of a lot to us…Thanks!

Click on the LINK and simply fill out the form as shown below. If you want to cut-n-paste, here is the info…

Peoples Choice:

The Disciplined Investor
http://www.thedisciplinedinvestor.com

Business:

The Disciplined Investor
http://www.thedisciplinedinvestor.com

Education:

The Winning Investor
http://winninginvestor.quickanddirtytips.com

General:

DH UnPlugged
http://www.dhunplugged.com

(Sample Nomination Form)

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Rules:

Important: You only get to submit the nomination form “1” time. Please fill it out completely! Once you hit Submit you are done for 2009! Please do not submit the same show in multiple categories. Important: Do not nominate the same show for People’s Choice and Best Produced, nominate 2 different shows in the top two categories. You can nominate your favorite show in one of the top two categories and one additional category. Nominating one show in multiple sub-categories will get your nomination thrown out.

March Media Roundup2 – Andrew Horowitz

March 22, 2008

Some of the stories that Andrew/TDI appeared in for the week:

NY Times Dealbook

Wall Street Journal

Financial Times (1)

Financial Times (2)

Zecco/BlogTalk Radio Discussion with Tim Sykes

3 Radio interviews this week…. Read more

Daring Meets Discipline – LIVE!

March 11, 2008

How to Invest in Bear Markets. Trade or Buy-and-Hold?

Sponsored by Zecco.com and BlogTalkRadio

Daring meets DisciplineFor many, it is the daily conflict…..trade or invest, invest or trade. Timothy Sykes and Andrew battle meet on Thursday, March 20th at 5pm EST to argue discuss the merits of trading penny stocks versus investing with a buy-and-hold strategy.Sponsored by BlogTalkRadio and Zecco.com, this is sure to be an action packed fight discussion. The merits of each of these strategies into a very difficult market should provide for a obnoxious thought-provoking 90 minutes of bickering insight. Markets, recession, strategy and process will be open for argument comment.

The best part? Through the technology provided by BlogTalkRadio, you can be in on the mudslinging action. Just call-in and we will be glad to answer your questions, LIVE!

Registration is free and there is plenty of space as the bandwidth is unlimited.

Listen to promo :

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Date: Thursday, March 20, 2008
Time: 5:00 PM
Call-in Number: (347) 945-6579
Streaming Live/Audio: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Zecco

From the BTR site: John C. Havens of BlogTalkRadio interviews Gabe Dalporto, Chief Strategy Officer of Zecco.com, Timothy Sykes Author of, “An American Hedge Fund” and Andrew Horowitz author of, “The Disciplined Investor.”

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March Media Roundup1 – Andrew Horowitz

March 8, 2008

It was a busy week for Disciplined Investing it seems. Here is a roundup of some of the places that I was mentioned:

Andrew Horowitz / Disciplined Investor Media hits for March 1-8, 2008

The WallStreet Journal Podcasts – Interview with Adam Najberg on Housing troubles
BizRadio – Trade like a Pro with Fausto (interview/guest)
Barron’s – Article regarding  Sanderson Farms (SAFM) that Andrew discussed
WOCM-FM Maryland – Morning Drive disccusion about Money with Andrew and The Bulldog
CBS Marketwatch – Dvorak Column – AOL/Yahoo Merger comments
Seeking Alpha – Union Article by Andrew create a an angry comment session

Media and News: The Savings Game

February 21, 2008

In his recent nationally syndicated column, The Savings Game, personal finance writer Humberto Cruz interviewed me for to find out if there is: “A different way to rebalance your portfolio?” We explored a few options and he wrote: 

To be sure, this strategy — and even just rebalancing back to an original asset mix — can be counterintuitive. You have to lighten up on investments that are doing well (but have become too big a percentage of your portfolio) and buy more of the asset classes not doing as well.

“The average investor continually makes the wrong decision because they are based on emotion — fear and greed — as opposed to any long-term logical plan,” said Andrew Horowitz, a certified financial planner in Weston and author of the informative The Disciplined Investor: Essential Strategies for Success…

… They buy high or sell low, or refuse to sell for emotional rather than logical reasons.”If it’s going up they don’t want to sell because it’s going up; if it’s going down, they want to hold until it ‘comes back,'” even if the investment was a mistake, Horowitz said. Bottom line: “Investors who stick with a plan are far better off in the long term.”    

The Disciplined Investor is available at Amazon and other fine retailers. 

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