TDI Podcast: End of Year Wrap with Das (#444)

December 29, 2015

In this episode, Das helps us to understand many of the cross-currents that are shaping markets. Into 2016 we go and many of these may begin to worry investors that central bankers are not miracle workers.

A look at the week that was and the outlook for the final week of the year… Read more


TDI Podcast: Never Say This To Investors (#442)

December 13, 2015

The market sell-off this past week can be chalked up to a few simple facts. First, ahead of the Fed there is concern that a rate hike may create excess volatility. Second, crude oil prices plunged and finally, the worst thing you can ever say to an investor sent stocks into a tailspin. Listen in as we cover these and other important topics that will shape markets in the next few weeks.

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TDI Podcast: Game Plan – Key Support Levels (#440)

November 29, 2015

The end of the year is approaching and the markets are still holding up well – despite all of the negative news. In this episode, we take a close look at the key levels to watch for the major indices and note important price points.

The Fed will be watching the employment reports this week and investors will be Read more


TDI Podcast: Investment Worthy Trends (#439)

November 22, 2015

Last week’s market rally came at a time that there was the potential for a panic sell-off. Rather amazing to see and we discuss the drivers for the move.

There is still a concern over the underlying breadth of markets and some of the statistics that we share in this episode should help us to understand more about the current trend. Also, we focus on the process of finding trends that may be investment worthy. Read more


TDI Podcast: Beyond The Employment Blowout (#437)

November 8, 2015

The employment numbers stunned analysts. Maybe that should teach us to ignore analysts! China posted horrendous economic data again and this is become more worrisome by the day.

We discuss the hot and not-so hot sectors of the S&P 500 and what areas around the world may have investors interested.

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