TDI Podcast: What the Heck and Are You Kidding? (#363)

May 11, 2014

ARE YOUR KIDDING? We look at the ridiculous turn that Jim Cramer has with regard to Alibaba as well as some of the recent moves in the markets. Stocks to buy and stocks to sell are discussed and much more..

Some of the more interesting topics in the news are also part of what we discuss in this episode.

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TDI Podcast: HFT and The Most Important Earnings of The Year (#359)

April 13, 2014

The market swoon may not only be a simple technical breach. We look at the potential fallout from Michael Lewis’s book on HFT as well as the important earnings reports that will be hitting this week.

We also spend some time on figuring out whether or not Mr. Draghi is full of hot air and how markets will react to the barrage of headlines that will be coming out of Europe this week. Read more


TDI Podcast: Extreme Money With Das (#358)

April 6, 2014

We last spoke to our guest Satyajit Das in December and at that time we had a conversation about the emerging problems in the emerging nations. The USD was rising and what we should expect. Now we discuss the next areas of concern, the potential for QE in Europe and a few not so often discussed items that need our attention. Read more


TDI Podcast: Rotten IPOs and How To Weather The Coming Storm (#357)

March 30, 2014

In this episode we look at the warnings signs that the market is giving us. Some of the MOMO names are clearly being sold along with last year’s winners. The rotation is becoming more apparent and we go through how that may play out. Lots of good investment disciplines discussed in this episode. Read more


TDI Podcast: Curzio on Shale and the E-Cig Revolution (#345)

January 2, 2014

We are talking with Frank Curzio to close out the 2013 year and find out what is ahead for 2014. Franks talk about some of the potential in the shale oil arena as well as gold stocks and cloud computing. We then talk with Ken Shea about the potential for growth of the e-cig market. This could be a real winner from the looks of the growth track. Read more

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