TDI Podcast: Tips From The Teen Traders (#470)

Teen Traders, Getty Hill and Tristen Najarian tell us how they see the markets – from a teenager’s perspective. We discuss the ways they decided to get more involved with markets and how they research. They also provide us a few of their favorite stock picks as well.

In this episode, we start with a discussion of markets and the economic reports that will be shaping things to come. The faux pas of the Bank of Japan is in the spotlight as the Yen rises to 102!


Teen Traders

Getty Hill

Teenage stock market extraordinaire, Getty Hill, is the co-founder of Teen Traders, an engaging and informative platform where traders of all levels can learn important stock market skills. With the guidance of Jon “DRJ” Najarian, CNBC financial correspondent and media analyst, Getty and his partner, Tristen Najarian, bring their passion and knowledge to individuals through their series of short videos on trading. Getty currently attends the Latin School of Chicago where he is the captain of the robotics team and a fierce competitor on the golf team. He uses his spare time to apply current world events to predict changes in his stocks.

Tristen Najarian

Born and raised in Chicago, Tristen Najarian is a teenage stock expert and co-founder of Teen Traders, an engaging and informative platform where traders of all levels can learn important stock market skills. With the help of her father, Jon “DRJ” Najarian, CNBC financial correspondent and media analyst, Tristen combined with her love of math, trading and numbers to break into the world of stocks at the young age of 14. Tristen truly enjoys making predictions and studying market trends with the goal of helping others build on their investments. Tristen currently attends the Latin School of Chicago, where she enjoys track and field, field hockey and acting.


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