TDI Podcast: Bubba Gump Tariffs (#551)

Over the past couple of weeks, tariffs have been moving markets. Now we see that the original concept of harsh tariffs have been mostly reversed. Why? Was this just a tactic for negotiation or political gain? We explore the lessons that can be learned from the process of testing...

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TDI Podcast: Catching up With Curzio (#550)

In the episode, I ask Frank Curzio about the health of the markets. Is good news – bad news now? We also look back on his great call on the retail stocks from December and the outlook for a few key names.

We also take a look at some of...

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TDI Podcast: Shower, Trickle, Drip (#549)

Markets have been in rally mode, but where is the volume? We spend some time dissecting the latest minutes from the Fed to better understand the potential for rates over the next year.

Also, a look at some of the important levels for market indices as well as insight into key...

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TDI Podcast: Inflation Is In The House! (#548)

Quite the recovery – but what has history shown about the next potential move? We look back on other periods of intense volatility to find out more.

Inflation is definitely on the rise. Several key economic reports this week confirmed that there has been a significant change in prices. Even so,...

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TDI Podcast: Market Correction Gameplan (#547)

Constant talk of good fundamentals and earnings had many investors adding leverage as volatility was non-existent. Risk has not been a concern for some time and portfolio leverage grew to historic levels.

Then the spark that lit the fire –  a sudden rise in yields caused panic which resulted in...

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TDI Podcast: Add Debt and Stir with Danielle Park (#546)

Danielle Park explains why the markets are vulnerable at this point. In particular she looks at the incredible amount of corporate and sovereign debt that has built up over the past year.

More importantly, she teaches us about risk and why many people overstate their risk tolerance. By looking to a...

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TDI Podcast: Decrypting Crypto Charts with Brian Shannon (#545)

In this episode, Brian Shannon of AlphaTrends.net provides valuable insights into trading crytptocurrencies. We talk about some of his favorite setups, indicators and what coins to focus on.

As Brian has always said, “it is only price that pays” and this goes for trends with cryptocurrencies as well. We talk Bitcoin,...

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TDI Podcast: The Right Side Up with Jeffrey Small (#544)

Guest, Jeffrey Small explains why he thinks that it may be time to get out of stocks. He tells us that most investors don’t know the risk that they are facing and how there are many better alternatives.

Artificial markets, buybacks and central bank priming are some of the key reasons...

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TDI Podcast: Danielle DiMartino Booth – Fed Up (#543)

Guest, Danielle DiMartino Booth and Andrew discuss inflation from the Fed’s perspective. Danielle provides a some fascinating statistics regarding the massive amount of stimulus that has been pumped into global markets by central banks in 2017 as well as her thoughts on the potential for a global tax war.

What about...

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TDI Podcast: The Mean Reversion Trade (#542)

Investors celebrating the New Year! Crude oil hit best level since 2014.

While the jobs report was disappointing – it had not impact on markets.

CryptoCurrency sites seeing a deluge of new accounts – we get to the bottom of what is going on.

Take a look at the guests we have had...

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TDI Podcast: The “Best Of” Show 2017 (#541)

What an amazing year! With over 60 hours of listening time recorded this year, we had some remarkable guests and gained tremendous insights. Discussions ranged from behavioral finance to the deconstruction of economic data.

Awards ceremonies for the first time the DJIA hit 20,000 and a good amount of content related...

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TDI Podcast: Negging with Ben Hunt (#540)

Guest, Dr. Ben Hunt is the last guest for 2017 and a great one indeed. We discuss the levers that are pulled by many in the establishments in order to have us think along with the herd.

Some of the more interesting areas of discussion focus on behavioral finance and how to...

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