Tag: SHOW NOTES

TDI Podcast: Opportunities Abound with Frank Curzio (#511)

Guest: Frank Curzio and Andrew discuss their thoughts on oil, retail and the economy.

Frank thinks that oil is set up for a big move and there are many companies that may benefit.

We also drill down on some of the areas of retail that are seeing some recent upside price action...

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TDI Podcast: The Robo-Ripoff Exposed (#510)

Traditional Robo-Advice appears to be nothing more than an asset grab by some of the biggest brokers and fund providers. Has anyone ever asked why they are using their own proprietary funds as the core investment choices? There are so many other conflicts as well – we need to get...

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TDI Podcast: The Robo Rip , SNAP and Banger (#509)

The Robo-Ripoff has now reached a level that we need to expose it for what it is. More on SNAP as it was hack-sawed after earnings. It seems as though investors finally realize that there isn’t much to this company.

We also take a quick look at The Banger Pattern and...

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TDI Podcast: Junior Achievements (#507)

In this episode we speak with a great guest, Jack Kosakowski about the financial literacy of both students and adults. An really interesting study about money was completed by Junior Achievement and we dig into the findings.

Plus – GDP downgrades, earnings in the spotlight and more…

Jack is the President and...

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TDI Podcast: Computational Anthropomorphism with Ben Hunt (#505)

Dr. Ben Hunt, author of the weekly newsletter Epsilon Theory joins us with for a fascinating discussion. We cover areas related to the next generation of programmatical investing as well as some interesting historical rhythms.

We start this episode of a review of the latest week and the significant increase in...

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TDI Podcast: Fearless Wealth with RC Peck (#504)

What is up with Tony Robbins pushing investment management programs these days? Looks like a simple disruption of the marketing end of money management. RC and Andrew get to the bottom of what is really going on with this as well as other important areas that investors need to be...

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TDI Podcast: Tim Sykes – Multi-Million Dollar Trader (#503)

Breakouts, breakdowns, float outstanding and setups – all need to know concepts in the world of day-trading penny stocks. Tim Sykes helps us to better understand how these can be used and how he has made millions with these techniques.

Consumer Confidence is up – but spending down. What is going...

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TDI Podcast: Fitting The Narrative (#502)

So much for the “repeal and replace” efforts. Many are wondering what this may mean for stocks and the outlook for approval of many of the other campaign promises.

Stocks post their worst week of the year, the Vix briefly surpasses 14 as investors are growing concerned about the potential for...

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TDI Podcast: Catching Up (#501)

Fed raises rates, but has a dovish tone in their follow up comments. Gold soars and the U.S. dollar sinks.

Economic conditions remain strong, but the high-end housing market may be foretelling us that there is a slowdown coming in the real estate markets.

Plus – listener’s questions answers.

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TDI Podcast: A Decade of TDI Podcasts (#500)

It has been a wonderful time to be a podcaster. Starting back in 2007, it was the very early days for this platform. We had only the beginnings of an idea of how to share and learn. Since our humble beginnings, the show has grown into one of the top...

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TDI Podcast: The Marijuana Market (#498)

This episode is dedicated to the Marijuana industry – some of the important financial considerations as well as ways to invest. The opportunities are presenting themselves, but what should be the areas to really focus on and how will that play out over the long-term?

Guest, Steve Gormley helps us better...

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TDI Podcast – Your Questions Are Answered (#497)

Markets don’t want to give up anything – even with a small hiccup on Thursday, every dip (minute by minute) is being bought. Volumes are average but there is so much fewer shares in the market these days with all of the buybacks that appears easier to push markets.

Economics are...

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