TDI Podcast: Hot Tech Trends with Frank Curzio (#596)

Frank Curzio is back from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and has some great stories to share.

We discuss some of the winners and losers from CES as well as some of the newest and coolest tech trends.

Plus – insights on the economy, markets and more.

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TDI Podcast: It’s All About That Hedge (#595)

With all of the recent volatility – it is time to discuss some hedging strategies that can help with downside risk. Strategies for stocks and overall portfolio risk mitigation are explored in for times when the dominoes start to fall.

A look back on the end of 2018 and a look...

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TDI Podcast: The Very Bestest of 2018 (#594)

The Best – the very best of 2018. There was some many great guest and fantastic discussions. We went back and took a look at some of our favorites and put them together for this show.

Plenty more in store for 2019. A bug thanks to you – the listeners –...

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TDI Podcast: Dangerous Feedback Loop (#593)

Markets are reacting to a barrage of news and investor sentiment has soured. We are witnessing a negative feedback loop that is feeding on itself. Some techniques and exercises to help keep you thinking before acting.

A few short-term signals are reaching levels that appear to support a bounce – especially...

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TDI Podcast: The Low-Down on the Low-Dow (#592)

In this episode we take a look at some of the software, research and news that I use on a regular basis. In addition, reflections on what we have accomplished with the show this year and some thoughts our commitment to continue producing great content.

When is the time to start...

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TDI Podcast: No More Leeway (#591)

So much for seasonality…. DJIA gives back all of last week’s cheer.

There are frantic yield inversion worries

And Listener Questions…

Plus, a look at some of the reasons that markets continue to be in sell-the-rip mode.

Link to Passive vs. Active Investing Report

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TDI Podcast: American Business Exceptionalism (#590)

Our guest, Arthur Herman shares some incredible stories of success that evolved through a quasi public/private partnership – before and during WW2.

Business leaders across all sectors came together with one mind, one goal – win the war. Which business leaders today could be in line to help provide that kind...

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TDI Podcast: Disorderly Conduct (#589)

There are several indications that last week’s market action was rather disorderly. A bit of panic selling seen on the opens and that may lead to some interesting opportunities.

A look at the TRIN and Put/Call Ratio indicators – and what they are telling us.

Plenty of listener questions and a book...

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TDI Podcast: Curzio Discussing SumAhParts (#588)

Frank Curzio explains that there is a special phrase that analysts use that should send investors running for to the doors.

We discuss the the troubles facing big-box retail and the outlook for the economy.

Plus we take up the topic again of how tariffs can impact companies, both domestic and international...

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TDI Podcast: Technically Challenged (#587)

In this episode, we take a look at some of the internals that make up the technical levels for markets.

Inflation is heating up, the Fed is staying the course – investors are getting worried.

Stocks to watch, the outlook for 2018/2019 and listener questions.

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TDI Podcast: Holiday Gifts from The Fed Cancelled (#586)

A big rebound – many want to know if this is for real.

Apple (AAPL) tanks, trade talks gone wild and a look at “GooBad” news.

This week’s guest, Danielle DiMartino Booth tells us why she is no longer on the Fed’s holiday card list.

Danielle DiMartino Booth is CEO and Director of...

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TDI Podcast: A Deep Dive and Statistical Anomalies (#585)

Trillions lost and key market indices are now in the red for the year. Earnings have been mixed but still decent growth overall. However, investors are focused on the outlook that is not as bright as was hoped for.

Plus, we take a take a look at some interesting statistical rarities...

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