In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, Mark Justice brings 8 popular theories in the investing world about how and why the Stock Market might Collapse. Matt and Tim Justice give their opinions on whether there’s value in the theories or not.
In this episode, Matt and Tim welcome Slawomir Juraszek. Slawomir was born and raised in Poland, came to the US in 2002, started trading in 2008 and is a professional day trader. He’s a down to earth guy, family man, and wonderful person. From his first trade in Ford stock, as a mechanic working for a Ford dealership, to now where he day trades for his living, it’s an incredible story and journey.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcome Brandon Diaz to the show. Matt and Tim ask Brandon about his journey, from not doing well as a student to joining the Military, and then becoming a Real Estate Investor.
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, Tim interviews Beau Henderson, the bestselling author of 9 books, host of The RichLife show and writer for one of the largest financial publishing houses in the country.
In this special episode, Matt Justice interviews Emily Muiruri, a long-time friend trader, investor, and Coach, dedicated to bringing financial education to women through her project Women in Trading at Tackle Trading.
In this episode, we review the markets during the Skyline segment. The Feature Presentation is an interview with Christian Sisson about his recent writings in the Trading Justice Newsletter about The Holy Trinity of Trading, and specifically Position Sizing. Finally, it’s March Madness, and the boys go through their bracket picks for the NCAA basketball tournament.
Ever curious what are the biggest mistakes a retiree makes? What are some of the items to consider before you retire? In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, Tim Justice interviews Darryl Lyons about money, markets and retirement planning. Listen in to the podcast and get some actionable ideas for yourself about retirement planning, and financial planning.
How successful traders and investors are born? The first step is mastering Portfolio Design; the second is mastering Position Sizing. Above all, Position Sizing is an exercise of humility. We don’t move the markets, we follow them. They are indifferent to us and can be very hostile. They are not simple, but utterly complex and we don’t know the future. Only Position Sizing will be there for us when all else fails.
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, Matt, Tim, and Mark discuss the role of leadership in evaluating a company. Great leaders make an impact but, how do you quantify leadership? Warren Buffet detailed 4 traits of a leader, including trustworthiness, skill, energy, and love for the business.