In this episode, we welcome “The Godfather’ Keith King to the podcast to discuss the recent market volatility, day trading, the Coronavirus and more. Listen in as we first discuss the Market dynamics in our Market Skyline and then stay for a Feature Presentation where we ask Keith for some tips on how to navigate these conditions. Lastly, Coach Mark has a question for the panel where he asks what restaurant we would all like to go to once this all settles down.
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, Matt, Tim, and Mark get together to discuss the recent market volatility and massive sell-off that occurred last week in stocks.
In this episode, we welcome Pete Thomas to discuss topics gold, palladium, the Coronavirus outbreak, and Fed policy.
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, the boys are joined by Jake Pelley as they get a chance to talk to him about how he’s approaching trading in 2020.
Is the traditional business cycle dead? In this episode, Matt, Tim, and Mark will discuss this idea, its flaws, and some of the economic history that brought us to this current place in today’s economy.
In this episode, we welcome Tyler Craig to discuss option strategies with a deep dive into Straddles. Whenever earnings season comes around, many options traders break out their options playbook and pull out this unique and powerful options strategy.
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, Matt and Tim discuss the Tackle 25 release for 2020. This list serves as a candidate list to trade Covered Calls, Naked Puts and other strategies used by options traders throughout the year.
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, Matt and Tim announce the launch of the Tackle Trading Playbook containing 31 essential trading strategies. Building a playbook is a vital step in a trader’s journey.
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, we discuss the book ‘Aftermath’ by James Rickards. This book examines the state of economics today after the financial markets crisis forced bankers to drop interest rates drastically and print money to inflate asset prices.