In this month’s newsletter, we are going to delve into that longer-term focus that the investors typically have and see how they perceive things a bit differently than those crazy traders!
Of Price Gaps and Potholes| Trading Justice Newsletter Vol. 35
Trading Justice 375: Jabon Wilson
In this episode, we welcome Jabon Wilson back to the podcast. Jabon is a trader, entrepreneur, great conversationalist and student of the markets. We talk to Jabon about how he’s approaching the markets right now. We also ask him for his perspective on the recent protests around the country. Before that, we analyze the broad market conditions during our Market Skyline. Lastly, we play a game where we guess the best athletes of all time from a list Coach Tim found.
Trading Justice 374: Brandon Diaz
In this episode, we welcome Brandon Diaz back to the podcast. Brandon is a Real Estate investor, an entrepreneur, a public speaker, and a very engaging person. Matt sits down with Brandon and asks him for his insights across many topics in Real Estate Investing. Before that, we analyze the major stories during our Market Skyline. Lastly, we play a game where we take 16 of the distressed companies and vote on who is the better 10-year play as a Buy Low candidate.
Trading Justice 373: Insurance and Risk Aversion
In the markets, there are many available products you can use to take risk away from a particular trade or portfolio. Insurance can be extremely helpful and necessary when you need it. Listen in for our insights into this important topic and get some tips on how to approach using insurance including Put Options, Selling Call Options and Position Sizing. Before that, we analyze the markets from a top down perspective during our Market Skyline. Lastly, we play a game of ‘would you insure this?’
Trading Justice Interviews: Guy Cohen
Trading Justice 372: Stock Picking Bracketology
In this episode, we welcome Jake Larmour back to the podcast. First, we analyze the markets from a top down perspective during our Market Skyline. After, that, we have a 16 stock bracket based competition where we analyze two stocks at a time, and move one forward based on majority vote. It’s a tournament style bracket, with one final name to take the top spot. Lastly, I ask Jake to analyze the recent Bitcoin halving that occurred Monday.
Oil and the USO Riddle | Trading Justice Newsletter Vol. 31
We live in a brave new world. Pandemics and quarantines are one thing, but negative prices for a commodity? That is a head-scratcher once thought to be impossible. I remember a time when hillbillies finding oil led to riches and a Beverly Hills mansion. Had they been so unlucky to have stumbled upon black gold…
Trading Justice 371: Guy Cohen
In this episode, we welcome Guy Cohen back to the podcast. Guy is an author, trader, technician and market analyst who brings great insight into the current conditions across the markets. Before that, Coach Matt, Mark and Tim discuss recent market conditions during our Market Skyline. Lastly, we honor the life of Don Shula, the great Miami Dolphins football coach who passed on Monday. We discuss the great NFL coaches of all time and talk about how football might look in the fall.
Trading Justice 369: The Oil Contango and Negative Prices
In this episode, we examine the recent market conditions across stocks, commodities and currencies. During our feature, we discuss the recent volatility in Oil and the contango that has developed in the futures market. In the first time in the history of oil, the WTI contract traded for negative prices, moving all the way to -$40 per barrel on the May contract. Lastly, we play a game of buy or sell during.