In this episode, Matt and Tim sit down to discuss the Art of the Reversal, an important technical analysis concept that develops through five specific steps. The steps include slowing momentum in trend, a double top, a double bottom, a breakdown and then the Kiss of Death. Before that, we analyze the broad markets during our Market Skyline. Lastly, we answer questions in our Coaches Mailbag. We answer questions regarding brokers, naked puts, investing and day trading options.
In this episode, we welcome Pete Thomas back to the podcast to discuss gold, silver and the metals markets. Pete is a Senior Vice President at Zaner Precious Metals and an expert on the metals market with decades of experience and insight. Before that, we analyze the broad markets during our Skyline. Lastly, Coach Mark asks Matt and Tim to pick over/under for a list of key stocks with earnings in regards to how we think they’ll perform over the next quarter relative to the market.
In this episode, the boys get together to review the first six months of the year in markets. We look back at some of our original predictions, talk about what we got right, what we got wrong and discuss how we think things might play out for the rest of 2020. Before that, Matt and Tim analyze the broad markets this week during our Market Skyline. Lastly, Mark asks Matt and Tim to make some predictions in the world of politics for the rest of the year.
In this episode, Tim sit’s down with Matt to discuss the state of Financial Education in 2020. Matt is the architect of the STEP System course which teaches Stop Loss, Targeting, Entry Triggers and Position sizing to traders. Listen in as Matt talks about how to develop as a trader. Before that, Mark and Tim analyze the current state of the markets during our skyline. Lastly, Mark has a game for Matt and Tim where we guess what acronyms are most popular via text message.
Stocks have been resilient holding their current upward trends and patterns. Participants have focused on buying into stocks in the Blue Chip category and pandemic specific plays. We discuss all of the action during our Market Skyline and break down the difference of a V, U, W and L shaped recovery. After that, Coach Mark has a game ready where he reads quotes from Federal Reserve Chairmen from the last 4 decades and Matt and Tim have to guess who said them.
In this episode, we welcome Noah Davidson to the podcast. Noah is a trader, coach, instructor and charting specialist. We talk to Noah about the recent technical conditions in stocks, Bullish Retracement patterns, how to qualify them and what he likes to see when they occur. Before that, Matt, Tim and Mark analyze the major themes in the market during our Skyline. Lastly, we bring back a popular game ‘Clown of the Week’ to have some fun.
In this episode, we welcome Keith King to discuss current market conditions, trading in these environments, and the long term fundamental outlook. Keith is a veteran trader, former market maker, mentor, and an excellent teacher. Before that, we analyze all the markets from a top-down approach in our Market Skyline segment. Lastly, Coach Tim asks the boys to quiz questions about some of the greatest quarterbacks of all time.
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.
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.
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?’