In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, we are joined by Gino Poore. Gino is a veteran trader, a coach at Tackle Trading and a mentor to new traders. Listen in for some wisdom about how to get started, what mistakes to avoid if you’re new and how he got good in the business.
Trading Justice 318: The Stock Market is Dead, Long Live the Stock Market
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.
Trading Justice Episode 310: Peter Hug on Commodities
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, the team welcomes Peter Hug to discuss the metals markets, gold, silver, palladium and more. Peter has been involved in precious metals since 1974. He brings extensive experience, wit and wisdom to a discussion about investing in the markets.
Episode 308: Little Capital to Trade
Matt and Tim are joined by producer Mark to discuss a commonly asked question: How do I start if I don’t have a lot of money? There are many ideas thrown about, a discussion on our favorite books and products, as well as what NOT to do if you’re in this position.
Episode 307: Recession Triggers
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, Matt and Tim discuss the 14 points of a recent report from a market analyst detailing the potential catalysts that could trigger a recession in 2019.
Episode 306: An Interview with Maria Diamond
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, the Justice boys continue their series of interviews with students turned traders with Maria Diamond. Originally from Russia, Maria has an interesting journey from zero knowledge about the markets to the trader she is today. It was our pleasure interviewing Maria.
Episode 305: An Interview with Grant Larsen
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, Matt and Tim bring back the Market Skyline to analyze the broad markets from the top. Stock prices have started the year with a nice bullish move, and the most common patterns developing on charts are the V-shaped recovery.