Trading Stocks Made Easy with Tyrone Jackson: Investing in Stocks | Investing Money
About This Show
Trading Stocks Made Easy is a weekly Podcast hosted by stock market trader, teacher and mentor Tyrone Jackson. Best known for his Huffington Post blogs and his Wealthy Investor Program, Mr. Jackson will help demystify stock trading and investing so that you can make money and profit. Each week Tyrone reviews individual stocks as case studies as well as interviews experts and some of his most successful students who are learning to master the process of wealth building via investing.
For followers of The Rich Dad Poor Dad, CNBC and Suzie Orman, Tyrone Jackson is the next step in the process of making money and becoming financially free.
Most Recent Episode
TSME #40 Trader's Roundtable - Darcy & Greg
5 days ago
Born in Peekskill, Darcy Parsons attended school in Buffalo before moving to New York City where she became a producer. She worked on SNL for a few years as segment producer for anything filmed outside of the show. With experience in advertising and producing Darcy eventually moved to Los Angeles and worked in commercials. She opened her own company, Brewster Parsons, which specializes in photo real visual effects, direction, design, and project management. Darcy had invested in the stock market in the late 90's and lost $10,000. She swore she would never invest in the stock market again. Instead she dappled in real estate investment. But when Darcy met someone who knew Tyrone and recommended his class, she decided it couldn’t hurt to hear his method. She was inspired by The Wealthy Investor program because there was accountability and monthly classes to make sure that the students are current with what is happening in the market. As a creative and a visual person, she enjoys that Tyrone's method simplifies something that is so extremely complex. Darcy went to the class for 6 months before making her first trade. She made her first trade with Ebay and made $750 on a volatility trade. She made $2,000 her first month and became a believer. In the Wealthy Investor Program, Tyrone and his students are simultaneously both traders, taking income in off a covered call or volatility trade, and investors who build wealth by building positions on $5 buy signals. Darcy has a few long-term positions in stocks that she uses this technique to build. This basically means that when you buy shares of a stock, you wait for it to go up five dollars to prove that it’s worthy of another round of investing. Darcy also believes that dividends are hugely important. For example, Darcy owns Macy’s stock, which has dropped, but she is still capturing the income from the dividend. She also believes that this stock is a good long-term “date” and plans to hold onto it for a while. Greg Vojtanek grew up outside of Chicago to a middle class family. The extent of his stock market education was a 45 minute lesson in high school. Greg majored in Theater at Lewis University outside of Chicago, IL. Afterwards he moved to Los Angeles to pursue in career in acting, until he moved to NYC for love. While in New York, he first began investing in real estate. He managed a small property in PA. Since he was already interested in investing and residual