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44 minutes | Oct 21, 2021
Ep. 135: Lauren Simmons: Going Public With Crowdfunding
Lauren Simmons started her career on the floor of the NYSE at the age of 22, the youngest floor trader at the time. Soon, she'll be hosting an upcoming series "Going Public." It will explore how retail investors can gain early access to funding companies through Regulation A+. We also take a look at how the market is acting since its follow-through day and discuss regional banks through an ETF (KRE), Lennar (LEN) and Keysight (KEYS). For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
53 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
Ep. 134: Scott St. Clair: How To Prepare Ahead Of A Market Uptrend
Scott St. Clair, manager of premium products at IBD, talks about staying engaged even when the stock market is in corrective phase. By keeping the same routine of screening stocks, he's always aware of what the next leaders could be during a market correction. Pilot positions also give him valuable market feedback of what's working. We discuss stocks on his radar like Bill.com (BILL), MongoDB (MDB) and Valaris (VAL). For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
53 minutes | Oct 7, 2021
Ep. 133: Nina Deka: Healthcare Technology Still In Early Stages Of Disruption
Nina Deka, Senior Research Analyst at ROBO Global, points out some huge problems in the healthcare industry that are ripe for innovative solutions. After looking at some of five major themes, Nina revisits some stocks from her last appearance like 1Life Healthcare (ONEM) and Teladoc (TDOC) as well as the stories behind Tabula Rasa (TRHC) Akoya BioSciences (AKYA), Catalent (CTLT), Dexcom (DXCM) and Fate Therapeutics (FATE). For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
51 minutes | Sep 30, 2021
Ep. 132: Mark Minervini: How Discipline And Sacrifice Made Him A U.S. Investing Champion
Mark Minervini, has 37 years of trading experience, authored books on trading and also won a U.S. Investing Championship. His consistent outperformance of the market comes down to discipline and sacrifice. Following rules keeps him from costly errors, like overtrading. He demonstrates his points with examples like Moderna (MRNA), Tesla (TSLA), Penske Automotive (PAG), Tempur Sealy (TPX), Sierra Wireless (SWIR), and FedEx (FDX). For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
50 minutes | Sep 23, 2021
Ep 131: How Fantasy Football Can Help Your Stock Trading (Or Vice Versa?)
Irusha Peiris, portfolio manager at O'Neil Global Advisors, shares what lessons Fantasy Football offers stock traders. It's not just about the strength of the stock, or player, but the strong team that will give more opportunities. And sometimes, no matter how much you like a stock, or player, they need to be cut if they get injured. We also look at a few stocks like Builders FirstSource (BLD), AutoZone (AZO) and Floor & Decor (FND). For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
42 minutes | Sep 16, 2021
Ep. 130: Mary Ellen McGonagle Uses Top-Down Approach To Find The Next Trend
77 minutes | Sep 9, 2021
Ep. 129: Kenny Polcari Shares His Memories Of 9/11 From Ground Zero
Kenny Polcari, managing partner at Kace Capital Advisors, brings his four decades of experience on the floor of the NYSE to today's market. He gives his current outlook and why he's interested in "fear index" (VIXY) as a hedge and dividend plays like IBM (IBM) and the SPDR Utility ETF (XLU). Finally, Kenny shares his memories of 9/11. From his offices at the World Trade Center to the NYSE floor, his experience is unforgettable. For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
59 minutes | Sep 2, 2021
Ep. 128: George Tkaczuk: His Secret To Becoming A U.S. Investing Champion
48 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
Ep. 127: Pedro Palandrani: Which Stocks Can Benefit From Infrastructure Bill?
Pedro Palandrani, Research Analyst at Global X ETFs talks about thematic investing and specifically how stocks in the Global X Lithium Battery Tech (LIT) and U.S. Infrastructure (PAVE) could benefit from infrastructure and clean energy legislation. He covers stocks like Livent (LTHM), Lithium Americas (LAC) as well as China-based players like BYD (BYDDF) in the battery space and Jacobs Engineering (J) in heavy construction. For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
52 minutes | Aug 19, 2021
Ep. 126: Chris Gessel: How Early Entries Can Help Your Portfolio
Chris Gessel, Chief Content Officer at Investor's Business Daily, talks about early entries. He looks at upside reversals, breaks above downtrends and early resistance to get a cushion ahead of a breakout. He shares numerous trading examples including: Shopify (SHOP), DocuSign (DOCU), Nvidia (NVDA), CloudFlare (NET), MSCI (MSCI) and BioNTech (BNTX). He also checks on setups in Academy Sports & Outdoor (ASO) and Targa Resources (TRGP). For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
48 minutes | Aug 12, 2021
Ep. 125: George Young: His Bottom-Up Approach Focuses On These 3 Things
George Young, partner and portfolio manager at Villere & Co, talks about his approach for finding winning stocks. He focuses on strong companies with a competitive advantage rather than the chart. Paya (PAYA) and Ehealth (EHTH) may be down now, but he sees an overall trend in their industries that makes their future look bright. Meanwhile, T Tec (TTEC) has already seen a strong move but Young doesn't think it's over yet. For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
58 minutes | Aug 5, 2021
Ep. 124: Jim Roppel: Liquidity, Cushion and 30 Years Of Studying Bill O’Neil
55 minutes | Jul 29, 2021
Ep. 123: Irusha Peiris: Persistence, Planning And Consistency Pay Off
Irusha Peiris is back! Irusha is a portfolio manager at O'Neil Global Advisors and rejoins the podcast this week to share the lessons he's learned to get superior stock market results. He talks about persistence, planning and consistency as a winning combination for success. Irusha also provides analysis on the current market as well as stocks on his radar like Unity Software (U), Clear Secure (YOU) and Snap (SNAP). For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
57 minutes | Jul 22, 2021
Ep. 122: Rayna Lesser Hannaway: Finding Companies On The Right Side Of Change
Rayna Lesser Hannaway, portfolio manager and analyst at Polen Capital, joined the podcast this week to share her "flywheel" framework of analysis. Her team studies what factors help build upon each other to find small and midcap stocks that are on the right side of change. Lesser Hannaway provides a deep analysis on Globant (GLOB), Etsy (ETSY) and Trupanion (TRUP) as examples of companies that fit their model. For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
47 minutes | Jul 15, 2021
Ep. 121: Ed Carson: Don't Let Your Knowledge Blind You To Reality
55 minutes | Jul 8, 2021
Ep. 120: Jason Thomson: Fundamental Analysis Trumps The Chart For Big Moves
Jason Thomson, portfolio manager at O'Neil Global Advisors, joined the podcast this week to discuss how he uses a deep dive on the fundamental analysis on his core stocks to guide his investing decisions. Thomson shares how he's moved from stock picking to business analysis to capture the true market leaders of a cycle. He shares insights on Shopify (SHOP) and DocuSign (DOCU) as examples of big movers that could have further to go. For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
47 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
Ep. 119: Jim Golan: Building A High-Conviction Portfolio For The Long Haul
Jim Golan, co-portfolio manager of the William Blair Investing Management Large-Cap Growth Fund, joined the podcast this week to discuss how he builds a high-conviction portfolio with a long-term view for holdings. With a low turnover in the fund, Golan discusses his stringent criteria for adds. Plus, we take a look at some companies that reinvented themselves and could still be in the early innings of big moves: Intuit (INTU), Microsoft (MSFT), and Accenture (ACN). For show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
42 minutes | Jun 24, 2021
Ep. 118: Matt Caruso: Lessons Of The Last Year, Non-negotiable Rules, And Shades Of Gray
Matt Caruso, President of Caruso Investments, joined the podcast this week to discuss how the last year or so has put so many investing lessons into such a short period of time. He discussed how his post-analysis led him to focus on relative strength in a variety of ways and how he approaches certain criteria as non-negotiables. Plus, we take a look at several trade ideas worth considering: Roku (ROKU), Natera (NTRA), and Freedom Holding Corp (FRHC). For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
39 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Ep. 117: Larry Cordisco: What Growth Investors Should Focus On As Tech Stocks Pick Up
Larry Cordisco, co-CIO of Core Equity at Osterweis Capital Management, joins the podcast this week to provide analysis of past periods of divergence in market history to put the trading action of 2021 into perspective. We also discuss a key macroeconomic factor that could lead to growth stocks getting their time in the sun once again. Plus, Cordisco analyzes the long-term fundamental stories for Amazon (AMZN), AMD (AMD) and Aptiv (APTV). For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
45 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Ep. 116: Joe Fahmy: 5 Tools To Increase Your Probabilities Of Success
Zor Capital managing director Joe Fahmy joined the podcast this week to discuss historical market precedents that could signal where we might be headed next. Plus, Fahmy details five top tools in his toolbox to increase his probabilities of successful investing. We also analyze the action in the semiconductor sector with trades like Applied Materials (AMAT), ASML (ASML) and Nvidia (NVDA). Fahmy then gives his take on Align Technology (ALGN) and Albemarle (ALB). For the video version, show notes and charts visit investors.com/podcast.
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