Trading Justice

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The October Book Club brings you author and veteran trader Andy Tanner to break down his insights on 401ks in the book 401Kaos. 401ks are all most consumers know when it comes to investing. Are they worth it in the end? The evidence doesn’t paint a very good picture…
Start of Andy Interview — 2:34 History of 401Kaos — 3:50 Swimming in a Sea of Risk — 7:17 History of 401k — 10:00 Cashflow v Net Worth — 12:34 Retirement Pension — 15:45 401k 'accident' — 17:32 Why 401k doesn't work — 24:51 Different Tax Levels — 27:17 Compatibility — 29:35 Promises Kept... Or Not — 34:50 Paul Revere or Chicken Little — 36:33 Liquidating a 401k — 39:56 Employer Contributuion — 44:49 Friends and Family Reaction — 50:35 Rob Asks Andy To Write The Book — 53:39
December's book is Trading in the Zone by Mark Douglas. You can find it on Amazon right here, or check your local library. We'll be doing a live audience podcast on December 1  at 7 PM ET to discuss the book. You'll be able to join us right here: Podcast Room
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Direct download: TJ186AndyTanner401KaosFINAL.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 2:59pm MST

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The past week brought us major business and political news: AT&T and Time Warner announced their intention to merge while the Clinton campaign had a rough go of it from email releases by Wikileaks & O’Keefe’s latest video. Join Matt and Tim for their take on mergers and the campaign.
Halloween—3:10 ATT Time Warner Merger—9:06 Monopolies—14:48 IPO & Private Equity—20:00 Antitrust History—23:25 Neoliberal Economics—24:27 Effects of Monopoly and Mergers—28:09 Recent Merger History—35:45 Market Conditions and Leverage Requirements—40:32 Soros and Put Options—45:04 M&A Summary—49:53 Introducing Producer Cam—53:58 Clown of the Week—56:40 God and Oil—58:32 Donna Brazile—1:08:27 Clinton Wikileaks—1:17:40 Matt Prays—1:20:38 Special Guest Appearance—1:23:46  
October's book is 401(k)aos by Andy Tanner. You can find it on Amazon right here, or check your local library. We'll be doing a live audience podcast on October 27 at 7 PM ET to discuss the book. You'll be able to join us right here: Podcast Room
For your free 15 day Tackle Trading Pro trial membership, follow this link (https://tackletrading.com/join-pro/) and fill out the form with the coupon code being: theta
Direct download: TJ185MergersLeaksFINAL.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 11:27pm MST

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It can feel like it's impossible to not find a winning trade in a bull market. Entire sectors see anywhere from steady to meteoric rises, companies report increased earnings quarter over quarter... even normally mediocre stocks can feel the uplift of such a market (as a rising tide raises all ships). Week after week, the markets generally continue to rise. It even feels like it'll last forever sometimes, right? Well, we all know how that goes. A bull (or bear, for that matter) market won't last forever. Resistance will eventually be found, tested, and remain unbroken, causing the market to at the least go sideways for a time. In such an instance, the markets become almost dull as they ping pong between constrained high and low. Specific strategies, such as straddles, work well enough; as can directionally trading within support and resistance. ...but what if support is broken consistently, and in a bigger way? Welcome, friends, to a bear market. Folks newer to trading may feel the opposite about a bear market as compared to a bull market: winning trades are almost impossible to find. Not the case at all. You just need to change up your strategy. First, there are always some risers even in a bear market. They can be tougher to find, but they do indeed exist (which is what scanners are for). Alternately, shorting is always an option. Or, you could choose to cash flow by selling options at a higher premium should volatility see an increase, as well. Long and short of it: there are ALWAYS trades if you know where to look. Not sure how to trade in a bear market yourself? Then give this episode a listen as Tim and Matt discuss bear markets, what can cause them, and what you can do to trade them.

October's book is 401(k)aos by Andy Tanner. You can find it on Amazon right here, or check your local library. We'll be doing a live audience podcast on October 27 at 7 PM ET to discuss the book. You'll be able to join us right here: Podcast Room
For your free 15 day Tackle Trading Pro trial membership, follow this link (https://tackletrading.com/join-pro/) and fill out the form with the coupon code being: theta Also, we'll be giving away a free month of Tackle Trading Pro membership to the best, most interesting review left for the podcast on iTunes! You can leave a review right here. applogoapple
Direct download: TJ184BearMarketsFINAL.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 2:02am MST

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The markets appear stable enough, but are they really? There's systemic risk out there. Currency is pumped into the markets to keep them afloat, the Fed is deferring increasing the interest rate, and more. Should a particular drop occur, it could actually cause a runaway fall in the security.
If that sounds far fetched, look no further than the flash crash of the GBP over the weekend. Due to the volatility surrounding the currency combined with high frequency trading algorithms, once the Pound dropped below a particular level of support, the drop became precipitous. (High frequency trading algorithms are tradebots with trigger orders that act with millisecond speed.)
Volatility and black swan events such as the the GBP flash crash contribute to the systemic risk that's more present in the markets than usual. Want to know more? Listen to the latest episode of Trading Justice!

October's book is 401(k)aos by Andy Tanner. You can find it on Amazon right here, or check your local library. We'll be doing a live audience podcast on October 27 at 7 PM ET to discuss the book. You'll be able to join us right here: Podcast Room
For your free 15 day Tackle Trading Pro trial membership, follow this link (https://tackletrading.com/join-pro/) and fill out the form with the coupon code being: theta Also, we'll be giving away a free month of Tackle Trading Pro membership to the best, most interesting review left for the podcast on iTunes! You can leave a review right here. applogoapple logo_0034_stitcher tunein-logo
Direct download: TJ183SystemicRiskElectionsFINAL.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 4:34pm MST

podcast With a little over a month until election day, both candidates have overall established their policy. ...but what are the policies, actually? The airwaves tend to be dominated more by 3 AM tweets, missing emails, misfiled paperwork, and other noise. Granted, some of that noise should be paid attention to, but it distracts from where each candidate stands on the economy, taxes, and more. Well, the Brothers Justice say, "Enough!" They've dug into the positions for both Clinton and Trump in order to do a side-by-side comparison injected with their trademark commentary. Taxes, central banking policy, corporate regulations, and more; Matt and Tim get to the root of each candidate's positions and breaks them down for ya. So instead of reading about another tweetstorm, sit back and enjoy episode 182 of the Trading Justice podcast.
October's book is 401(k)aos by Andy Tanner. You can find it on Amazon right here, or check your local library. We'll be doing a live audience podcast on October 27 at 7 PM ET to discuss the book. You'll be able to join us right here: Podcast Room
For your free 15 day Tackle Trading Pro trial membership, follow this link (https://tackletrading.com/join-pro/) and fill out the form with the coupon code being: theta Also, we'll be giving away a free month of Tackle Trading Pro membership to the best, most interesting review left for the podcast on iTunes! You can leave a review right here. applogoapple logo_0034_stitcher tunein-logo
Direct download: TJ182PresidentialPodcast.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 12:32pm MST

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