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Season 3 EP 9: Raoul Pal, Founder & CEO of Global Macro Investor & Real Vision Group

Raoul Pal is someone whose work I've admired for years, both for his global macro perspective on the markets and the amazing job he and his team have done with Real Vision. I like how they've removed a lot of the conflicts of interest that come with traditional media reporting and the sensationalizing that comes along as a result. As a Macro Analyst, he does a lot of intermarket, or "cross-asset", analysis. Raoul and I see the world through a similar lens. One area where we differ is in our experiences throughout our careers and how that's shaped our view points and biases. I really enjoyed that part of the conversation. As far as current markets are concerned, Raoul thinks that negative rates in the U.S. are a real possibility. He's pointing out 30+ year trends in the bond market. We discuss bonds as well as a wide variety of topics in this episode. I really want to thank Raoul for coming on. He was an excellent guest. Make sure to follow him on Twitter @RaoulGMI

44 MIN4 days ago
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Season 3 EP 9: Raoul Pal, Founder & CEO of Global Macro Investor & Real Vision Group

Season 3 EP 8: Connie Brown, Author & President/Founder of Aerodynamic Investments

Connie Brown is the author of one of the first books I ever read on Technical Analysis. She was the one who inspired me to use Momentum as a supplement to price behavior, particularly the Relative Strength Index (RSI). It was Connie Brown who taught me how to think outside the box and question the default settings on traditional charting software. It's that next level thinking that has helped me grow throughout my career. It is a real treat for me to have her on the podcast and I think she is a great compliment to some of the other guests we've had on over the years. In this conversation we go back to the stock market panics of the 1800s, go over different global indexes and how to use them to make decisions in our own markets. If you're interested in Technical Analysis at all and want to learn how to think about things a little differently, this is the podcast episode for you!

55 MIN2 weeks ago
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Season 3 EP 8: Connie Brown, Author & President/Founder of Aerodynamic Investments

Season 3 EP 7: Denise Shull, Performance Coach & Founder of The ReThink Group

This week we have a special treat on the podcast. Denise Shull is a Performance Coach and founder of The ReThink Group.She is widely believed to be the inspiration for the characterWendyRhoades on the Showtime seriesBillions.We have a lot of different perspectives on the podcast all revolving around the behavior of the market and its participants. In this episode we focus more on the behavior of the participants themselves and why traders do the things they do. Denise shares stories about different clients she has and the ways they overcome things like loss aversion, being too aggressive and not being aggressive enough. We discuss the differences between male and female traders, the advantages women have in this field and reasons why there are so few women on Wall Street. I really enjoyed this conversation because I think it's important to understand that there are real humans on the other side of our trades. Even if they are algos built by humans, the people are still there and it's important to understand their side. One of the best things she said was about how regardless of our strategy, we need to remember that the ultimate goal is to figure out why someone would pay a higher price in the future for the stock you're buying now. We want to think about what they're thinking. Give it a listen. It's a good one!

48 MIN3 weeks ago
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Season 3 EP 7: Denise Shull, Performance Coach & Founder of The ReThink Group

Season 3 EP 6: Todd Sohn, Technical Strategist at Strategas Securities

Todd Sohn is one of my favorite guys to talk to about the markets. He often sends me charts that no one else is looking at and points out important data that most people aren't talking about. His unique perspective on the market definitely makes him stand out from the rest. Todd and his team at Strategas do great work and it's a real pleasure to have him on the podcast. In this conversation we discuss the current environment for US Stocks, Interest Rates, Precious Metals and the sentiment driving current trends. He offers good advice for both new technicians and seasoned veterans. If you're at all interested in the market, this is an episode you can't miss. Enjoy!

47 MINAUG 15
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Season 3 EP 6: Todd Sohn, Technical Strategist at Strategas Securities

Season 3 EP 5: Ari Wald, Head of Technical Analysis at Oppenheimer

Ari Wald is always one of my favorite Technical Analysts. Him and I were trained around the same time so we look at the market in a very similar way. Today Ari is the Head of Technical Analysis at Oppenheimer in New York and we're very lucky to have him on the podcast. If you're interested in learning more about Ari, go back and listen to his guest appearance in Season 1 (EP 2). In this episode, Ari and I discuss the current state of the US Stock Market. Included in the analysis are breadth measurements, important levels, smoothing mechanisms and sector rotation. Him and I can talk forever about this stuff so the time felt like it flew by. We covered a ton of material in a very short period of time. I hope you enjoy this one as much as I did!

54 MINAUG 7
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Season 3 EP 5: Ari Wald, Head of Technical Analysis at Oppenheimer

Season 3 EP 4: Tony Dwyer, Chief Market Strategist at Canaccord Genuity

I've been a fan of Tony Dwyer's work for a long time. Those of you who know me see me approach the market from a top/down global macro and intermarket perspective. Tony starts his process in a similar way at Cannacord Genuity and Dwyerstrategy.com. When we're talking about the next direction for stocks, we both focus on other assets like credit to help identify big trends. We look at the behavior of commodity and currency markets to make decisions in equities. I thought this was a really fun conversation. I particularly enjoyed Tony's comparisons to 1995 and what was going on then with respect to the President's public issues, interest rates, precious metals and the US Dollar. This podcast could have gone on forever if we let it, but we kept it short and concise so we could get to the point quickly.

40 MINAUG 6
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Season 3 EP 4: Tony Dwyer, Chief Market Strategist at Canaccord Genuity

Season 3 EP 3: Riley The Intern

This is a podcast about Technical Analysis and its practitioners. I think we've done a good job of bringing in some of the top technicians in the business, and in some cases, some of the best that ever did it. My goal when I first started this was to talk to people who bring different perspectives on the subject and on the markets in general. We've had Portfolio Managers, Analysts, Traders, Authors and Psychologists come on regularly over the past few years. Today I am thrilled to invite Riley Rosenberger to the podcast to get his point of view on Technical Analysis and what it feels like to start a career as a trader. Riley interned for us last year after spending some time training with SMB Capital in New York City. "Riley The Intern", as he's known in some circles, brings a unique perspective that we haven't heard on this podcast before.When he first decided that he wanted to learn about trading, his High School teacher in Colorado told him to think about doing something else. Sh...

31 MINJUL 25
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Season 3 EP 3: Riley The Intern

Money Game Podcast: The Availability Heuristic (EP.8)

In this episode of The Money Game, Phil and I talk about the Availability Heuristic and why we are more likely to invest in certain types of companies depending on where we live. This is a really interesting phenomenon that makes a lot of sense. I'm lucky that I get to avoid this bias more than others simply because of the process I use to perform my analysis. It's a solution to a problem I didn't even know I had! This is a short one that I think is worth a listen just to learn a little bit more about yourself.

20 MINJUL 20
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Money Game Podcast: The Availability Heuristic (EP.8)

Season 3 EP 2: Rob Koyfman, Founder of Koyfin

On this Episode of the Podcast Interviews I sit down and chat with Rob Koyfman, the founder of Koyfin. This is my favorite new data and analytics platform and I find myself using these tools every day. What I find interesting and one of the reasons why we're investors is because they are building tools for both the Technical and the Fundamental community. Rob also points out the huge demand for portfolio analytics tools for Investment Advisors. The demand for these tools is coming from everyone. Him and I are often debating whether price only charts are a better representation of supply and demand than dividend adjusted charts, so we get into that discussion in this episode. Feel free to join the conversation and Tweet us @allstarcharts and @KoyfinCharts and let us know what you think.

35 MINJUL 17
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Season 3 EP 2: Rob Koyfman, Founder of Koyfin

Season 3 EP 1: James Brodie, Athena Financial Solutions

James Brodie started out auditing for Arthur Andersen and did not particularly enjoy it. In the early 1990s he started to learn about derivatives at the largest bank in the world before ultimately moving to Credit Suisse. He's lived in London, Singapore, New York and Tokyo trading currencies for both the banks and proprietary and then started his own hedge fund. James is also on the Board of the CMT Association. I really enjoyed the advice he gives about what he learned from 2 massive losses he's taken throughout his career. James is a big fan of behavioral finance and we talk about different studies where we've learned that the better traders actually have more losing trades than winning trades. Currently James is watching Gold, EURJPY and US Interest Rates and talks about how he wants to trade them.This was a fun conversation where we covered a lot of things.

40 MINJUL 6
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Season 3 EP 1: James Brodie, Athena Financial Solutions

Latest Episodes

Season 3 EP 9: Raoul Pal, Founder & CEO of Global Macro Investor & Real Vision Group

Raoul Pal is someone whose work I've admired for years, both for his global macro perspective on the markets and the amazing job he and his team have done with Real Vision. I like how they've removed a lot of the conflicts of interest that come with traditional media reporting and the sensationalizing that comes along as a result. As a Macro Analyst, he does a lot of intermarket, or "cross-asset", analysis. Raoul and I see the world through a similar lens. One area where we differ is in our experiences throughout our careers and how that's shaped our view points and biases. I really enjoyed that part of the conversation. As far as current markets are concerned, Raoul thinks that negative rates in the U.S. are a real possibility. He's pointing out 30+ year trends in the bond market. We discuss bonds as well as a wide variety of topics in this episode. I really want to thank Raoul for coming on. He was an excellent guest. Make sure to follow him on Twitter @RaoulGMI

44 MIN4 days ago
Comments
Season 3 EP 9: Raoul Pal, Founder & CEO of Global Macro Investor & Real Vision Group

Season 3 EP 8: Connie Brown, Author & President/Founder of Aerodynamic Investments

Connie Brown is the author of one of the first books I ever read on Technical Analysis. She was the one who inspired me to use Momentum as a supplement to price behavior, particularly the Relative Strength Index (RSI). It was Connie Brown who taught me how to think outside the box and question the default settings on traditional charting software. It's that next level thinking that has helped me grow throughout my career. It is a real treat for me to have her on the podcast and I think she is a great compliment to some of the other guests we've had on over the years. In this conversation we go back to the stock market panics of the 1800s, go over different global indexes and how to use them to make decisions in our own markets. If you're interested in Technical Analysis at all and want to learn how to think about things a little differently, this is the podcast episode for you!

55 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Season 3 EP 8: Connie Brown, Author & President/Founder of Aerodynamic Investments

Season 3 EP 7: Denise Shull, Performance Coach & Founder of The ReThink Group

This week we have a special treat on the podcast. Denise Shull is a Performance Coach and founder of The ReThink Group.She is widely believed to be the inspiration for the characterWendyRhoades on the Showtime seriesBillions.We have a lot of different perspectives on the podcast all revolving around the behavior of the market and its participants. In this episode we focus more on the behavior of the participants themselves and why traders do the things they do. Denise shares stories about different clients she has and the ways they overcome things like loss aversion, being too aggressive and not being aggressive enough. We discuss the differences between male and female traders, the advantages women have in this field and reasons why there are so few women on Wall Street. I really enjoyed this conversation because I think it's important to understand that there are real humans on the other side of our trades. Even if they are algos built by humans, the people are still there and it's important to understand their side. One of the best things she said was about how regardless of our strategy, we need to remember that the ultimate goal is to figure out why someone would pay a higher price in the future for the stock you're buying now. We want to think about what they're thinking. Give it a listen. It's a good one!

48 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Season 3 EP 7: Denise Shull, Performance Coach & Founder of The ReThink Group

Season 3 EP 6: Todd Sohn, Technical Strategist at Strategas Securities

Todd Sohn is one of my favorite guys to talk to about the markets. He often sends me charts that no one else is looking at and points out important data that most people aren't talking about. His unique perspective on the market definitely makes him stand out from the rest. Todd and his team at Strategas do great work and it's a real pleasure to have him on the podcast. In this conversation we discuss the current environment for US Stocks, Interest Rates, Precious Metals and the sentiment driving current trends. He offers good advice for both new technicians and seasoned veterans. If you're at all interested in the market, this is an episode you can't miss. Enjoy!

47 MINAUG 15
Comments
Season 3 EP 6: Todd Sohn, Technical Strategist at Strategas Securities

Season 3 EP 5: Ari Wald, Head of Technical Analysis at Oppenheimer

Ari Wald is always one of my favorite Technical Analysts. Him and I were trained around the same time so we look at the market in a very similar way. Today Ari is the Head of Technical Analysis at Oppenheimer in New York and we're very lucky to have him on the podcast. If you're interested in learning more about Ari, go back and listen to his guest appearance in Season 1 (EP 2). In this episode, Ari and I discuss the current state of the US Stock Market. Included in the analysis are breadth measurements, important levels, smoothing mechanisms and sector rotation. Him and I can talk forever about this stuff so the time felt like it flew by. We covered a ton of material in a very short period of time. I hope you enjoy this one as much as I did!

54 MINAUG 7
Comments
Season 3 EP 5: Ari Wald, Head of Technical Analysis at Oppenheimer

Season 3 EP 4: Tony Dwyer, Chief Market Strategist at Canaccord Genuity

I've been a fan of Tony Dwyer's work for a long time. Those of you who know me see me approach the market from a top/down global macro and intermarket perspective. Tony starts his process in a similar way at Cannacord Genuity and Dwyerstrategy.com. When we're talking about the next direction for stocks, we both focus on other assets like credit to help identify big trends. We look at the behavior of commodity and currency markets to make decisions in equities. I thought this was a really fun conversation. I particularly enjoyed Tony's comparisons to 1995 and what was going on then with respect to the President's public issues, interest rates, precious metals and the US Dollar. This podcast could have gone on forever if we let it, but we kept it short and concise so we could get to the point quickly.

40 MINAUG 6
Comments
Season 3 EP 4: Tony Dwyer, Chief Market Strategist at Canaccord Genuity

Season 3 EP 3: Riley The Intern

This is a podcast about Technical Analysis and its practitioners. I think we've done a good job of bringing in some of the top technicians in the business, and in some cases, some of the best that ever did it. My goal when I first started this was to talk to people who bring different perspectives on the subject and on the markets in general. We've had Portfolio Managers, Analysts, Traders, Authors and Psychologists come on regularly over the past few years. Today I am thrilled to invite Riley Rosenberger to the podcast to get his point of view on Technical Analysis and what it feels like to start a career as a trader. Riley interned for us last year after spending some time training with SMB Capital in New York City. "Riley The Intern", as he's known in some circles, brings a unique perspective that we haven't heard on this podcast before.When he first decided that he wanted to learn about trading, his High School teacher in Colorado told him to think about doing something else. Sh...

31 MINJUL 25
Comments
Season 3 EP 3: Riley The Intern

Money Game Podcast: The Availability Heuristic (EP.8)

In this episode of The Money Game, Phil and I talk about the Availability Heuristic and why we are more likely to invest in certain types of companies depending on where we live. This is a really interesting phenomenon that makes a lot of sense. I'm lucky that I get to avoid this bias more than others simply because of the process I use to perform my analysis. It's a solution to a problem I didn't even know I had! This is a short one that I think is worth a listen just to learn a little bit more about yourself.

20 MINJUL 20
Comments
Money Game Podcast: The Availability Heuristic (EP.8)

Season 3 EP 2: Rob Koyfman, Founder of Koyfin

On this Episode of the Podcast Interviews I sit down and chat with Rob Koyfman, the founder of Koyfin. This is my favorite new data and analytics platform and I find myself using these tools every day. What I find interesting and one of the reasons why we're investors is because they are building tools for both the Technical and the Fundamental community. Rob also points out the huge demand for portfolio analytics tools for Investment Advisors. The demand for these tools is coming from everyone. Him and I are often debating whether price only charts are a better representation of supply and demand than dividend adjusted charts, so we get into that discussion in this episode. Feel free to join the conversation and Tweet us @allstarcharts and @KoyfinCharts and let us know what you think.

35 MINJUL 17
Comments
Season 3 EP 2: Rob Koyfman, Founder of Koyfin

Season 3 EP 1: James Brodie, Athena Financial Solutions

James Brodie started out auditing for Arthur Andersen and did not particularly enjoy it. In the early 1990s he started to learn about derivatives at the largest bank in the world before ultimately moving to Credit Suisse. He's lived in London, Singapore, New York and Tokyo trading currencies for both the banks and proprietary and then started his own hedge fund. James is also on the Board of the CMT Association. I really enjoyed the advice he gives about what he learned from 2 massive losses he's taken throughout his career. James is a big fan of behavioral finance and we talk about different studies where we've learned that the better traders actually have more losing trades than winning trades. Currently James is watching Gold, EURJPY and US Interest Rates and talks about how he wants to trade them.This was a fun conversation where we covered a lot of things.

40 MINJUL 6
Comments
Season 3 EP 1: James Brodie, Athena Financial Solutions