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Aug 29, 2016

Ian Bezek joins us for the follow-up to his previous interview (An Editor's Pick on Seeking Alpha).

A few highlights:

  • The book that best represents his portfolio strategy.
  • Why 70% price declines in your holdings don't have to be a bad thing.
  • Which company makes up more than 10% of Ian's portfolio and why.
  • Why he doesn't like Gilead and Apple as investments.
  • How Ian uses stock screeners and what specifically he looks for.
  • What specifically he looks for when reading Annual Reports.
  • Why he reads the "Risk Factors" sections first on the 10-K.
  • What tool he uses to study company income statements.
  • What three filters every investment must pass through before he's willing to buy.
  • Parting advice for new (and old) investors.

I hope you enjoy the interview.

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Aug 25, 2016

How many investing related emails are in your inbox right now?

How many tabs on your browser do you have opened to an investing article that you really want to read?

I have a subscriptions to the WSJ and as a result have a rain forest worth of paper piled on my office floor. Add to that The Economist and Bloomberg/Businessweek. I subscribe to all these because in my opinion they are some of the best sources of news available. But what's the goal?

Pick something you want to become at as investor or pick a classic investing book that you want to read. Then, actually plan the reading into your schedule. Identify quadrant 3 activities in your day and over rule them with life-giving quadrant 2 activities.

I hope you enjoy the rest of the show.

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Aug 22, 2016

Lynn (aka "Dividend House") has been investing for over 30 years, but more recently began taking a much more hands on approach. In this interview, she dives into all the details of what it means to her to be a Dividend Growth Investor aka "DGI".

  • How she built her investing approach
  • How she went from little investing experience to teacher of others
  • Why Seeking Alpha has such a rich and engaged DGI community
  • How she builds her portfolio like a house (foundation, walls, roof, garden, and even a dog house)
  • Why she holds 65 stocks in her portfolio
  • Her 9-part criteria for selecting investments
  • How dividend stocks are like rental properties
  • Diworsification
  • Wisdom for new investors

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Aug 18, 2016

Jesse Moore comes out of the oil industry (upstream, midstream, and downstream) and brings with it special insights that help him as an investor.

Recently, he wrote about whether Tesla's autonomous vehicle program is a self-defeating business model and I wanted to sit down learn more about his thesis and thoughts.

He also wrote about how the first trillionaire will make their money and how space elevators will help. We talk about that as well.

Some hightlights:

  • Is Tesla's autonomous car program a self-defeating business model?
  • Do we really understand the mechanics of vehicle utilization rates?
  • Google versus Tesla and the safety of autonomous cars.
  • How significant of a role will autonomous vehicles really play?
  • How long will it take for them to take hold (assuming they do)?
  • Why teenagers don't want to drive.
  • What will happen to gas prices if electric vehicles significantly impact oil demand?
  • Does $30 oil make electric cars a losing proposition?
  • How close are we to asteroid mining and why should anyone care?

I hope you enjoy the interview.

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Aug 17, 2016

Dana Blankenhorn has been a tech journalist for forty years and knows the industry well. He recently wrote an article about how Apple (AAPL) surprised investors with their capital outlay and success in cloud computing.

In this interview we discus why cloud matters and how Apple is winning.

Of course, talking to Dana about tech is like opening a fire hydrant (in a good way!). He has so much to share and has a unique ability to express it in understandable and enjoyable ways.

Some highlights:

  • Why everyone expected bad earnings for Apple, and were wrong.
  • What it takes to succeed in cloud and why Apple is doing so well.
  • What Apple needs to do next to stay on top.
  • Is Apple insane to try to build a car?
  • Why cloud is so important and who is dominating the market.
  • Conversely, we discussed who has lost with cloud.
  • We also discuss how the way things change, is changing.
  • Will IBM and General Electric be the next "sexy" stocks?
  • What the "Cancer Moonshot" teaches us about the great public works of the future (and how China is beating the U.S.).
  • How small companies are so good at disruption, but it takes large companies to do great things.

Other stocks discussed: Tesla, General Motors

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I hope you enjoy the interview.

Aug 15, 2016

Joe Springer is a self-taught investor in the line of Joel Greenblatt and Bruce Greenwald. Since he was a kid, he's been fascinated by finance and the stock market.

In today's interview, we discuss the following:

  • How a subscription to "Penny Power" as a kid helped set his course in life.
  • Which resources were most helpful in his stock market training.
  • Why we are not on the cusp of a major market crash.
  • How the market today differs from 2007.
  • In the event of a market correction, how he plans to position his portfolio.
  • Why small caps are his preferred hunting ground and what specifically he looks for when screening for investments.
  • What small cap sectors offer the greatest value right now.
  • How he researches and decides on the companies he ultimately puts in his portfolio.
  • Parting wisdom for self-directed investors managing their own portfolios.

I hope you enjoy today's interview with Joe Springer.

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Aug 12, 2016

Bret Jensen is one of the most brilliant minds regarding biotech investment, and apparently lots of other sectors as you'll see in this interview.

We start the interview with an onslaught of just about every great opportunity Bret sees in the market right now and end up talking about how he'd invest from a desert island.

Some highlights:

  • Bret's overall view of the markets and Central Bank action.
  • How YouTube is beating Netflix.
  • How Gilead is like Apple a few years ago and still a great opportunity.
  • After the success of his Relypsa investment being acquired a few weeks ago, Bret shares what two companies he's looking to for a repeat performance.
  • What he sees as the two best sectors offering value and opportunity in the market right now.
  • Why he's avoiding emerging markets.
  • What he would buy if oil drops below $40 and market volatility returns.
  • Why he thinks typical defensive plays are a bad move.
  • The five companies Bret would want to own if he was stranded on a desert island (I told you we went there).

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Aug 10, 2016

Mark Hibben is an electrical engineer and independent iOS developer who actively contributes on Seeking Alpha offering insights from his tech background.

In this interview, we dive deeper into a few of his recent articles on Apple and Tesla.

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Aug 8, 2016

Ralph Baker is known on Seeking Alpha as "Shock Exchange," a name he derives from his youth mentorship program that teaches investment management skills and competitive basketball skills.

Ralph started learning to invest in the 5th grade when his dad gave him a copy of the WSJ and started quizzing him on it. Since then, he has spent decades in the M&A space. When it came time to teach his kids about investing, he decided to include the community and his youth program was born.

If Ralph can teach kids to invest (who went on to predict the Great Recession), I'm convinced he can teach us as well.

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Aug 5, 2016

I'm looking for around 15 people who would be interested in reading and discussing The Intelligent Investor book by Benjamin Graham together.

Warren Buffett says that it is, "the best book on investing ever written" and it has remained a classic for decades and decades. Any of us would be foolish to not take it seriously.

So, I'm looking for around 15 people who want to take it seriously with me.

If you want to be one of those 15 fill out this application (no cost) and I will get back to you soon.

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Aug 3, 2016

Shailesh Kumar is the man behind Value Stock Guide where he runs a portfolio that has returned 208% since inception (compared to 122% by the Russell 2000 and 132% by Warren Buffett over the same time period).

Shailesh is one of the best value investors I know and I sat down with him recently to find out where he is looking for value right now.

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Interview highlights:

  • Just because the market is overvalued, doesn't mean there is not value to be found.
  • He shares the two sectors where he believes offer investors the best value right now.
  • The struggle of identifying when a sector has reached it's bottom and what he does instead.
  • The unique way he looks to diversify his portfolio.
  • Why he ignores any talk of a market crash and doesn't care if the market is overvalued.
  • We discuss the investing behaviors that lead to investors losing money even when the market is strong.
  • What resources Shailesh recommends for anyone looking to become a better value investor.

I hope you enjoy this time with Shailesh Kumar.

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Aug 1, 2016

David Trainer is, according to his Seeking Alpha bio, "CEO of New Constructs, an independent research firm that leverages proprietary technology to find key insights from the Financial Footnotes of 10Ks and 10Qs."

That may not sound exciting, but once the impact of what this means is realized it quickly becomes a game changing advantage.

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In this interview, we discuss:

  • How the financial numbers that matter are different from the numbers emphasized in company financials and press releases.
  • Why he is so commited to fundamentals, especially in a world of HFT and ZIRP.
  • How the tech bubble impacted his investing approach.
  • The transition in investor mindset and methodology that took place as a result of the tech bubble.
  • How he uses machine learning to analyze thousands of company reports to identify arbitrage opportunities.
  • How he forms his investment models using historical performance and current valuation.
  • Why P/E, P/S, and Pro Forma numbers will lead you astray.
  • What specifically to look for when evaluating corporate governance.

I hope you enjoy the interview.

Links:

https://www.newconstructs.com/

Jul 25, 2016

Dana Blankenhorn has been a tech journalist for close to 40 years and an investor for 30. This translates into someone who not only knows tech, but knows how to invest in a way to capitalize on big trends that matter.

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Some highlights from the interview:

  • What it was like to buy Apple (AAPL) in 1993, only to sell as Steve Jobs returned to the company.
  • Dana's advice for weathering market pullbacks and corrections in the financial markets (SPY, DIA, QQQ).
  • What the main theme of our time is and what it means for tech and your investments.
  • The simple, fundamental factor that determines whether a tech company will make it or not and how Apple and Amazon (AMZN) have nailed this.
  • How the current big trend in tech (Cloud Computing) is ushering in the next big trend (The Internet of Things) and how it could one day save your life.
  • What happens when tech replaces jobs and dealing with the fact that tech is naturally deflationary.
  • We also discuss the next, next big thing (Biotech) and the possibility of editing DNA like we edit computer code.
  • Dana tells us what the best deal of the year has been and shares what it takes for you to win as a self-directed investor in the tech space.

Trust me, there's plenty more where this came from. I hope you enjoy the interview.

Jul 18, 2016

Today’s guest is long-term investment expert, Ian Bezek. Ian has had an interest in the stock market and investment industry since he was a young boy and his passion has driven him to an impressive career. After opening his first brokerage account at the age of 18, he attended college to enhance his knowledge and skills in the investment world. While in college, he began investing his time and money into researching market while growing his portfolio. 

After graduating college, Ian was recruited to work as an analyst at a large hedge funds company in New York, where he worked for approximately three years. Today, Ian shares his views on market volatility, long-term investments, short-sales, and options as well as provides valuable words of wisdom for new and experienced investors. 

Please welcome Ian Bezek to the show!

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Here’s a recap of today’s episode: 

  • Who is Ian and what inspired him to become an investor at the tender age of 11? 
  • What was his college experience like as a student and investor? 
  • What type of things did he do as an 11 to 18-year-old investor to learn about stocks and investing and make the right investment decisions at such a young age? 
  • How valuable is market history to a private investor? 
  • What was the most valuable lesson Ian learned while doing market history research? 
  • What is Ian’s opinion of the “too early or too late’ dilemma when buying back in during a market crash? 
  • How does he approach PEO’s? 
  • What are his thoughts on how to make sure you have cash when a market crash is looming? 
  • How does he strategize his “insurance cash” investments? 
  • When was his last ETF success? 

 

Let’s get personal a little: 

  • Ian shares what it’s like to manage his mother’s portfolio. 
  • Were his parents supportive of his decision to become an investor before and after college? 
  • Did his college friends share his passion and interests in his investment hobby? 

 

Ian Bezek’s Words of Wisdom: 

  • Focus on areas where you can have advantages over the corporate investment pros. 
  • Research market history. 

“The strike price hardly matters because volatility is what ultimately drives the price” – Ian Bezek 

 

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Jul 11, 2016

Adam Aloisi is a former finance and investment journalist, and analyst turned full-time investor in stocks, bonds, options, and real estate. Currently, Adam resides in the beautiful region of South Central Pennsylvania, where he focuses much of his time trading accounts, dabbling in real estate investments, and watching dividend growth.  

Before transitioning his portfolio into more long-term investment options, Adam focused heavily on trades. Today, he shares the wisdom and advice he has developed in his 30 years of experience in the trading and investment industry. He explains his approach to growing his portfolio and the tools he uses every day to make his investment decisions, as well as shares valuable insight on why investors – especially new investors – should “remove the emotion factor” from their trading decisions. 

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Here’s a recap of today’s episode: 

  • Who is Adam and why did he choose to transition from trading to investing in long-term investments? 
  • What changes did Adam see occurring in the trading industry and on the market that makes him feel like trading is a “crap shoot” method of investing? 
  • What are HFTs, why do they matter, and what have they done to the trading space? 
  • How has market vulnerability affected the trading industry and investor success? 
  • Does Adam have a prediction on market values for the next few years? 
  • Adam shares his advice to new investors based on market values. 
  • How has Adam built his portfolio? What is his process or approach to portfolio growth? 
  • How does he find, research, and filter companies before he decides to invest? 
  • Why does he feel it is important to keep emotions and investment decisions separate? 
  • What piece of wisdom and advice can he provide new investors based on his years of experience in the industry? 

 

“Don’t live life through rose colored glasses – especially with your investments.” – Adam Aloisi 

 

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Jul 4, 2016
 
 

I am joined today with Michael Lumbard, Retired Air Force Colonel and self-proclaimed amateur investor. Despite labeling himself as an amateur, Michael has dabbled in the investment industry since his early 30’ before taking the plunge and getting serious. Michael has been a serious stock market investor for over 10 years. 

Before his interest and passion in the market deepened, Michael served over 30 years with the United States Air Force, aspiring to become the “worlds’ greatest fighter pilot.” Although he wasn’t able to achieve this dream – due to a slight case of color-blindness – Michael moved on to graduate from the USAF Academy, attended the Armed Forces Staff College (War College), as well as obtaining his law degree from the University of California. While in the Air Force, Michael served in the JAG and Intelligence departments and in legal offices. Additionally, he was the Vice Commander of an intelligence base in Turkey. After retiring from the military as a Colonel, Michael began working for the California state government, where he became the House Council for Remediation and later retired as the Senior Council for the department in Sacramento. 

Please welcome Michael Lumbard to the show! 

A Recap of Today’s Episode: 

  • Michael shares what made him decide to start investing at such a young age. 
  • He tells us why he enjoys investing, and what it is about the market that makes him want to “stay in the game.” 
  • Michael explains what he considers a “gambling approach” and a “fundamental approach” in the investment industry. 
  • He shares why he has decided to “shy away” from diversifying in his investment plans. 
  • We get a “behind the scenes” glimpse of some of Michael’s processes: His favorite resources and investment portfolio tracking systems, as well as some of his favorite authors and contributors on Seeking Alpha. 

 

Words of Wisdom: 

  • Readers tend to read and believe what they already believe. It’s human nature. 
  • Don’t buy orders within the first 15 minutes of the market opening. A lot can change within those first 15 minutes. 
  • Be cautious about stop orders. 
  • Use limits when placing buy orders. 
  • Be patient and don’t give up. 

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Jun 30, 2016

061 Eric Parnell - Character and Ethics (Special Father's Day Podcast)

 
 

In 2005, Eric Parnell founded the highly successful investment research firm, Gerring Capital Partners. Eric holds an M.S. in Finance with a special focus on Investment Management from the Bennett S. LeBow College of Business of Drexel University as well as a Bachelor’s degree in both Mathematics and Economics. 

Eric is known throughout the investment industry as an expert investor. He has appeared on several news and media shows including CNBC, CNN, Money Matters TV, and NPR’s Marketplace. Additionally, he has authored numerous articles in major publications including Minyanville and CFA Magazine and is a regular contributing author on Seeking Alpha. Currently, alongside working with clients at his investment firm, Eric also works as a visiting instructor at Ursinus College in the Department of Business and Economics. He has also served as a professor at West Chester University in the Economics Department, where he earned the Outstanding Faculty Honors award for several years. 

Please welcome Eric Parnell to the show! 

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https://gerringcapital.com/ 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-parnell-49ba40 

https://twitter.com/GerringCapital 

http://seekingalpha.com/author/eric-parnell-cfa/articles#view=regular_articles 

https://twitter.com/gerringcapital 

 

Jun 27, 2016

060 Mike Nadel - How I Build My Portfolio as a Dividend Growth Investor

Former sportswriter turned dedicated investor, Mike Nadel’s career story is a truly fascinating one. Mike lived the life that every writer dreamed of – writing full-time for a newspaper as the paper’s sports writer for 30 years in addition to an 11-year career as a Chicago sportswriter columnist. That is until he was laid off from his ‘dream job’ during the Great Recession.  

After losing the job he loved the most, Mike began writing for a variety of financial websites, such as SeekingAlpha.com, as well as investing in Dividend Growth Investments – more specifically in blue-chip companies having long track records of growing dividends. Married to his lovely wife, who currently works as a pediatric nurse, Mike, and his wife are working toward full retirement through their smart investments, as well as Social Security and pension plans. When Mike is not writing or researching investments, he can often be found coaching his local middle-school girls’ basketball team and officiating other youth sports activities in his community. 

Please welcome Mike Nadel to the show! 

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Links: 

http://thebaldesttruth.blogspot.com/ 

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Jun 23, 2016

059 David Stein - Money For The Rest Of Us

 

Retiring by the age of 50, David Stein has been in the personal finance and investment industry for over 20 years – already a millionaire. He has advised and managed corporate assets for institutions and financial planners, working as the Chief Investment Strategist and Chief Portfolio Strategist at Fund Evaluation Group, LLC. In addition, he has co-founded the firm’s asset management division while perfecting his teaching style as an investment coach and consultant with non-profit organizations.

Although retired, David still enjoys helping people learn about money and how to invest it wisely. Currently, he helps “young investors” improve their portfolio performance through his coaching and consultation services, as well as his podcast and the Money For the Rest of Us Hub – a multimedia investment education platform. When he’s not spending time helping other investors build their portfolios or working on his own, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, writing, and trout and fly fishing. David is a strong believer that “the best way to become a millionaire in the United States is to start and own your own business” and to live frugally.

Please welcome David Stein to the show!

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Jun 20, 2016

058 Simon Constable - Why You Should Want a Strong Dollar

Simon Constable is a brilliant business and economics writer, speaker, and co-author of the award-winning book, The Wall Street Journal Guide to the 50 Economic Indicators That Really Matter. He writes columns for several publications including The Wall Street Journal, TheStreet.com, Forbes, OZY, and No. 3 Magazine. Additionally, he has written several articles for the New York Post, New York Sun, and South China Morning Post newspapers as well as made appearances on BBC, ABC News, and Fox News. Simon has also worked as the former fill-in host on WABC Radio. 

Simon obtained his degree in economics from Scotland’s University of St. Andrews and his MBA in general management from the Darden School at the University of Virginia. Additionally, he is a graduate of the Business & Economics Reporting Program at New York University. Before working as a published author and economics columnist, Simon has worked as Delphi’s – as well as General Motors’ – executive compensation consultant. His education and years of experience throughout the economic and financial industry have enabled him to earn the reputation as an expert in the field. 

Please welcome Simon Constable to the show! 

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/simonconstable 

http://simonjconstable.blogspot.com/ 

https://twitter.com/simonconstable 

http://www.forbes.com/sites/simonconstable/#673801e56f34 

https://www.thestreet.com/author/1103339/SimonConstable/all.html 

Books: 

The Wall Street Journal Guide to the 50 Economic Indicators That Really Matter 

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Guide-Economic-Indicators-Really-Matter-ebook/dp/B004MMEILY?ie=UTF8&btkr=1&redirect=true&ref_=dp-kindle-redirect 

Harper Collins Publishers: https://www.harpercollins.com/9780062001382/the-wsj-guide-to-the-50-economic-indicators-that-really-matter 

Jun 16, 2016

Chris DeMuth Jr joins Brian for the first in a Special Father's Days series - How to Raise Your Kids to Become Successful Adults

057 Chris DeMuth Personal Investing Philosophy and Process – PLUS: Teaching Your Kids to Invest

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Today’s episode is part one of a three-part series, in honor of Father’s day. During this series, I will be interviewing some of my favorite investors, but instead of talking about the investment industry, they are going to share their thoughts and ideas about investing in the family. My first guest in this series is Chris DeMuth. If you’ve listened to the show for a while, then you already know that we have spoken with Chris on the show before.

For those of you who may be new to the show, I am honored to introduce you to Chris, who is one of my favorite investors in the industry and the founder of the successful investment firm, Rangeley Capital LLC. Rangeley Capital, LLC. specializes in “event-driven, value-oriented investment opportunities.” Before he began the company, Chris worked as a security analyst for hedge funds and propriety trading with a special focus on corporate event risks and timing.

Today, Chris shares his wisdom on being a dad, and why he feels that investing in his family overall is critical to his success as an investor.

Please welcome Chris DeMuth to the show!

Links:

http://www.rangeleycapital.com/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdemuthjr

https://twitter.com/ChrisDeMuthJr?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

 

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Jun 13, 2016

Aaron Fifield is a 25-year-old trader determined to learn the skills necessary to become a top earner in the industry. His dream of becoming a market trader began in 2012, first out of curiosity before quickly becoming a passion. Aaron knew that to achieve his dream of becoming an expert in his field, it took hard work and determination. Through extensive study and analysis, he embarked on the journey of learning as much as he could from other experts in the field and sharing their tips, ideas, and suggestions with other new traders. 

He is the host of a very popular podcast, Chat With Traders, as well as the author of three highly recommended e-books for new and aspiring traders. 

Please welcome Aaron Fifield to the show! 

Links: 

http://chatwithtraders.com/

https://twitter.com/chatwithtraders 

https://twitter.com/aaronfifield  

Books: 

The One Thing I Wish Someone Would’ve Told Me Before I Started Trading: 17 Trading Lessons 

Direct (Email Subscription Downloadable): http://chatwithtraders.com/the-one-thing/ 

The Comprehensive Guide to Trading Mentorship 

Direct (Email Subscription Downloadable): http://chatwithtraders.com/how-to-get-a-mentor-free-guide/ 

Why Most Traders Never Succeed  

Direct: https://chatwithtraders.com/why-most-traders-never-succeed/ 

Jun 6, 2016

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Successfully established writer, Eli Inkrot, holds a Master’s degree with highest honors in Finance from the University of Tampa as well as an undergraduate degree in both Economics and Business Administration from Otterbein University. Through his educational and professional career, Eli has positioned himself as a financial expert, publishing a book on Amazon and articles in dozens of finance magazines and online websites.  

 

After graduating from college, Eli became the Vice President and Portfolio Manager of the money management firm known as EDMP Incorporated, as well as the Vice President of F.A.S.T. Graphs, a financial software company. His book and articles have helped millions of people around the world make sound financial decisions in their personal and professional lives. 

Please welcome Eli Inkrot to the show! 

Links:  

http://seekingalpha.com/author/eli-inkrot/articles#view=regular_articles 

http://www.thecurrencyoftime.com/ 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/eli-inkrot-msf-00b9035a 

https://twitter.com/CurrencyOfTime 

http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheCurrencyOfTime 

https://www.facebook.com/YouDontHaveAMoneyProblem  

Books:  

You Don’t Have A Money Problem 

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CR1E2LI/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?ie=UTF8&btkr=1 

 
May 30, 2016

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Cody Willard is an expert in the stocks and trade industry. The former hedge fund manager currently runs a very successful trading company; Trading with Cody. Additionally, Cody was the TV anchor on Fox Business for several years, providing his expert trading advice and opinions on stock trades. 

Currently, Cody invests a lot of his time and experience with helping traders stay current in the trading industry. As the founder of Trading with Cody, an online community of hundreds of investors and traders, Cody shares information regarding market, economy, and individual stock analysis and reports with his community members each week, as well as trade alerts. In addition to the helpful information found on his website and throughout his online community chatroom, Cody has also published several books about trading and investing. His tips and reports have helped hundreds of investors make smarter investment decisions. 

Please welcome Cody Willard to the show! 

Links: 

http://tradingwithcody.com/ 

https://www.scutify.com/profiles/leader.aspx?q=codywillard 

https://soundcloud.com/cody-willard 

https://twitter.com/codywillard 

https://www.facebook.com/codylwillard/ 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkxzc8YNAA6YT2lBm1EEjAA?nohtml5=False 

http://thecodyblog.typepad.com/ 

Books: 

Stocks Wanted for 2016: Cody Willard analyzes 78 of your stock picks 

 

Cody Willard’s Everything You Need to Know About Investing 

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Cody-Willards-Everything-About-Investing-ebook/dp/B008UYULF2/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8  

Everything You Need to Know About Investing in Gold and Silver (Cody Willard’s Everything You Need to Know About Investing Book 2) 

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Everything-About-Investing-Silver-Willards-ebook/dp/B00ETBM5YA/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8  

Everything You Need to Know About Investing: Straightforward, Irreverent and easy-to-understand strategies and definitions for investors and traders. 

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Everything-About-Investing-easy---understand/dp/1478381817/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8  

Stock Market Events That Mattered (Or Did They?): A Choose-Your-Own-Experience Stock Market Adventure Book (Volume 1) 

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Stock Events That Mattered 

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Sunflower 

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