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Best Ray Dalio Inspired By Dave Ramsey podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Ray Dalio Inspired By Dave Ramsey podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Trading Story aims to bring NEWER traders practical & inspiring trading interviews and tips. Plus, it chronicles the host's journey to becoming a a consistently profitable trader. New episodes released 2X per week. Trading Story provides: encouraging stories of real life struggles and triumphs in the market, tips for anyone looking to make a part-time or full-time income trading, practical strategies to use in your trading today, knowledge bombs to guide you to consistent returns, simple exp ...
 
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Hope things have been going well for you guys. Hope you're progressing in your life and your side projects, especially if you're still tackling trading or real estate investing. Trading and investing is a great gig if you can make it work and I'm hoping you guys are doing well in these and every area you're working on. On my end, I just got back fr…
 
Joe Fairless is a real estate investor. Joe invests in multi-family real estate with his partners now but he used to work in a NYC ad agency as their youngest VP. Joe hosts the world's longest running daily real estate podcast, Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever Show. Joe Fairless, welcome to the Trading Story podcast. Final Thoughts on Joe Fai…
 
Rod Khleif is a 30+ year veteran real estate investor. He has owned over 2,000 single or multi-family units in his investing career. Rod is an an author, philanthropist and podcaster with over 1,000,000 downloads to his very popular podcast, The Lifetime Cashflow Podcast which can be found at RodKhleif.com. ---- Resources Mentioned In Podcast Rod K…
 
Personal Update Focused on trading forex for 5 months: Apiary Fund & ProAct Traders Focused on trading futures for 2 months with another mentor. Paused all trading activities in November 2016. Two years focused on trading. I’m now focused on a new project: real estate investing. Lessons Learned Trading Mindset: Mini-business, chart patterns, persis…
 
Scott Barkley is president and co-founder of ProAct Traders, a professional forex trading mentorship and home of the 1-year Fast Tracker program. He's been trading full-time for 14 years. He lives in the Austin, Texas area with his wife and he sometimes babysits his daughter's golden retriever. He is also my personal trading coach.…
 
Justin Hertzberg is a currency trader and also President and CEO of Forest Park FX, a CFTC-registered introducing brokerage firm. On this episode, we're going to be discussing the mistakes people make when shopping for forex brokers. He lives in sunny Boca Raton, Florida with his wife and boy-girl twins.…
 
Joel Kruger is an FX trader and the founder JKonFX.com. He's been trading 10+ years and has come to specialize in global macro trading. He has appeared on Bloomberg television and other financial networks. Joel's website received top honors by FXStreet for “Best Buy Side Analysis” and “Best Video” in 2014.…
 
Hope things are going well and progressing with you guys on the trading side. This week, I took 3 positions: all net losers. I had a deadline on another project so I didn’t spend as much time as I would like. Such is life. But one thing I did was grab another book that I recommend. It’s not a trading book, per se. It’s more of a business success bo…
 
If you listened to last week’s episode – episode 102 – I bemoaned the fact that my trading results in February were less than to be desired. At the beginning of the month, I opened up my live trading account. To be open, it’s a small account ($500). But it’s enough to give me a taste for losing and gaining real dollars. It’s something my trading co…
 
What do you guys do when things aren’t working out for you? Whether that’s in a relationship you thought was supposed to be great, but it isn’t happening. Or maybe you tried a church or religion and it didn’t meet your expectations. Or perhaps a supposed dream job turned into a nightmare. And what about your trading? What do you do if you’re tradin…
 
I really appreciate Marko taking the time to interview me for the podcast. He was pro and I’m glad we had the chance to connect. As Marko mentioned, he’s a ‘face in the crowd’. And Marko may represent many of you guys out there interested in hiring a trading coach. Admittedly, this is one guy’s opinion. But hopefully it gives you another perspectiv…
 
Brett Steenbarger has been involved in the financial markets since the 1970's. He is a futures trader and is a performance coach with various hedge funds and proprietary trading firms. He earned his PhD in Clinical Psychology and is a Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at SUNY Upstate Medical University. He is the author of Trading Psy…
 
Metaphors are very helpful things. Metaphors can really cement ideas into our heads. The best teachers are the teachers who can take an abstract, but real concept and give it some form with an accurate metaphor which aptly describes that idea. Some of the most well-known metaphors, also called ‘word pictures’, are: ‘beating a dead horse’, ‘don’t ju…
 
Who among us hasn’t had that well-meaning soul try to steer us clear from day trading? I remember working at Dell in the early 2000’s. I had a fairly easy job at the time. It was an internal support job where we took calls from sales people and tried to answer questions that they didn’t know. At times it was the easiest job I ever had. These were t…
 
Toni Turner is president of Trendstar Trading Group and runs ToniTurner.com. She is the author of a best selling book, "A Beginner's Guide to Day Trading Online, 2nd Edition." as well as other books. She's been a guest on CNBC, CNN, MSNBC, and Fox Business and has contributed to numerous financial publications including TheStreet.com and Weiss Inco…
 
A couple days ago, I had the privilege of speaking with another podcast listener. This guy, who will rename anonymous and who happens to be from Germany. I have a special affinity for Germany. I’ve only been to Germany one time, way back in 1990 just after the Berlin Wall fell. My family and I were visiting Austria and we were in Saltzberg. We had …
 
Mark Dannenberg was a senior executive at a Fortune 500 company. He has 26 years of experience in trading options. He's also an author and speaker and loves teaching newer traders about options at OptionsMoneyMaker.com. When he's not trading, he's hanging out with his family, and riding his motorcycle along the Pacific Coast Highway.…
 
Three things or three ‘goods’ to look for in your trading coach. These are things that I look for in a trading coach and things that you may want to consider if you’re at the point of hiring a trading mentor. 1. Good trader2. Good teacher3. Good personBonus: Good Life (Are they living the life you want to live?)…
 
Algorithms are everywhere. Algorithms are running grocery stores like Walmart with air conditioning controlled from corporate in Bentonville, Arkansas. They’re help determine what you’re likely to buy next on Amazon.com and serve you relevant ads just before you buy that trading book. Perhaps the most ubiquitous algorithm is Google’s. Google’s algo…
 
Sometimes on these shorter episodes, I get personal. I start that uncomfortable (at least for me) naval gazing and let you into the inner sanctum of a developing trader’s mind. Hopefully it’s not too personal, but my intent is for it to be real. And then at other times, we review a particular area of the market or an area of life as a newer trader …
 
Robb Reinhold is a full-time trader and a principal at Maverick Trading. He’s been trading stocks, options, forex, futures, etc. since 1997. He’s a published author of Maverick Trading: Proven Techniques to Create Generational Wealth and he also runs the training at Maverick Trading, a proprietary trading company that helps train new traders in the…
 
Michael Lamothe is the founder and CEO of Chart Your Trade, a website dedicated to providing traders/investors with an array of robust tools, analysis, webinars, and forums to assist them in their trading journeys. His vision for ChartYourTrade.com is to not only teach fellow traders his trading methodology, but to also inspire them to work toward …
 
On Monday, we introduced our podcast’s first sponsor, K Capital Advisors. If you haven’t heard Kyle Fisher’s interview on Monday, you probably should. This episode is a follow-up to Kyle’s trading methodology. But even if you don’t hear Kyle’s interview, you should get some value out of this episode. Kyle’s approach to the stock market is swing tra…
 
Kyle Fisher has been trading for 10 years. He runs KCapitalAdvisors.com, a stock trading advisory firm where he provides small cap stock signals for swing traders. He focuses his practice on swing trading which is one of the reasons I wanted to chat with him today. He has earned his MBA from University of Massachusetts and is working on his Charter…
 
Here we are at the end of another year. Lots to be thankful for, much to look forward to. If 2015, wasn’t what you had wished for or even if it was, the end of the year is a good time to reflect. And it’s also a great time to think ahead. That’s why I wanted to dedicate an entire podcast episode to goal setting…with a twist. First off, it’s about g…
 
So this podcast episode is sort of like that trip to Colorado for me. Except, it’s a more public reflection on my past year. These are my reflections about my year, especially as it relates to trading and this podcast. So maybe you’ll have a chance to learn from my experience. Some of this will be a repeat material from a few other podcasts, but so…
 
Étienne Crête is a forex trader and a fellow trading podcaster. He blogs and podcasts over at DesireToTrade.com where he interviews other traders and business owners about success. He has a great perspective on what it takes to become successful in trading and he’s still in college.
 
On the last episode of the podcast, I spoke with Roger Davis on his book, Wall Street’s Just Not That Into You.” I read most of the book in preparation for the interview, and it was a helpful perspective for us as traders. I thought the book was good enough to showcase some of Davis’ extended thoughts from the book for the benefit of the Trading St…
 
Roger Davis is a former Wall Street broker and he's now the CEO of Woodridge Wealth Management. He's also the author of "Wall Street’s Just Not That Into You", where he highlights an alternative approach to investment management. He now lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife and two children.…
 
Maybe this year you want to be brave. Maybe you want to broach the trading topic with the uninitiated. Maybe you want to talk about your dream of becoming a successful stock trader, options trader, forex trader, or whatever. Or maybe not. As you probably already know, there are certainly costs associated with each new topic we bring up in our conve…
 
Trading can be confusing for a new comer. There’s so much to consider when you first start off. All the mechanics of buying and selling, trying to make a million bucks – or just a positive return, understanding what a P/E ratio is, and a host of other unnamed things. But one of the biggest areas of concerns is just getting started: trying to find t…
 
You’ve got this side project going on? You want to trade. And you know that trading takes time, especially at first as you’re trying to dig through a bunch of definitions you haven’t heard before and you’re trying to understand things like ‘Shooting Stars’, and trendlines. You want to make this trading thing work but you don’t want to neglect your …
 
First off, I have to make an apology for this personal podcast. Last week, I gave you guys a review of my results from my trading strategy. And this one will be a little more of the same. We will get back to some practical aspect of trading and I won’t bore you with another self-indulgent monologue next week. Nevertheless, this is one of the core f…
 
Yvan Byeajee started trading in 2007. He's a full-time trader, has lived in France, Canada, and now is now on 6-month visit to the Island of Mauritius off the coast of Madagascar. He wrote a couple of books, including 'Zero to Hero: How I Went from Being a Losing Trader to a Consistently Profitable One". He also blogs at TradingComposure.com.…
 
It’s been a few weeks since I gave you guys a more detailed update of my personal trading. If you’ve been listening to this podcast for a couple of months, you know I’ve hired a personal trading coach / mentor in September 2015 – about 2 months ago from the recording of this podcast. It’s Mike Gould over at the Forex Winners Academy. In episode 58,…
 
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