Welcome to Investing With IBD, a weekly podcast for investors who want to sharpen their trading skills, learn how to make more money and take control over their investment success. From insights into stock market trends, timeless investing tips and fundamental and technical analysis of top stocks using stock charts, this is where you’ll find the expert guidance you need to maximize your gains and minimize your losses. New episode every Thursday.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Ep. 130: Mary Ellen McGonagle Uses Top-Down Approach To Find The Next Trend
Mary Ellen McGonagle, President of MEM Investment Research, shares how she starts with sector strength and eventually drills down to find the leading stocks. Last year that put her in to winning trades in financials like Fifth Third Bancor (FITB) and SVB Financial (SIVB) as well as oil stocks like Devon Energy (DVN). Now she's looking at a shift in the semiconductor sector focusing on KLA Corp (KLAC) and ON Semiconductor (ON). For the video version, show notes and charts, visit investors.com/podcast.
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.