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The Allstarcharts Podcast on Technical Analysis Radio is a series of interviews with the best Technical Analysts in the world. While host JC Parets does discuss process and philosophy with each guest, Technical Analysis Radio is designed to get real time perspective on current market conditions from the most important minds in the business.

The Allstarcharts Podcast on Technical Analysis Radio: Current Market Analysis For Traders JC Parets: Chartered Market Technician & Renowned Technical Analyst

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The Allstarcharts Podcast on Technical Analysis Radio is a series of interviews with the best Technical Analysts in the world. While host JC Parets does discuss process and philosophy with each guest, Technical Analysis Radio is designed to get real time perspective on current market conditions from the most important minds in the business.

    Post U.S. Election Special | My Interview on Opto Sessions with Ed Gotham

    Post U.S. Election Special | My Interview on Opto Sessions with Ed Gotham

    JC Parets · Post U.S. Election Special | My Interview on Opto Sessions with Ed Gotham















    On this week's podcast, I wanted to share a recent interview I did on Opto Sessions with Ed Gotham over in London England. Our chat took place on Thursday afternoon November 5, 2020, just a couple of days after an unresolved election. My main points revolved around focusing on price trends and worrying less about election results, at least as far as portfolio decisions are concerned.







    Ed came at me with a bunch of great questions. I appreciate how direct he was. I wish more interviews I did came at me with such relevant topics and ideas.







    I really enjoyed this one. Thanks Ed for a fun chat!







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    • 42 min
    Technical Analysis Radio Interviews: Hedge Fund Manager, Mark Dow

    Technical Analysis Radio Interviews: Hedge Fund Manager, Mark Dow

    JC Parets · Technical Analysis Radio Interviews: Hedge Fund Manager, Mark Dow







    Mark Dow has been a guest on this podcast more times than anyone else for a good reason. Selfishly I always enjoy chatting with him. His perspective is fascinating to me because he does such brilliant job of combining price behavior with sentiment analysis and the global macro intermarket backdrop.







    Mark worked for the U.S. Treasury Department in charge of Emerging Markets in the early 90s before ultimately running money for a Global Macro Hedge Fund in New York City. So he has a lot of opinions on economics and politics, but he's great at not letting those things get in the way of his price behavior and sentiment analysis. He's figured out how to separate them but also use his expertise to his advantage. That's not any task.







    I loved this conversation because we talked about how institutional investors are positioned coming into the U.S. election, how currencies and interest rates around the world are being affected, and in turn how they are affecting other asset classes. I ask him about Bitcoin and Gold and which one will win that battle. Of course, the US Dollar and Emerging Markets were part of the discussion (we can't help ourselves whenever we get together), but we talk about how EM is now being driven by Technology and no longer the Natural Resources of the past.







    Make sure you're following @mark_dow on Twitter.







    This was fun. Give it a listen!







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    • 48 min
    My Interview With Jack Schwager – Author of Market Wizards

    My Interview With Jack Schwager – Author of Market Wizards

    JC Parets · My Interview With Jack Schwager - Author of Market Wizards







    I’ve done over 115 Podcast episodes and I don’t remember being this excited to interview someone. I’ve read all the Jack Schwager books and some of them multiple times. I know traders who regularly read these chapters as part of the mental training.







    Think about it, Jack has interviewed the greatest traders in history. All of them. It’s incredible. And you know what strategies he uses to trade his own personal money? Technical Analysis.







    He’s interviewed all of the best traders for his Market Wizards books. And he says about half of them choose their market direction using Technical Analysis. But almost all of them have some sort of Technical component for risk management. This concept of Risk Management is the one common denominator between all of the most successful Traders.







    Jack also pokes fun at the Efficient Market Hypothesis, which you know always brings a smile to my face. He discusses some of the success of these traders and how their consistent returns over such long periods of time completely dismiss what he refers to as the Deficient Market Hypothesis.







    Don’t walk to listen to this one. Run!







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    • 36 min
    The Money Game: Experiences Over Things (EP.17)

    The Money Game: Experiences Over Things (EP.17)

    JC Parets · The Money Game: Experiences Over Things (EP.17)















    In this episode of The Money Game, Phil asks about what's most important to me. Is it collecting material things, or enjoying experiences with family and friends?







    For me, it's quite obvious after looking back that I've enjoyed my experiences traveling throughout Asia and Europe with my wife. I remember my Dad let me skip school when I was 11 years old to go to Marlins Opening Day in 1993 (My mom was thrilled about that). I have a nice watch that I never wear. I haven't bought a car since 1997. And I have little interest in wearing that nice watch, or yet alone buying another one. I think cars are cool, but I'm still in no rush to go get one.







    Let's go out for sushi. How about a hike? College football game perhaps? Let's throw a charity event and raise a ton of money to help people. Want to come to Edison, NJ for Indian food? Go wine tasting in Sonoma Valley? Hit the beaches in Miami or the Caribbean?







    I'd rather do all that stuff than collect more "things". But I hadn't really thought of it that way until I really started to think back at my life and what stood out the most? Is it the things or the experiences? For me, it's quite obviously the latter.







    Just something to think about. There are no right or wrong answers. I think it's about figuring out what's best for you.







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    • 7 min
    All Star Options October Conference Call – The Audio File

    All Star Options October Conference Call – The Audio File

    JC Parets · Audio From All Star Options October Conference Call















    For this episode of the podcast I thought we'd switch things up a bit. This week was our Monthly Conference Call for Premium Members of All Star Options. We've been doing this for years. Sean McLaughlin and I jump on a live video call where I go over the current market environment. And then Sean comes in and overlays his volatility analysis to find the best possible Options Trades to take advantage of the circumstances.







    If you are interested in learning more about All Star Options, check it all out at allstarcharts.com/join-options







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    • 30 min
    Technical Analysis & Financial Media: A Conversation w/ Frances Horodelski

    Technical Analysis & Financial Media: A Conversation w/ Frances Horodelski

    JC Parets · Technical Analysis & Financial Media: A Conversation w/ Frances Horodelski







    In this episode I get to chat with one of my all-time favorite journalists, Frances Horodelski. She was one of the first people to interview me on TV when I was still in my 20s and I don't forget that. She believed in me early on. That's really cool.







    We've continued to do interviews together over the years but today I flip the script and ask HER the tough questions. We discuss the role of Technical Analysis in both markets and financial media. As a former Wall Street analyst herself, she brings unique perspective and experience to traditional media. This was really informative and a lot of fun!







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    • 40 min

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