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.
Ross Haber: Trusting The Follow-Through Day
We know that not all follow-through days work, so how can you trust them when they appear? Ross Haber of TraderLion walks through his steps for navigating a follow-through day. He starts by trusting the quantitative aspect but verifies strength with qualitative indicators as well. That's with the breadth and progress of the leaders. He wraps up with a discussion of Cadence Design Systems (CDNS), Karuna Therapeutics (KRTX) and First Solar (FSLR). For the video version, visit investors.com/podcast.
Tasha Keeney: Creating A Process For Finding Disruptors
How do you know when you're looking at a company that could change the world? Tasha Keeney, an analyst at ARK Invest, discusses her process for analyzing disruptive innovators. Specializing in automation, robotics and 3D printing, Keeney walks through some of the challenges and opportunities in those industries. Plus, she shares how regularly iterating her process keeps it fresh. Stocks discussed include Stratasys (SSYS), TuSimple (TSP) and Tesla (TSLA). For the video version, visit investors.com/podcast.
Surfing The Market: A Smooth Ride Or Choppy Waters?
Justin Nielsen and Irusha Peiris discuss how to manage the waves of the current market using a surfing analogy. From position sizing to market timing, we talk about the value of patience, when you might want to cut your ride short, and when it might be best to just watch the waves from the shore. In the last segment, we discuss Invesco Solar ETF (TAN), Monster Beverage (MNST) and Perrigo (PRGO). For the video version, visit investors.com/podcast.
Will Rhind: Macroeconomic Drivers To Watch
Will Rhind, Founder and CEO of GraniteShares, rejoins the show to talk about the macroeconomic drivers he's watching to make sense of the current market. He also discusses what that might mean for the second half of the year as investors move money around to position themselves for a tightening cycle from the Fed. Justin and Irusha wrap-up the show with a look at the current market, Incyte (INCY), Ollie's Bargain Outlet (OLLI) and Cal-Maine Foods (CALM). For the video version, visit investors.com/podcast.
Ep 173: Ken Shreve: How To Buy Stocks With Bottoming Bases
Ken Shreve, a Senior Markets Writer at Investor's Business Daily, discusses how to buy stocks with bottoming bases. After a severe market correction, it can be a while before stocks return to their former highs. Bottoming bases provide early entry opportunities. Shreve lists the elements of strength to look for. He also covers stocks setting up including solar stock Daqo New Energy (DQ), and medical stocks Harmony Biosciences (HRMY) and Axonics (AXNX). For more episodes, visit investors.com/podcast.
Ep. 172: Nina Deka: Innovations In Healthcare Technology
Nina Deka, Senior Research Analyst at ROBO Global, rejoins the show to talk about innovations in health care technology and the companies leading the charge. Labor shortages in skilled personnel and inflationary costs are just two reasons the area is ripe for disruption with automation and digitization. Then there are breakthroughs in treatments and therapies from liquid biopsy to synthetic biology that are elevating the importance of precision medicine. For the video version, visit investors.com/podcast.
It’s definitely worth your time if you are trying to stay informed.
I pay for IBD. Need to improve the guests. Bringing sponsors and friends who are notinvested ( Ross’ words) but give tips on stocks.
Good but where’s the women?
Great dialogue, but would be great to hear more woman commentators and less of a bro show.