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Join Jason Tartick as he breaks into the vault of secrets behind all things Money and careers. Jason explores the taboo curiosities and money questions we have been told never to discuss! He dives into all the trading secrets that we want to know and need to know to properly navigate the financial world as consumers, employees and investors. Out with the mantra of "wishing you knew then, what you know now"! Listen carefully as you will uncover trading secrets from Jason and his expert guests who dive into a specific subject every episode surrounding anything and everything, money. The power of “the inside scoop” will now be realized and you can use these trading secrets to earn more, spend less, and invest wisely.

Trading Secrets Dear Media

    • Business
    • 4.9 • 4K Ratings

Join Jason Tartick as he breaks into the vault of secrets behind all things Money and careers. Jason explores the taboo curiosities and money questions we have been told never to discuss! He dives into all the trading secrets that we want to know and need to know to properly navigate the financial world as consumers, employees and investors. Out with the mantra of "wishing you knew then, what you know now"! Listen carefully as you will uncover trading secrets from Jason and his expert guests who dive into a specific subject every episode surrounding anything and everything, money. The power of “the inside scoop” will now be realized and you can use these trading secrets to earn more, spend less, and invest wisely.

    DWTS fan favorite, Val Chmerkovskiy on BTS of the DWTS profession, international competition and the grind of the dancing industry!

    DWTS fan favorite, Val Chmerkovskiy on BTS of the DWTS profession, international competition and the grind of the dancing industry!

    This week, Jason is joined by professional dancer, choreographer, and Dancing with the Stars legend, Val Chmerkovskiy!  
     
    Val has accomplished all that he could in the world of competitive dance with 14x US National Champion, 2x World Dance Champion. Val quickly rose to stardom after joining the show’s cast in 2011. Since his TV debut, the dance champion continues to be a fan favorite, both on and off the dance floor. Val continues to expand his talents as a dancer, choreographer, and in addition to co-founding Dance With Me Studios, one of the nation’s leading Latin and Ballroom Dance Studios where he also lends his experience as the venue’s art director. He has also developed Dance with Me Juniors, a program designed to help keep kids healthy, focused, and active in their communities. 
     
    Val gives insight to why he isn’t worried about the trophies, the different career paths within the dance industry, how social media is a new platform for dancers to be discovered, how his parents exposed him to the best dancers in the competitive dance world, and keeping optimism with every partner he has. Val also reveals the first time he competed against Mark Ballas, how his first season on DWTS taught him to expand his understanding of the dance world, the impact the pandemic has had on him, how Dancing with the Stars did after going to Disney Plus, and wanting to see his peers succeed. Does he plan to go back to competitive dancing beyond Dancing with the Stars? How did he do his first season of Dancing with the Stars? How many dance studios does he have? Does he talk to his peers about what they make? 
     
    Val reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!
     
    Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
     
    Sponsors:
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    Host: Jason Tartick
    Voice of Viewer: David Arduin
    Executive Producer: Evan Sahr
     
    Produced by Dear Media.
     

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Million Dollar Listing LA’s Tracy Tutor: From being the only female cast lead and closing a $57.5M deal to working with Janet Jackson! The $ecrets to her major success REVEALED! 

    Million Dollar Listing LA’s Tracy Tutor: From being the only female cast lead and closing a $57.5M deal to working with Janet Jackson! The $ecrets to her major success REVEALED! 

    This week, Jason is joined by luxury real estate agent, Wall Street Journal bestselling author, and reality TV superstar, Tracy Tutor!  
     
    Tracy is best known for her role as the first female real estate broker on Million Dollar Listing on Bravo. After graduating from USC with a degree in theater arts, she followed in her father’s footsteps, who was one of the most successful civil and building contractors in the country, to learn the ins and outs of the real estate industry. Now with 20+ years of experience under her belt, she has expanded her business worldwide and taken on new projects and developments generating sales up to eight and nine figures. 
     
    Tracy gives insight on the impact that joining Million Dollar Listing had on her family and career, how having a theater arts acting background translated into making her comfortable in front of the camera, why she wrote her book to help women win, her overall take on the health of real estate market in the US, and how most of her celebrity clients are down to earth. Tracy also reveals how she landed on Million Dollar Listing by showing one of Josh Altman’s houses, the skills she learned from making mistakes, what makes Million Dollar Listing different from the other real estate shows on the air, why she believes people are migrating out of Los Angeles, and the importance of removing the word impressing from your vocabulary. How long does a season of  Million Dollar Listing film for? Which celebrities has she worked with? What is her best advice for buyers and sellers? 
     
    Tracy reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss! 
     
    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook
     
    Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
     
    Sponsors:
    It’s golf. It’s not golf. It’s Topgolf. Download the app, book a bay and Come Play Around.
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    Host: Jason Tartick
    Voice of Viewer: David Arduin
    Executive Producer: Evan Sahr
     
    Produced by Dear Media.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Bachelor Nation fan favorite Tyler Cameron, making it big! $250K for two posts! From borrowing from his pops to major $$$ earned and building equity in his empire across multiple industries!

    Bachelor Nation fan favorite Tyler Cameron, making it big! $250K for two posts! From borrowing from his pops to major $$$ earned and building equity in his empire across multiple industries!

    This week, Jason is joined by social media personality, fashion model, and Bachelor Nation fan favorite, Tyler Cameron!  
     
    Tyler received national attention after being a participant on Hannah Brown’s season of The Bachelorette where he finished as runner up. Prior to being on the show, Tyler had started to generate moderate interest from modeling agencies around the country via his social media. After being on the show, the demand for his skills would eventually turn into a massive modeling career opportunity. In the years since, Tyler’s been established as one of the strongest social media followings amongst former Bachelor contestants and created additional career business opportunities from content creation to hosting events to his new podcast, Everybody but Me.  
     
    Tyler gives insight to building his first property from the ground up with an investor, the different odd jobs he’s done to make money, how going on only one season of a Bachelor nation show worked in his favor when it comes to expanding his career, and his passion in the construction industry. Tyler also reveals why he moved back to Florida after spending time in New York, why he is thankful for his time on Bachelor, the companies he is involved in, the ins and outs of his construction company from the team to the approach of buying and selling, why buying speck house is most likely the better way to go, and what people think about him that are incorrect. Why did Tyler end up taking dance classes? Was it by design that he never went to Paradise or became the Bachelor? What was his first equity play? What revenue stream is the most profitable? 
     
    Tyler reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss! 
     
    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook
     
    Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
     
    Sponsors:
    Visit gtmbawomen.com to learn more about Scheller’s MBA programs
    Visit squarespace.com/secrets for a free trial, then get 10% off a website or domain with code secrets
     
    Host: Jason Tartick
    Voice of Viewer: David Arduin
    Executive Producer: Evan Sahr
     
    Produced by Dear Media.

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Vanderpump Rules star, Katie Maloney, breaks down the pay of serving at SUR VS being on the show? The $$$ behind years in reality TV and opening a dream business.

    Vanderpump Rules star, Katie Maloney, breaks down the pay of serving at SUR VS being on the show? The $$$ behind years in reality TV and opening a dream business.

    This week, Jason is joined by entrepreneur, reality TV star, and fellow podcast host, Katie Maloney!  
     
    Katie is well known for her role in the hit reality TV show, Vanderpump Rules. For the past 10 years, Katie quickly established herself as one of the fan favorites among the cast members in Bravo’s hit show and has since capitalized on it personally, professionally and financially. The perfect fit for Trading Secrets!
     
    Katie gives insight on waiting until her twenties to move to LA, never thinking that taking a job at a restaurant could lead to the opportunity to be on TV, how having an organic friendship with her castmates helped keep them together on the show, and how she worked with a consultant to come up with a budget for the sandwich shop and how much time has gone into it. Katie also reveals how she was first approached about the show, how much she made on the show compared to serving in season one, when she started to start making revenue off social media, which social media platform she prefers, and debunks how much she makes per episode. What other careers did she consider? Where did she attend college? How can someone get involved with funding the shop? 
     
    Katie reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss! 
     
    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook
     
    Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
     
    Host: Jason Tartick
    Voice of Viewer: David Arduin
    Executive Producer: Evan Sahr
     
    Produced by Dear Media.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    How much do TV anchors make? CNN’s Chloe Melas Mazza gives wild BTS to the entertainment journalism industry, publishing her grandfather’s memoir, and beyond!

    How much do TV anchors make? CNN’s Chloe Melas Mazza gives wild BTS to the entertainment journalism industry, publishing her grandfather’s memoir, and beyond!

    This week, Jason and David are joined by CNN entertainment reporter who covers all things entertainment and Hollywood, Chloe Melas Mazza!  
     
    Chloe’s reporting ranges from breaking news and exclusive feature interviews to industry analysis of every corner of the entertainment industry. In addition to spending her days researching and investigating news stories around the world, Chloe has more recently taken on a new project in sharing her grandfather’s World War II memoir with the world by writing the forward for the book titled “Luck of the Draw” which comes out next week and will be featured on Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg’s Apple series “Masters of the Air.”
     
    Chloe gives insight on the wide gap in pay in news correspondent jobs, the unspoken pressures of journalism, how she knows she’s in the right industry, what the first step could be to get into journalism, how she went from being a news assistant at CNN to working at Hollywoodlife.com for seven years after realizing she wanted to interview celebrities. Chloe also reveals how a journalist is always on the clock, how having a huge following can help someone bypass someone else in the industry, what kind of correspondent she thought she was going to be, and how she deals with imposter syndrome. 
     
    Chloe also gives the inside look to her grandfather’s memoir “Luck of the Draw” that she published with her mother. She details her grandfather’s military career during World War II including being a prisoner of war, how he wrote the book in his seventies, how someone at Tom Hanks’ production company got their hands on a copy of the book when it was first self-published, where the proceeds of the book sales are distributed, and the inspiration that can be pulled from the pages. 
     
    Chloe reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss! 
     
    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook
     
    Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
     
    Sponsors:
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    Host: Jason Tartick
    Voice of Viewer: David Arduin
    Executive Producer: Evan Sahr
     
    Produced by Dear Media.

    • 58 min
    $250K Bottle Service!?! BTS of hiring Drake, Justin Bieber and A-listers for an event with Uncommon Entertainment’s Jake Nussbaum. PLUS Blake Horstmann returns for a 2023 update!

    $250K Bottle Service!?! BTS of hiring Drake, Justin Bieber and A-listers for an event with Uncommon Entertainment’s Jake Nussbaum. PLUS Blake Horstmann returns for a 2023 update!

    This week, Jason is joined by an entrepreneurial success story who co-founded one of the major up-and-coming entertainment production companies in the country, Jake Nussbaum!  
     
    Jake and his partner Josh co-founded Uncommon Entertainment, an experienced agency who produces bespoke live events and provides access to exclusive experiences around the world. For those who live in quite the elevated style, Uncommon Entertainment has produced a list of events across the country from Hollywood to the Hamptons. Their most notable upcoming event will be hosting a star studded party at Super Bowl 57 in Scottsdale this year after a successful event at last year’s Super Bowl in Los Angeles which featured performances by Justin Bieber and Drake. 
     
    Jake gives insight to how he was able to break into this industry by knowing the importance of networking and falling into a good situation, how he started at Talent Resources focusing primary on athletes, how tricky the transition was when he left Talent Resources, how quickly planning starts for Super Bowl events, and how they are able to reach the major celebrities. Jake  also reveals how his company is one hundred percent at risk on these projects because they fully fund them, how they are able to offset some of the costs and align with the right figures, how they are able to create a very unique environment for a performance level for the big talent they book, and the power of making relationships. How does Jake get these deals with the biggest celebrities? What are they paid? How does he orchestrate them? What kind of agent did he want to be initially? What was the biggest deal he did while at Talent Resources? What is the greatest source of revenue for these events? 
     
    PLUS, Blake Horstmann returns to the podcast to catch up with Jason and David! Blake gives insight to his goals for 2023, his approach to monthly resolutions over a year-long resolution, the importance of having multiple streams of income, his thoughts on the numbers related to the Bachelor with the premiere of Zach’s season and how to improve the franchise, updates on his professional life, and dives into the behind-the-scenes of the DJing scene. 
     
    Jake and Blake reveal all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss! 
     
    Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook
     
    Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
     
    Sponsors:
     
    Zocdoc.com/tradingsecrets to download the Zocdoc app for FREE and find top- rated doctors in your area and network
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    Host: Jason Tartick
    Voice of Viewer: David Arduin
    Executive Producer: Evan Sahr
     
    Produced by Dear Media.

    • 1 hr 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
4K Ratings

4K Ratings

B Renee C ,

Million $ listing

Such a great episode!!! I learned so much AND I think Jason should be our next life coach on all the stuff we REALLY need to know :)

listener374747 ,

Informative and entertaining!

Thank you Jason- great guests and perspective. Love the limited ads and also how you break every key concept down.

drakesmummy ,

Give them away.....

Hey Val! Huge fan first of all. But....if the MirrorBall trophy doesn't mean that much to you....why not give them away to charity..or sale them and give the procedds to charity? Especially after Jason mention they trophy are worth 10 or 15K

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