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Episode 301: Jeff Bezos, Ebola and Trading

In Episode 301 of The Traders Podcast, Jason the producer plays a couple of audio clips to hear the responses of your host, Rob Booker. The first clip is about Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com, and the next sound bite pertains to the Ebola outbreak. And finally, Rob answers a voicemail from Brian F., who calls in from Mississippi. We had a good time recording this show, and we think you’ll have fun, too. Join us!

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Episode 289: What Type of Companies Make the Best Long-Term Investments?

In Episode 289 of The Traders Podcast, your host Rob Booker begins with an update on long-term investments by discussing Amazon’s war with the publisher Hachette. Rob talks about the bright future for companies that support the rights of individuals to conduct commerce with the public at large. Next Jason the producer asks a question about hedging (trades, not bushes). Then we move in to some listener feedback comments and questions from Calvin, Jerry, Reggie, Jonathan, Don and Allan. Thanks for listening!

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Episode 278: Lengthen Your Time Horizon and Share Your Resources

Welcome to The Traders Podcast. In Episode 278, your host Rob Booker and Jason the producer finish listing off the four remaining points of Serge’s 8 Things I’ve Learned From Rob Booker e-mail. Throughout the list, Rob provides some additional insights. For example, in response to the advice to have a long, long-term objective, Rob reads a quote from Amazon’s Jeff Bezos about the power of maintaining a long-term vision. Then Rob talks about the benefits of sharing amongst the trading community. Then Rob wraps up with an article he recently wrote called Ride Your Losses. Then Trade Your Way Out of Them. We think you’ll have a good time. Thanks for listening.

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Episode 252: The Secrecy Obsession

Hi, and welcome to Episode 252 of The Traders Podcast featuring your host, Rob Booker. This show begins with Rob asking whether hedge funds should be treated like everyone else, which leads to a conversation about fairness and whether such an idea is ever possible. Rob discusses an article from the New York Times about David Einhorn and his desire to keep his trades secret. Rob says we all seem to have this air of secrecy… Next Rob talks about the acquisition of the Tumblr blogging platform and how it’s been a big miss for Yahoo. Also in this episode, Rob officially proves, once and for all, that he’s clairvoyant with his Twitter / Amazon prophecies!

Note: Shockingly, there are no photographs online of Green’s Donuts of Wheeling, West Virginia. Sorry.

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Episode 250: Raising the Bar of Innovation

Welcome to Episode 250 of The Traders Podcast. In this show your host Rob Booker talks about Yahoo’s chief executive officer announcing that Yahoo is commissioning two original TV-length comedy series. This leads Rob to make predictions about the future of Netflix and Amazon. Next Rob talks about how traders are often told (incorrectly) not to try to branch out into something new. Rob also talks about some trading-related news regarding FXDD, which he calls the Yahoo of currency trading. Also in this episode, you’ll hear Rob explain why it’s not enough to merely do what you’re supposed to be doing, anymore. Rob talks about the importance of being innovative as an individual trader. All of this and more in this episode of The Traders Podcast. Thanks for listening.

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