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Episode 222: Moon Shots for Traders

In Episode 222 of The Traders Podcast, your host Rob Booker muses about Google’s stock and Google X’s “moon shot” projects. Rob wonders whether it’s appropriate for Google to be investing so much money into projects that will likely be unsuccessful. Rob reads through a number of these fantastical projects; then he considers what might be the equivalent of “moon shots” for traders. Rob asks if traders can (or should) be involved in their own moon shot projects, and then Rob proceeds to list some ideas of possible moon shots that traders can take. Next Rob talks about a book called Selective Forex Trading: How to Achieve Over 100 Trades in a Row Without a Loss by Don Snellgrove. All of this and more in Episode 222 of The Traders Podcast. Don’t miss it! Thanks for listening. Read More

Episode 118: Google in 2013

As a follow-up to our previous podcast about Apple, your host Rob Booker is back to make some predictions about Google in 2013. He begins by talking about potential problems ahead for Google and how it might navigate through those issues. Next Rob describes Google’s incredibly successful business model and some of the reasons why he thinks Google will have such a strong 2013. Rob and Jason also discuss which company they’d rather work for: Google or Apple — and what their job descriptions might be there. Tune in!

Links for this episode:

TFL365.com

Rob on Twitter: @RobBooker

The Traders Podcast on Twitter: @TradersPodcast

E-mail us! Producer@TradersPodcast.com

Episode 117: Apple in 2013

In this much-anticipated episode, your host Rob Booker and his producer Jason Pyles start out by chatting about some litigation drama that’s going on in the podcasting world. And this leads into Rob’s thoughts on the future of Apple in 2013. He begins by talking about how Apple’s stock has fallen a significant amount over the past few months and some of the reasons for this decline.

Rob also discusses the oddly changing perspectives where Apple goes from being considered the greatest stock in the world to Apple being called the worst company of all time. Then Jason and Rob talk about how Apple may relate to the fall of the Roman Empire and may be suffering from “the tall poppy syndrome.” And for the remainder of the show, Rob and Jason drift into wild speculation on various scenarios that could spell doom or delight for Apple in 2013. Don’t miss it!

Links for this episode:

TFL365.com

Rob on Twitter: @RobBooker

The Traders Podcast on Twitter: @TradersPodcast

E-mail us! Producer@TradersPodcast.com

Episode 84: Making a Lot of Money in a Short Amount of Time Through Trading

Can you make a lot of money (from trading) in a short period of time? Is it a mistake to enter the world of trading because you’re in a financial bind and you need a substantial amount of money fast? Well, these are questions whose answers usually yield some kind of discouraging lecture on prudence.

But in Episode 84, Rob Booker gives you the other side of the story and actually answers these questions, telling traders how they might go about such an endeavor as making a lot of money in a short amount of time through trading. You don’t want to miss this one! Tune in, and please leave us your thoughts in the comments section below. Thank you for listening.

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The episode that partly inspired this one: Episode 69

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Our Twitter: @TradersPodcast

E-mail us questions for the show: Producer@TradersPodcast.com

Episode 48: The Problem With Facebook

Tune in to hear Rob Booker analyze the world’s most interesting and controversial IPO, Facebook. In this episode you’ll hear Rob describe the problem with Facebook, as he sees it, explaining the significant decline of the stock that everyone thought was going to be the answer to this year’s financial troubles. Rob also discusses Facebook’s actual value, how it could be more profitable, and he makes comparisons between Facebook and Google and other business models, such as LinkedIn, Netflix and Groupon. Friend us, like us and listen!