The Trade Study Podcast
By David J Leon
The Trade Study PodcastJun 22, 2021
EP8 - The Cloud Sector with Remy
David invites Remy who is a Cloud Operations Architect of the Cloud Center of Excellence who breaks down what is the cloud sector and why it's such an important sector in today's market and the future. The cloud is slowly becoming involved in our daily lives through various activities. Small startups and large corporations are looking at this space closely and measuring the advantages and risks in this growing market space. Remy also shares some resources on how to get educated on the Cloud space and what to expect in the near future.
EP7 - Trading Is Not Gambling
How many times have you heard someone say investing and trading is like gambling? David explains how investing and trading builds up experience that is connected to growing your money and future self. David answers a question about how to know which stocks to pick and another question on options.
EP6 - Fear & The Market
David is on the move and recording from outside the studio. One of the most difficult concepts to grasp and understand is fear. Fear can influence your financial decisions and can be used as a tool in the market. David also answers questions about cryptocurrency and his experience with his first brokerage platform.
EP5 - Stock Picking Part 2
EP4 - Stock Picking
What is stock picking? How do you pick stocks? It can be as simple as picking popular household products or some of your favorite games to invest in. David answers some important questions you need to have answers to when picking stocks.
EP3 - Getting Into ETFs
David talks about the advantages of investing into an ETF and shares his personal experience of investing into ETFs at the start of his investing journey. This episode shares what to look for in an ETF and reviews the ARKK ETF as an example.
EP2 - Retirement 401k/403b
Retirement accounts don't have to be complicated and financial advisors shouldn't be leaching money from you. David simplifies the process on how to choose and select a fund that fits your needs and risk appetite.