As I’ve now updated my Phoenix system
The last two weeks, I’ve been travelling and sharing my love of trading.
I went to New York City, and now I’m currently in Seattle, as I just wrapped up The MoneyShow here. So I just wanted to take a moment to say ‘thanks’, and to include my complete presentation from The MoneyShow.
This presentation holds a ton of useful information, like the recent updates I made to my Phoenix system (and some stocks you should be on the lookout for).
You can grab your download by following this link…
In New York City, I was fortunate enough to have been able to complete hits on Asset TV, Cheddar, Yahoo Finance, The Nasdaq, and RT America. I discussed a wide range of topics, from tariffs on Mexico and China, to the Federal Reserve, antitrust issues with tech companies, and Phoenix Stocks.
Here’s a screen grab of my segment on Yahoo Finance’s ‘The Final Round’:
Then, a few days later, I headed to my former home of Seattle to speak at the MoneyShow, about my most recent updates to my Phoenix system. (I speak in-person a few times per year, both at the MoneyShow and our Austin, live events.)
What about my Phoenix update?
These include a new list, of hot ‘debt bubble’ names, defense, and more. I wanted to thank those who joined me in Seattle, but I know there were many of you who wanted to join but weren’t able to make this one. So, I wanted to send you a copy of my slides.
While of course it’s not the whole experience, I wanted to be able to give you what I can!
I also topped off both trips with cocktail hours for our Simpler members. After constantly being behind the mic, it’s refreshing to meet the people I work with and teach online, and get a better sense for what YOU are looking for in your trading journey.
Whether I’m in our chat room, writing to you online, on a financial network, or teaching a class/webinar, I’m always doing my best to be there for you.
Speaking of Webinars…
You may have heard that tomorrow, I’ll be doing a webinar with Ophir from CML Viz. This is one of my favorite trading tools to use, and I’m going to discuss how I use it with Phoenix — for the ‘run into earnings’ as well as ‘buying the dip’.