Financial Movers Podcast #38
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Review of last week’s calls and where I ended them
What to watch going forward
1. How did my swing trades play out:
- I also sold my Kimberly Clark (KMB) at $156.89 and I gave it on twitter on July 22 at $144.60 +8.4% (3 week swing)
I talked about Bank of America (BAC) for weeks and even did an entire podcast episode about them in July (#32, #27). I entered on July 24 at $24.69 and closed on Tuesday at $27.28 +10.4% (3 week swing)
Between those 7 trades I averaged a return of +4.91%
I was happy on Tuesday.
2. Trader Psychology:
Traders shouldn’t have emotions (not possible), but we can suppress them as best as possible
Losing can make you a worse trader -- REVENGE TRADE
Winning can make you a worse trader -- ENDORPHINE TRADE
Either way, you’re trading with emotion
Just like poker. Just like basketball. It's just like anything in life.
3. What I’m watching going forward:
Buying the dip strategy (Episode #28)
Fundamentally Strong company
Meets my trade strategy
Outperforming the overall market that day
I have two (ICE, AWK)
Intercontinental Exchange (ICE): Financial Sector (Investment Bank)
It owns marketplace exchanges for futures, commodities, and financials in the United States, Canada and Europe.
Since 2010 they’ve done over a billion in revenue, and revenue has increased y/oy for the past 10 years
Since 2015, past five years, its captured over $1billion dollars in NI
Only had one negative year for Net income (2005, first year it was public)
When JPM reported earnings last month, it reported that Trading revenue surged 79% to a record $9.7 billion as bond and equities trading exceeded expectations.
Where is that money going? THE EXCHANGES. People have been investing heavily since march. Who owns the exchanges? ICE!
This concludes episode #38