BlogTalkRadio Episode: President’s Jobs Council Meeting and How Fear May Help You Outperform the Market #BlogTalkRadio #Economy #Jobs #Investing

by The Wall Street Geek on October 19, 2012 · 6 comments

The Wall Street Geek is hosted by Michelle Price, Managing Principal of Price Capital LLC in NYC and author of “How to Buy Stocks Online” (available at Amazon).

This episode, I’m discussing nuggets of advice I picked up during a government jobs council meeting this week. These nuggets came from highly successful businesses that are succeeding despite lack of access to capital and despite some of the ridiculousness in Washington.

I’m also talking about how anxiety — which many have felt during the election season — may make you a more rational trader able to pinpoint alpha opportunities and outperform the market.

Don’t miss a thing! Friday’s at 12:30 pm EST at blogtalkradio.com/wallstreetgeek

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Price CapitalAfter turning $1100 into $7015 in the stock market right out of college, Michelle worked 15 years on Wall Street at Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and Goldman Sachs. She wrote "How to Buy Stocks Online", and is a fee only financial advisor providing investment help in New York City.


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