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Twitter IPO Hey #Twitter...About That IPO

In this week’s podcast:

  • I explain why Twitter’s business model should resemble Cisco’s more than Facebook’s in a segment called “The Streets are Talkin’”
  • Give insights on why the stock market’s nerves are rattled in “Market Update”
  • Give some inspiration in “The Word of the Week”, and
  • Get into your head like John Cusak in “Being John Malkovich” in a segment called “Empire State of Mind”

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about venture capital Hey #Twitter...About That IPO

The angel and venture capital (e.g., VC) worlds are like the Wizard of Oz. They’re so cloaked in secrecy that most people don’t know what VC’s and angels do until one is about to get equity in your business.

Shows like Shark Tank give a peek behind the curtain. But Shark Tank only scratches the surface.

If you’re a business owner, how does the funding process work? What are venture capitalists and angel investors looking for when they read your business plan? If you’re looking to become an employee at a VC or angel investing firm, how do you make the transition?

Keep listening. I’ve got the inside scoop on all of these questions.

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How to Model the Stock Market Hey #Twitter...About That IPO

I rely upon my global macro market models to guide me on where to invest throughout the year. It’s a quantitative process that many managers in the industry use to find opportunities before they break out in the market.

Did that just sound like gibberish? I break it all down for you in this podcast.

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

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The Sequester, the Market, and Long Term Care Insurance

by The Wall Street Geek

Long term care insurance remains one of the most confusing types of insurance for millions of individuals. Do you need it? Or is it a nice to have? What if you live near family that can take care of you? Is it expensive? How much coverage do I need? I answer these questions, give an […]

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5 Unexpected Ways to Lower Your Fees When You Invest

by The Wall Street Geek

First, thank you so much for sticking with me! My fee only financial advisor firm Price Capital is expanding, and I’m honestly itching to get to “steady state” so that I can get back into the mix on Twitter and my blogs. Thank you for your continued support, I really appreciate it. There continues to […]

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Al Gore Strikes Again

by The Wall Street Geek

Al Gore explained in An Inconvenient Truth how winters are becoming warmer due to global warming.  You’re going to laugh at the connection I’m making here. What used to be a mild winter in the stock market is turning out to be hotter than normal.  Good, huh?  Listen to a talk about market seasonality, risk, […]

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Every Market Has a Season for a Reason

by The Wall Street Geek

Baby it’s cold outside!  At least up here in the North it is. It’s the holiday season, and even the market reflects seasonal changes.  You hear pundits talking about it.  But how can you check it for yourself using cold, hard numbers?  Watch the video to find out. You can also subscribe to my videos […]

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BlogTalkRadio Episode: Skyfall Fans Aren’t the Only Bond Lovers

by The Wall Street Geek

Recovered from your Thanksgiving food coma yet? I recovered long enough to talk about my Thanksgiving, and also bonds today. In this show, I covered bond investing — including indicators to track and how to invest in bonds once you’ve determined that’s a suitable route for your portfolio. Don’t miss a thing! Friday’s at 12:30 […]

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BlogTalkRadio Episode: 2013-2014 Investment Outlook and Strategies

by The Wall Street Geek

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). In this show, I talk about what history tells us about how the market may move in the next few months, important upcoming Washington initiatives and related […]

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Video: What to Expect When Investing in Penny Stocks

by The Wall Street Geek

Hear about penny stock screeners, research services, liquidity and price movement expectations when trading penny stocks. You may also be interested in: Love is All We Need When Being Right Goes Wrong The One Habit the #Forbes Richest Have — Do You Have It Too? Coming to Africa

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