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Best Greg Nico Alex Ben podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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Three best pals and their exquisitely-built equine assistants take the comedy podcast world by storm with this biweeklyish show dedicated to bringing absolute ruckus and hullabaloo. Expect nothing but the best nonsense money can buy. Except its free. And f*ck the Blue Man Group!Instagram: @slappinbirdpod SoundCloud.com/SlappinBirdPod
 
Chat With Traders is your key to the minds of trading's elite performers. Start listening to learn how a diverse mix of traders went from zero to hero, how they successfully trade markets today, and get their best tips 'n pointers for profitable performance, plus much more. Note: You are responsible for your own trading decisions—this is not financial advice.
 
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In her early-20’s, after graduating from MIT, Christina Qi and two classmates; Luca Lin and Jonathan Wang—who had collectively been trading futures from a campus dorm room—founded Domeyard. It was 2012, and Domeyard was to be one of the few high frequency trading hedge funds… As Christina states during the interview, “By all means we should have fa…
 
Featuring on this episode is Haim Ben Ami; CEO of Raft Technologies. Having constructed shortwave radio towers in Chicago, Frankfurt and London, Raft have established ultra-low latency connections between various exchanges, which are leased to algorithmic trading firms who seek a speed advantage. In talking with Haim, we discuss why some firms are …
 
For this third episode in the My First Year Trading Full-Time series, I speak with Ryan Trost. At the time of recording, Ryan had recently crossed 12-months as a junior equities trader at SMB Capital in New York City. Our conversation begins with Ryan speaking to how he was trading the massive intraday ranges of TSLA during it's parabolic run in Fe…
 
Ilan Israelstam’s a co-founder of Australian ETF manager BetaShares and a principal at VC firm Apex Capital Partners. Betashares first begun trading in 2010, and currently, it manages approximately $10-billion dollars in assets, across 61 funds—all of which trade on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). The motive in asking Ilan to be on the po…
 
Liam Vaughan is a finance author and senior reporter for Bloomberg. His latest book Flash Crash tells the story of Navinder Singh Sarao, a London trader, living at his parents house, who made ~$70M from his bedroom and was later accused by the U.S. government of playing a role in the 2010 Flash Crash. For anyone unaware, this was a deeply perplexin…
 
Returning guest, Greg Newman, is a founding partner and the CEO of Onyx Commodities—a London-based proprietary trading firm, prominent in market making of oil derivatives. This episode focuses on recent events pertaining to the global oil market. More specifically, Greg talks through; key themes impacting prices, supply and demand dynamics, why Cru…
 
As we’ve seen making headlines recently, reserve banks around the world have been adding liquidity to the market in an effort to stabilize economies. While some listeners will already understand how reserve banks conduct these operations, I figure there will be others who don’t completely grasp what takes place below the surface… To get clarity on …
 
This is an episode to cover the extreme volatility in markets, following the recent outbreak of coronavirus… Joining me is Nishant Porbanderwalla, returning for a second time on Chat With Traders and here to discuss how he’s been navigating through the turmoil of a global pandemic. Nishant is a proprietary equities trader at Kershner Trading Group,…
 
In a recent episode, I mentioned that I'd be doing a few more interviews with less-experienced traders, who begun with $20,000 or more, have completed 12-months of full-time trading and are making a real effort to get better. Here's another one in the series... My guest is Christian Castillo, he resides in California and trades the foreign exchange…
 
Welcome back, as we continue from where we left off last time—here's the Best of Risk Management, Pt 2. Again, this is a compilation of highlights from past interviews, all of which are applicable to managing risk and staying in the game. My hopes in compiling this 'best of' episode is that you'll have a go-to reference for anytime your risk contro…
 
After sifting through the archive of near-200 episodes, I’ve compiled some of the best bits pertaining to risk management. As there were many bits I deemed fitting for a ‘best of’ episode, it made sense to split the compilation across two parts—this is part one, and part two will follow next (Episode 189). The idea behind creating this compilation,…
 
I recently had an idea, I thought it may be an interesting exercise to have a few less-experienced traders on the show. On Twitter, I wrote that I’d like to chat with someone who: 1. Has just completed their 1st year of full-time trading 2. Started with a minimum of $20,000 3. Is or isn’t profitable (not important), as long as he/she is taking deli…
 
Joining me on this episode is Sudhu Arumugam, the co-founder and Chief Risk Officer of cryptocurrency futures exchange CoinFLEX. Though prior to this, Sudhu spent near 20-years in various trading roles for banks and hedge funds—mostly transacting in options on indices and single stocks, exotic derivatives and fixed income. We start things off by ta…
 
Jaime Rogozinski, a serial entrepreneur who resides in Mexico, is the man responsible for bringing WallStreetBets to life—the infamous and wildly popular subreddit, which proudly boasts the tagline, “Like 4Chan found a Bloomberg terminal.” In other words, WSB is an online forum (on Reddit) where the majority of it’s 700k+ members aren’t looking to …
 
Mike Mangieri’s a co-founder and managing partner of Seven Points Capital—a proprietary trading firm in New York, and with several smaller offices in other U.S. cities as well as Toronto. Although Mike occasionally trades in volatility products, his days mostly revolve around operations of the firm and overseeing the traders. Therefore he has a sli…
 
Gregory Zuckerman is a writer at the Wall Street Journal and author of The Man Who Solved the Market: How Jim Simons Launched The Quant Revolution. For anyone unfamiliar, Jim Simons is the brilliant-minded mathematician who founded hedge fund Renaissance Technologies. Using quantitative models and with billions in AUM, Renaissance has averaged annu…
 
Nico, who goes by @InefficientMrkt on Twitter, is an intraday equities trader. His area of expertise lies in low float, micro cap stocks, near-exclusively playing the short side of overextended moves. Nico and I spoke almost exactly 3 years ago on episode 96—which was memorably titled, "An 8-year overnight success story." Now picking up where we le…
 
This episode features high-profile American businessman, Robert Greifeld, who from 2003-2017 served as the CEO at Nasdaq—one of the world's largest and widely known financial exchanges. Bob came into this role at a time when Nasdaq was on the verge of an internal crisis, he was tasked with turning it around and making transformational change. Throu…
 
There’s no other way to say it; Larry Hite is the definition of a market veteran, he’s someone who first developed an interest for trading and markets during the 60’s… Besides a reputation for extreme risk management, Larry is perhaps best known as co-founding Mint Investments—a hedge fund formed in 1981. He’s also considered to be one of the foref…
 
For many, this will likely be the first time hearing about Mike Komaransky, but those who know him already, know him as a Bitcoin OG—and deservedly so, as he began accumulating the cryptocurrency around 2010. Though Mike has been a professional trader of fixed income derivatives since 2001, when he joined powerhouse trading firm DRW. Mike later bec…
 
Jeffrey Epstein reportedly dies by suicide by hanging. A mysterious suicide "tape". Ice Cream Jones. The Handjob Witch. Stericycle? How are they all connected? In this episode we take you on a rollercoaster of drama and action as we begin to unravel the story of how Jeffrey Epstein killed himself, and why. We are joined by Damien as we uncover dist…
 
Returning guest Nick Radge is a systematic trader of trend following, momentum and mean reversion strategies—which he runs across Australian and U.S. equity markets. When I asked Nick if he'd be willing to do another podcast, I said to him, "This time around, I'd like to discuss something very specific with you; how to create a simple trend followi…
 
Without a guest and without Alex again, we are left to our own devices. We imagine what its like at Graceland; if Elvis was "alive", and much more. Step into the weird world of Slappin' Bird. Enjoy. Leave a comment. Get some stickers and magnets. Follow us on Instagram @SlappinBirdPodBy Gregory Kowalski, Nicolas Lopez, Alex Kowalski, Ben Lopez
 
This week we're joined by Turtle, a vagrant from Warwick who spends his time on Twitter making fake accounts just to harass and stalk Lebron James. We're also joined by Ben, a longtime substitute for Alex, who is dead. We break tradition and check in on everyone's mental health (very important) and namedrop everyone who spent time on Epstein's Isla…
 
This episode features Sam Bankman-Fried, who’s trading skill originated from 3-years at Jane Street—a proprietary trading firm renown for being one of the world’s largest ETF liquidity providers. In late-2017, Sam relocated to Hong Kong and began his foray into the cryptocurrency market when he co-founded Alameda Research. Alameda trade a range of …
 
In this episode we are joined by Brian, one of three people in the world to have his body totally encapsulated by the same skin that comprises your dick head (or glans). He is joined by his surgeon, Jean-Claud Long, who explains how the entire mix-up happened, and then our halftime musician performs a new song for us, "Pizza Bun"! We are so excited…
 
In this episode we welcome back Rene Reyes, a longtime associate, who offers some wisdom on milking tables, UFOs, Joe Rogaine, and who to vote for on 2020 and we embark on a strange journey with the Handjob Witch. Enjoy. As always, this Podcast is Way Better than "Yeah But Still", "The Joe Rogans Experience", among others. Please do not confuse the…
 
This episode takes on a slightly different format to normal. Essentially, it’s a response to an email that I received from a listener… The email comes from a gentleman who’s 38 years old with a full-time job, his wife is currently studying and he has three kids. He also has the goal to transition out of his current career into full-time trading, bu…
 
Jonathan Shapiro's a senior reporter at the Australian Financial Review. While he writes about a range of subjects from banking to hedge funds to private equity, he's renown for stories that uncover dishonesty and the crafty schemes of listed companies—for which, he's won several awards. Our conversation begins with Jonathan telling the story of Bl…
 
’d like you to meet part-time Bollywood DJ, full-time equities trader: Nishant Porbanderwalla. For the past 12-years and ever since leaving college, Nish has been a proprietary trader at Kershner Trading Group—KTG is a trading firm in Austin (Texas) founded by Andy Kershner, who appeared back on episode 128. Nish was very open in talking about the …
 
Ben and Nate commandeer the podcast after drugging Greg and Nico and hiding them in the Vatican root cellar. Ben becomes an official member of Stericycle's Soul Squadron, forming a small cadre of acolytes that worship the occult and form a suicide pact. Ice Cream Jones launches an assault on ice cream made from cow's milk, and things round out afte…
 
Welcome back to Slappin' Bird Podcast. Our first guest after a much-needed hiatus is a man who lost feeling in his penis and then got it back. We have Rob Pierce with us, a stand-up comic who performs at the Comedy Connection frequently, sit down with us and razzle your frazzle for a show bedazzled with creampies, werewolves, and vocal male orgasms…
 
After appearing on Chat With Traders last year for episode 156, Michael Katz returns: Mike’s a short-term equities trader and managing partner of proprietary trading firm Seven Points Capital. The purpose of doing this episode was to have a very specific and detailed discussion about how Mike traded ride share company Lyft on the first day of its I…
 
This week we're joined by a Mysterious Presence Called Denim Dan, who refers to himself only in the third-person, and is obsessed with denim, denim care, and denim culture. We discuss Denim Dan's Denim Compound, a secret place where Dan launders denim; Dan learns the meaning of Edging, and why its so popular. Audacity fucked up our audio file this …
 
This week we appeared as esteemed guests on the Downcity Podcast, a group of wannabe comics who were deeply disturbed by our presence. The Downcity Podcast likes to cover current events and other offhand topics, while we like to discuss how the taste of Bear Cheese or Bris Bliss Ice Cream tastes. We attempted to make a hard-line stance on Bear Milk…
 
Anthony is a proprietary futures trader from Sydney, with 10-years market experience. He's active—particularly during the night—in a range of products, such as; Australian and U.S. bonds, equity indices, currencies and a few commodities. While he's a click trader, Anthony is quite systematic with his processes and strategies—which are mostly tradin…
 
This week we're joined by the Downcity Podcast (Alex Iovino and Ryan Chase) to discuss why Donald Trump is the MOST accomplished president to receive a happy ending, why bears are the greatest threat to humanity, and why "the world needs a famine" (according to Alex). As usual each guest was paired up with one of our Equine Associates as well as in…
 
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