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Everything you need to know to learn how to trade and invest in the stock. We are starting this podcast a weekly recap of the financial markets and economy in order to allow you to start to understand how they work. We have been teaching traders in the stock market for nearly 10 years now and our founder Marcello Arrambide has been in the markets for nearly 18 years. With combined experience of over 90 years this is one your one stop shop to learn how to trade in the stock market.
 
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In today’s recap, Marcello tries to explain how Chat GPT, which recently announced a paid version, has the potential to become the latest billion-dollar venture for Elon Musk; UAE and India are talking about using rupees instead of dollars to settle non-oil trades, which adds pressure on the dollar as a global reserve currency; and a new study sugg…
 
In this week’s recap, Marcello addresses the situation where tech firms are on their way to more massive layoffs and its possible effects on the market; WEF assistants are being questioned for using thousands of private jets to attend the forum while claiming for greener ways of living; and Brazil’s lower than expected coffee harvest might cause an…
 
The egg shortage in the US brought on by the avian flu is leaving retail locations like Costco without eggs on their shelves; The Fed is likely to keep on track to further slow the pace of interest rate hikes due to inflation data showing cooling price pressures; and Airplanes across the USA were grounded and flights were canceled due to an FAA out…
 
In this week’s recap, US & global markets ended mostly higher. High inflation has been a feature of the economy for about the last year. But how has inflation actually impacted the prices of everyday goods? We show you in a list of selected goods how everything has been impacted by inflation. The world is short of everything: corn, coffee, wheat, s…
 
On today’s recap, Marcello goes over the aftermath of the Fed’s interest rate increases that have occurred throughout the year in order to control inflation. Despite all the efforts made by the government, 2022 is looking to be the worst year for the economy since 1871. The U.S. Federal Reserve is committed to a historic tightening monetary path, w…
 
In today’s recap, Marcello discusses how Elon Musk has lost ground to Bernard Arnault as the richest person in the world as a result of a sharp decline in Tesla stock prices; rolling blackouts have affected many US states in recent days due to extreme weather; and one of the largest bitcoin miners, Core Scientific, has filed for bankruptcy. Elon Mu…
 
Marcello explains us in today’s Recap that Binance lost its key auditor and saw $5 billion in withdrawals in only one day; Colorado has started to pour recycled sewer sludge back into people’s drinking water faucets; the Fed interest rates were raised as anticipated but also hinted additional future rises in an effort to contain inflation. Canadian…
 
Marcello addresses Tesla’s intentions to significantly reduce Model Y production at its Shanghai facility by over 20% (relative to November) in today’s recap. In a contentious effort to encourage the use of digital payments, Nigeria has outlawed ATM transactions up to $45 per day; in North Carolina, two nights without electricity resulted in frigid…
 
In this week’s Recap, Marcello tells us about how the snowball of bankruptcies following the collapse of FTX is growing nonstop; A group of scientists has found and replicated some frozen viruses found in the Siberian permafrost; The dollar is still driving down a complicated road: Ghana wants to pay for oil products with gold rather than dollars. …
 
In today’s Recap, Marcello warns us about the hike in prices that food has suffered. While governments claim that inflation is low, food prices for the Thanksgiving holiday have risen by 20%; Elon Musk has stated that he may build his own phone in response to suggestions that Twitter be removed from the Android and Apple app stores; and Europe will…
 
In this week’s recap, the UK market lost its position as Europe’s most-valued, due to fears of a recession in the kingdom & surging sales at French luxury goods makers thought to be behind the shift. US markets ended slightly lower. In Cryptos news, here Come “Programmable Dollars”: New York Fed and 12 banking giants launch digital dollar test for …
 
In today’s Recap, despite the terrible cryptocurrency scenario brought on by the bankruptcy of the FTX exchange, we finally have some positive news on inflation as it came in under what was projected; Europe is still having trouble meeting its energy demands for the next winter. The cryptocurrency market plunged on Tuesday after the 2 biggest crypt…
 
In this week’s recap, the main news is the Fed raising interest rates again, pushing breaks more challenging economy in an effort to slow inflation. US markets ended negative for the week, and international markets ended mostly positively. Also, commodities and bitcoin finished positive this week. Labor Dept Fri US added +261K jobs in October & une…
 
The middle class will be most impacted by the interest rate increase and price increases, according to Marcello’s recap of th week. Elon Musk ultimately succeeded in acquiring Twitter, and Kanye West has been dropped by numerous firms due to some antisemitic comments. Elon Musk has finally taken ownership of Twitter with business efficiency, quickl…
 
In today’s Recap, Marcello talks about how October is on track to be the worst month to date for digital assets that have been stolen through hacking; Another significant communication cable has been cut in France, affecting thousands of users around the world; According to the IMF, the use of CBDC would let governments control what people spend mo…
 
In this week’s recap, Marcello talks about how Germany and Poland are allowing citizens to burn trash for heat; inflation persists. Pepsico is a prime example. Its prices have risen by 17% year on year; the real estate market is suffering as a result of central banks’ conservative policies. Russia launched cruise missiles on Ukrainian cities on Mon…
 
In today’s Recap, Marcello talks about Elon Musk retaking his project of acquiring Twitter; the U.S. government has bought millions of dollars in antiradiation pills, Is it a coincidence?; and the bridge connecting Crimea and Russia has been blown up in an escalation of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. U.S. President Biden’s stark warning T…
 
In this week’s recap, Marcello tells us about how the IMF has some ideas about also pursuing a digital SDR mechanism; Forbes reports that Zuckerberg lost more than half his fortune and dropped from #3 on The Forbes 400 list of the U.S.’ wealthiest people to No. 11; and Hurricane Ian has caused significant damage to Florida, North and South Carolina…
 
In today’s Recap, Marcello talks about the negative results of the markets overall; Tesla is “recalling” some vehicles to fix a bug on them; and Russia is said to be ready to use nuclear weapons if necessary. Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla is recalling nearly 1.1M U.S. vehicles because the window automatic reversal system may not react correct…
 
In this week’s recap, US & international stock markets remained negative, as investors brace for interest rates to keep rising rapidly. FedEx warns about the overall health of the U.S. economy with its dropped guidance. FedEx shares were down -21.65% at $160.52. Goldman Sachs warning further -27% drop S&P could be coming if inflation hawks are righ…
 
In this week’s recap, US markets ended higher, as US household net worth fell over $6 trillion in Q2. 69 million households are canceling vacations, driving less & cutting grocery bills, with inflation hitting homes. Internationally markets mixed this week. Europe and Latin America mostly higher. Bitcoin higher this week: Up +7.40% from $19,850.90.…
 
In this week’s recap, the global markets continued mostly lower, but Russia went up +8.92%. Russia also cut off the gas to Germany. 40% of the Chinese economy (real estate) started to collapse, as China’s housing volume sales went down 30%. Inflation continues to rise. Not a great week for the economic world. Europe is having an exorbitant rise in …
 
In this week’s recap, US stocks plunged after comments from Fed Chairman Powell, who warned of rising interest rates as long as inflation remains elevated. International markets ended mostly lower this week, as the world’s economic powers struggle with various social, natural, and inflationary problems. According to National Energy Assistance Direc…
 
In today’s recap, Marcello reminds us of the quote he usually uses: “Look at what they do, not what they say” when he talks about investing guru Michael Burry, who has liquidated almost all his entire portfolio; another food processing plant has “mysteriously” burned; and a trader just made USD 100 million USD trading Bed Bath and Beyond shares bef…
 
In today’s Recap, Marcello talks about how some stock markets are climbing; the UK is preparing to do planned blackouts to deal with the energy crisis that might come; New IRS special agents are being hired, and part of their job duties include “carry a firearm and use deadly force, if necessary”. A power outage in Toronto’s downtown core on Thursd…
 
In this week’s recap, all the US Major indexes finished the best month since 2020. International markets ended mostly higher. On Monday, the SEC said charged 11 people for their roles in creating & promoting fraudulent crypto pyramid/Ponzi scheme, that raised over +$300M from millions of retail investors globally, including the U.S. The crypto sche…
 
In today’s recap, Marcello talk to us about how the recession is “official” since Q1 and Q2 of 2022 were negative; Tesla said they have sold 75% of all their crypto assets; Hanover, a city in Germany, is shutting off hot water to save energy. They are also shutting off lighting in spotlights on public monuments and turning off fountains. The U.S. i…
 
In this week’s recap, US markets and mostly all international markets ended the week higher. Value (IPO) in US/EU fell 90% this year due to postponing/canceling plans to go public. Globally, the value IPOs has fallen 71%, from $283B to $81B. The number of listings has fallen from 1,237 to 596. China’s homebuyer mortgage boycott: people stop paying …
 
In today’s recap, Marcello talks about a recent video from NYC Emergency Management that shares important steps for New Yorkers to follow in case a nuclear attack occurs; rent in New York skyrockets; and inflation keeps rising to new levels. Founders of bankrupt crypto hedge fund 3AC have gone missing, as investors try to recoup assets. Lawyers rep…
 
In this week’s recap, the most important news was the high US dollar price, Elon Musk walking away from the Twitter deal, and the inflation striking world economies. Us and international markets mainly ended positively for the week. The USD appears to be an ultimate safe haven for investors, with global recession risks incoming. The USD ended the w…
 
In today’s Recap, Marcello talks about how suspicious it is that hundreds of food processing plants are closed due to unlikely situations, such as plane crashes; Mark Zuckerberg has said in an employee Q&A session that “this might be one of the worst downturns that we’ve seen in recent history.” The Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank’s U.S. GDP measure, …
 
In this week’s recap, the US markets and a big part of the international markets recovered gains, with strong news that will affect the next few weeks, specifically more aggressive Fed interest hikes. Also, the Fed says servers will be online by 2023 for the new “Government Coin,” a digital version of the dollar: “Rapid changes are taking place in …
 
In this week’s Recap, Marcello talks about the widespread collapse of the markets around the globe; Inflation is reaching a new high; we might be facing the start of a recession. World stock markets had the biggest weekly decline since a pandemic-induced meltdown in March 2020, hit by growing worries about an economic recession after interest rate …
 
In this week’s Recap, Marcello talks about how the German supermarket chain Rewe has warned customers can take only 1 “critical” product – such as pasta and flour; Consumer spending in the U.S. is the “worst in history,” which shows a clear sign of how inflation has affected the economy; Ethereum fell and is headed toward its lowest levels since Ma…
 
In the week’s recap, the US and global markets were mostly lower, except for the Asian markets. It’s increasing the likelihood of stagflation because the latest reports indicate the US labor market added jobs at a slower pace in May, but the inflation stays elevated. Elon Musk To Slash 10% Tesla Jobs, Has “Super Bad Feeling” About Economy. Everyone…
 
In this week’s Recap, Marcello talks about the collapse of the housing market in the US due to the increase in prices of newly built homes; Swift has now allowed international payments using central bank-issued cryptocurrencies; and Malaysia and India are banning the export of chicken and sugar, respectively. A poll conducted by Vistage Worldwide I…
 
In this week’s Recap, Marcello talks about some data that shows that we are facing a drop in stocks very similar to the one the market suffered in the Great Depression; an unprecedented outbreak of Monkey Pox is triggering alerts worldwide. China’s President Xi (since 2013) will attempt an unprecedented 3rd term this fall, as he plans to extend his…
 
In this week’s Recap, Marcello talks about the aftermath of the collapse in prices of the Crypto Luna; There is a Baby formula shortage in the U.S.; Switzerland is preparing in case of nuclear attacks. U.S. consumer sentiment slumped to its lowest level in nearly 11 years in early May it was reported this week, as worries about inflation persisted,…
 
In today’s Recap, Marcello talks about how most markets around the globe fell; Gucci is accepting cryptocurrencies as payment method; Elon Musk gave a hint to the new world order at the MET gala. U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates by +0.50% in the biggest single-meeting increase in 20 years. Although the Fed Chair Powell said that additiona…
 
In today’s Recap, Marcello talks about a way of payment using an implant placed inside your hand; Bitcoin is now legal tender in the Central African Republic; More analysts are predicting a food shortage in 2023. The Central African Republic adopted Bitcoin as its official currency, thus following El Salvador’s as the 2nd country to do so. Bitcoin …
 
In this week’s recap, US & world markets in general ended lower this week, with the Russian/Ukrainian conflict showing no signs of ending soon and the World Bank lowered its global growth forecast for 2022 by nearly 1%, from +4.1% to +3.2%. The IMF also cut its global growth projections for 2022 & 2023, now projecting a +3.6% GDP rate. This represe…
 
In today’s Recap, Marcello talks about the faceoff between Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, and Twitter when he made a public offer to buy 100% of the social media firm; Warren Buffet was called a sociopathic grandpa from Omaha by Peter Thiel; Inflation and food prices are still going up. Elon Musk offers to buy 100% of Twitter for $54.20 a share (at a 54% …
 
In this week’s recap, the global stock markets ended lower as the US inflation rate reaches 40 year high. EU building up strategic reserves for chemical, biological, and radio-nuclear emergencies. Union mobilized the medical reserve unit to procure potassium iodide tablets. Biden Food Shortages continues with Walgreens Rationing Baby Formula. Twitt…
 
In this week’s Recap, Marcello talks about how the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill to Federally Legalize Marijuana; Europe bans anonymous crypto wallets, like Trezor, or Metamask, to protect against money laundering by attempting to complete “Know Your Client” (KYC) checks; “world leaders” are talking about a coming new world order. Tes…
 
In this week’s Recap, Marcello talks about how President Biden confirmed that food shortages due to Ukraine’s conflict are going to be real; Warren Buffet invested in a Brazilian digital bank that invests in Crypto; Opensea daily volume dropped 72% to $70M from $250M. Business activity in Germany, Europe’s largest economy, dipped in March as output…
 
In this week’s recap, Marcello talks about how the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine is going to affect the surge of supplies to harvest and produce food; Saudi Arabia is now in talks with China to create yuan-priced oil contracts, which will discourage the use of US dollars, thus worsening inflation. The Labor Department stated Tuesday t…
 
In today’s recap, Marcello talks about what Robert Kiyosaki warned on Twitter about Bitcoin and Biden’s administration(Bitcoin to be Seized?); Gasoline has been hit by inflation, reaching and surpassing $8 USD per gallon in California; Russia’s military activity against Ukraine is increasing. Bitcoin & other cryptocurrencies were trading higher on …
 
In this week’s recap, the US markets closed lower this week, with oil prices surging to multiyear highs, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continued to roil markets. Euro & Asian markets ended far lower due to the Russian-Ukraine crisis. Latin American markets ended mostly positive. The food crisis begins in Europe and Asian countries. The American P…
 
In this week’s recap, the most important news is the Russian invasion of Ukrainian territory, which affected global markets throughout the week. The high volatility caused the markets to collapse after the invasion and recover again at the end of the week. Russia’s main equities index, the MOEX, collapsed -by 45% and was temporarily suspended to st…
 
In this recap, the world markets were mostly lower, with renewed anxiety over tensions between Russia & Ukraine, despite Russia’s claims to seek diplomatic lines to resolve the conflict. A German army convoy reached Lithuania on Thursday, bringing almost half of the planned reinforcements for the country’s German-led NATO battlegroup, amid fears of…
 
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