News Quantified Founder to Appear on Expert Investing Panel | Sign Up for Live Event
Exciting news… tomorrow, News Quantified founder Oliver Schmalholz will be featured on the expert panel assembled for the latest episode of Analyze Your Trade.
When: Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 | 4:30PMET (1:30PM PT)
What: Live stock-market analysis from leading investment pros. Stocks will be audience-selected.
Access: Claim your space now using the button below.
The show (this will mark Episode #49) centers on in-depth equity analysis from assembled groups of stock market experts.
But, rather than listen to pre-planned remarks, audience members will actually get to see how these 21st century investing pros go about analyzing a stock.
This web-series has a unique, highly interactive format: the panel will analyze stocks picked by the show’s viewers. Here’s how it works: when you register for the event (free live access plus an archived copy so you don’t have to worry about notes), you’ll receive access to an area where you can submit five stocks that you’d like to see analyzed by the expert panel.
Then—live—the panel will analyze a selection of five stocks picked by the most viewers. In addition to Oliver, this week’s panel will feature Jim Kenney of Options Professor and be moderated by Dean Jenkins of FollowMeTrades.
This analysis will be genuinely live: that means the panelists may not agree. They may like all or none of the stocks selected by viewers. We’ll have to wait to find out.
News Quantified users who would like to attend should claim their space now using the button below:
From options to real-time news analysis, the current stock market era demands that retail investors stop ceding some of the most consistently profitable approaches to big institutional players.
To do so, these investors just need the right tools and a winning strategy. And what better way to learn than watching investors who make a living beating the stock market?
We hope to see you in the audience tomorrow! But if you can’t make it to the live event, consider signing up anyway to gain access to the video recording—you can watch on your own time.