EP: 196 Let the Market Dictate Your Moves – Art Hogan

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EP: 196 Let the Market Dictate Your Moves - Art Hogan


Art Hogan
Managing Director & Chief Market Strategist at B. Riley FBR, Inc
Record Date:  4/16/18


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  1. How Art got his start in the Financial Industry
  2. Why’s the market volatile & how long will it last
  3. Yield Curves
  4. Earnings Impact on Equities
  5. Economic Data that Traders should watch
  6. Risk Parity Trade Unwinding
  7. Monetary Policy Mistake
  8. Tariffs & Trade Wars

Rapid Fire:

Q. What Trader has influenced your life the most and why?
A. Dave Herron & Dave Laliberte

Q. What was one of the hardest things you’ve had to overcome in trading?
A. Taking losses and taking losses faster.

Q. How has your trading evolved over the years?
A. From scalping to being more patient and trading the trend.

Q. Favorite Book About Trading:
A. The Bonfire of the Vanities

Q. Favorite Movie About Trading:
A. Wall Street & Trading Places

Q. Best Advice Ever Received About Trading:
A. The market is always going to be bigger than you and the market doesn’t get anything so understand you won’t be bigger than the market.  Let the market dictate your moves, don’t try to dictate its moves. 

Q. Advice to Give to Others About Trading:
A. Study as much as you can.  Find a mentor.

Q. If you weren’t a trader you’d be what?
A. Running a hardware store that he can turn into a comedy club at night.

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