Back in August, I was the featured guest on the OptionGenius podcast with Allen Sama. I didn’t really know what to expect from the experience, but it turned out to be a really cool conversation about the market, retail stock trading strategy and the financial media (that’s me). In my opinion, Allen did a great job with the podcast, and I think interviewing is an underappreciated skill.
In general, I think podcasts are a great medium for nuanced, thoughtful conversations, as opposed to the type of frantic, sound bite-centric four-minute interviews you tend to get on TV these days.
Anyway, if you would like to hear more about my crazy journey to becoming a financial market journalist, my investing philosophy, my take on the media and even my top stock pick, and if you would like to hear it all in my charming Alabama accent, check out the OptionGenious podcast by clicking here.
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