LSD, Iron Condors and the Recession: tastylive's Weekly Roundup
Jul 1, 2023
This week on tastylive’s YouTube channels, we received more comments on Tom Sosnoff’s lack of a beret than anything related to trading. That does not, however, mean there is nothing to report. From economic slowdowns to a potential trade idea, here are some of the most important videos from tastylive’s YouTube.
In this enlightening video, our esteemed head of global macro, Ilya Spivak, sheds light on the unsettling possibility of a recession. Combine the hawkish sentiment at major central banks with the sluggish economic growth of the world's factory, and we’re left with a recipe for bearishness.
Spivak's analysis of the Chinese economy reveals some crucial takeaways that every trader should consider.
Peek inside the brilliant mind of Michael Rechenthin, also known as Dr. Data, who serves as tastylive's head of research and development. In this captivating video, he offers a crash course on financial engineering, equipping traders with the fundamental frameworks to monitor risks and identify potential next trades.
The key takeaways from Michael's insightful lesson include the fact that financial engineering involves analyzing financial data to comprehend risks and rewards.
Join the dynamic duo of Tom Sosnoff and Dylan Ratigan as they delve into the intricate web of geopolitical and economic ramifications stemming from Russia's ongoing war in Ukraine. In this thought-provoking video, they shed light on the potential leverage Russia could gain through alliances with China, India, and Brazil, despite its limited influence beyond its size, nuclear power, and commodity reserves. The situation in Russia remains in flux, and its implications may reverberate far and wide.
Later in the episode, Tom and Dylan lighten the tone by diving into impacts of LSD on innovation and corporate leadership (hard right turn).
Mark your calendars for July 25, as Microsoft gears up to release its next earnings report. However, before the earnings announcement, there exists an opportunity for small accounts to collect premium in an iron condor trade in Microsoft.
The full video offers traders can gain valuable insights into Tony's approach and potentially capitalize on this earnings trade, as well as learn about finding trades using the tastytrade platform.
Eric Villa is the YouTube programming specialist at tastylive.
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