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Andrew Zatlin

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Andrew Zatlin—The Moneyball Approach to Smart Investing EP59

The Wiggin Sessions

Currently, all signs indicate we're teetering into bear market territory, and uncertainty is at an unprecedented level for individual investors. Wall Street is set up to take your money. But you must be in the market unless you want to only be in cash, right? So how can you use insider datapoint information to predict where the different economic sectors are headed, and determine if the world's largest companies are doing well or not to hang onto more of your money? Andrew Zatlin is a trained economist and top-ranked financial forecaster. Recently Andrew ranked #1 for Jobs Forecasting by Bloomberg, putting him ahead of analysts at J.P. Morgan and Bank of America. Through Moneyball Economics, he's created a system to leverage today's data to offer investors real-world trading help so they can knock it out of the park in any economy. On this episode of The Wiggin Sessions, Andrew joins me to share his insight into how to break out of the old-world style of measuring the economy. Andrew shares his 4 key datapoint indicators that will help you determine the big-picture health of a company prior to investing. He shares examples of how he's used the data to make money, the companies, and industries where he's done well, and some of his missteps. Plus, why 'vice spending' analysis is the real barometer for consumer confidence and his prediction for when things take a turn for the worse. Listen in to understand how to use Moneyball Economic data to take advantage of the great opportunities when the bear market bottoms. Key Takeaways How the benchmarks for insight into the economy have changed in a digital era Why hiring is a CORE piece of the puzzle all investors should pay attention to How to sniff out problems at a company long before they're made public The 4 datapoint indicators to look at prior to investing in a company The #1 thing to look for to determine if it's the right time to jump back into a previously sagging industry How to keep from missing the real opportunities in the market by staying in sync with Wall Street What economic factors trigger the hiring button in larger enterprises Why predictability of business is causing both B2B and B2C companies to adopt the subscription model How to determine if lower hiring is market or company specific How Andrew uses vice and social spending as the true barometer for consumer confidence Connect with Andrew Zatlin Moneyball EconomicsAndrew on LinkedIn Connect with Addison Wiggin Consilience Financial Be sure to follow The Wiggin Sessions on your socials. You can find me on— Facebook @thewigginsessions Instagram @thewigginsessions Twitter @WigginSessions Resources "Crashflation" — A Profit Opportunity Arch Resources

58mins

22 Jul 2022

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Andrew Zatlin on Jobless Claims Fraud, Inflation Surge (Preview)

FS Insider

Oct 13 – FS Insider speaks with Andrew Zatlin at SouthBay Research on the fraud and mechanics behind one of the most important economic data points, jobless claims, which he says were artificially boosted higher after Covid...

1min

13 Oct 2020

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Andrew Zatlin - Employment Decline on the Way #4204

Financial Survival Network

Andrew Zatlin has turned bearish on the economy and employment. We've plateaued and that means it's down from here. How we get there is the question. Obviously, central banks will be pumping in liquidity like crazy. China is already doing it now. A new infrastructure bill is coming to the USA. But will it be enough?

24mins

25 Jan 2019

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Andrew Zatlin - California and Bitcoin are Burning Up #4124

Financial Survival Network

We just witnessed tremendous wild fires in California and a stupendous drop in Bitcoin to just $3661. California has a fiscal wildfire just getting started due to the new tax law, which will see record numbers of Californians abandoning the state to avoid their confiscatory tax rates. It will end badly as well for Bitcoin. The entire crypto space is unlikely to survive the next conflagration. It ain't gonna be pretty, that's for sure.

27mins

26 Nov 2018

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Andrew Zatlin - It's All About Trump #4025

Financial Survival Network

With the economy zooming along at 4% plus growth, the natural inclination is to wonder how much longer this can continue. Andrew believes for quite a while. First, the corporate/individual tax cuts are giving a definite boost to the economy. And it's not just stock buybacks. Companies are beginning to reinvest in their core operations, which is good for everyone. Andrew believes that one of the major drivers for next year will be the modified trade deals that the President is working on now. That will lead to more jobs and more tax revenue. There's enough momentum to take the economy ahead for the foreseeable future, nay sayers and haters aside.

25mins

6 Sep 2018

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Andrew Zatlin - It's All About Trump #4025

Financial Survival Network

With the economy zooming along at 4% plus growth, the natural inclination is to wonder how much longer this can continue. Andrew believes for quite a while. First, the corporate/individual tax cuts are giving a definite boost to the economy. And it's not just stock buybacks. Companies are beginning to reinvest in their core operations, which is good for everyone. Andrew believes that one of the major drivers for next year will be the modified trade deals that the President is working on now. That will lead to more jobs and more tax revenue. There's enough momentum to take the economy ahead for the foreseeable future, nay sayers and haters aside.

25mins

5 Sep 2018

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Andrew Zatlin, Moneyball Economics - Talking Business 2015, Ep. 11

Talking Business

36mins

17 Apr 2015

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Moneyball ft. Andrew Zatlin

Sermons From the Free Market

Andrew Zatlin, “The Moneyball Economist” joins the conversation. Peter and Andrew start off by talking about data and various models within finance. Andrew gives an overview on his ideas on the application of data metrics to financial markets. Andrew discusses how he assesses companies for potential investment. They discuss Germany’s economy and the apparent strength, or lack thereof. This leads to a discussion on Japan’s economy. Andrew then gives an overview of his “Vice Index”, and the conversation concludes with a word association game.

49mins

19 Mar 2015