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The Metrics of DreamTrades with Thomas Hughes, Ep #67

How To Trade It: Talking to the worlds most successful traders.

Subscribe to How To Trade ItThomas Hughes started trading October 5th, 2005. Some friends took him to a seminar where he was taught how to buy/sell stocks. It was exactly what Thomas wanted to learn. He started his adventure learning about trading and options. In all of his years in school, he was never taught that trading and investing was where there was money to be made. Thomas is now the head research writer for DreamTrades.com. He also writes for MarketBeat and Seeking Alpha. You’ll want to hear this episode if you are interested in...[1:26] learn more about Thomas Hughes[3:56] What Thomas likes to trade (and what he looks for)[6:37] The best pick from 2020: Etsy[9:02] The worst pick from 2020: Beyond Meat[13:45] What Thomas thinks about Coinbase[17:12] Why the DreamTrade reports are so helpful[22:25] How to cut losers and manage winning tradesResources & People MentionedDreamTrades.com: Click on “monthly alerts” and use the coupon code podcast to get $25 offCoinbaseBook: Shoe Dog by Phil KnightConnect with Thomas HughesConnect on LinkedInConnect With Casey StubbsWebsite: https://caseystubbs.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/TradingStrategyGuidesYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/caseystubbsTwitter:  https://www.twitter.com/caseystubbsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TradingStrategyGuidesLinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/caseystubbsEmail: Business(at)TradingStrategyGuides.comSubscribe to How To Trade ItDisclaimer: Trading carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. Before deciding to invest you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment. Therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading, and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts.Support the show (https://caseystubbs.com)

27mins

1 Jul 2021

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Ep 5. Teen Mental Health with Dr. Thomas Hughes

Get Your Head in the Game with Shannon Beasley Taitt

In today's episode, Shannon continues the conversation around the importance of teen mental health with her special guest, board certified psychiatrist, Dr. Thomas Hughes from The C.U.B.E. Psychiatric Services.  There is so much pressure on teens and young adults in society today so it's important to recognize the signs and symptoms of distress and learn ways to help our young people navigate these challenging times.   To learn more about Dr. Hughes and his practice, visit: http://psychadjacent.com/ or follow him on Instagram @psychadjacent.   To learn more about Deep Roots Coaching Group go to www.deeprootscoachinggroup.com an to learn more get Shannon's book, "Get Your Head in the Game," go to www.shannonbtaitt.com.  You can follow Shannon on Instagram @shannonbeasleytaitt

34mins

3 Mar 2021

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117: Having a positive impact, with Thomas Hughes

Grow Your Own Career | The Career Farm

Jane is joined by Territory Manager at Shell, Thomas Hughes, to discuss finding work based on your passion, and making the most out of an MBA. Thomas' first job at the age of 16 was washing pots for a banquet hall. He originally applied to study archeology, but instead chose to study international relations at Sheffield University. He was then offered a US internship to work at a lobbying company, then returned to his original occupation in hospitality. Feeling it was time to change tack, Thomas then applied for an MBA, which encouraged and empowered him to look for work based on the impact he wanted to make in the world, rather than the industry he wanted to work within. This led him to an interview with Shell, where Thomas' passion for environmental issues saw him through the initial video interview, to the face-to-face interview, to eventually working as Territory Manager for the company. Thomas provides his advice for students taking an MBA, and to anyone newly entering the world of work. Going forwards, Thomas is committed to helping Shell continue its mission towards sustainable energy and electric vehicles.

32mins

26 Feb 2021

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117: Having a positive impact, with Thomas Hughes

Grow Your Own Career | The Career Farm

Jane is joined by Territory Manager at Shell, Thomas Hughes, to discuss finding work based on your passion, and making the most out of an MBA. Thomas' first job at the age of 16 was washing pots for a banquet hall. He originally applied to study archeology, but instead chose to study international relations at Sheffield University. He was then offered a US internship to work at a lobbying company, then returned to his original occupation in hospitality. Feeling it was time to change tack, Thomas then applied for an MBA, which encouraged and empowered him to look for work based on the impact he wanted to make in the world, rather than the industry he wanted to work within. This led him to an interview with Shell, where Thomas' passion for environmental issues saw him through the initial video interview, to the face-to-face interview, to eventually working as Territory Manager for the company. Thomas provides his advice for students taking an MBA, and to anyone newly entering the world of work. Going forwards, Thomas is committed to helping Shell continue its mission towards sustainable energy and electric vehicles.

32mins

26 Feb 2021

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The Earliest King Arthur: Thomas Hughes' "Misfortunes"

Hamlet to Hamilton: Exploring Verse Drama

Welcome to Season Two: "Arthur Through the Ages," where we'll be looking through King Arthur-inspired English language verse plays from 1587-2019.  Welcome season cohosts, Nick Ritacco and Colin Kovarik, as we jump into our first play, The Misfortunes of Arthur by Sir Thomas Hughes, written in 1587. ACCESS SHOW NOTES to texts, links, and full transcripts: https://www.hamlettohamilton.com/shownotes.html FULL PLAY: https://d.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/text/hughes-misfortunes-of-arthur PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/hamlettohamilton JOIN THE CONVERSATION Facebook @hamlettohamilton Twitter @hamlet2hamilton #HamlettoHamilton #H2H

59mins

10 Feb 2021

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The Galactic Connections w Erica Goetsch guest Thomas Hughes big foot contactee on Dec 21 2012 the end of the world

UFO Paranormal Radio & United Public Radio

The Galactic Connections w Erica Goetsch guest Thomas Hughes big foot contactee on Dec 21 2012 the end of the world

59mins

1 Aug 2020

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The Galactic Connections w Erica Goetsch guest Thomas Hughes big foot contactee on Dec 21 2012

United Public Radio

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59mins

1 Aug 2020

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Prof. Thomas Hughes

ASME Applied Mechanics Reviews Podcast

The Applied Mechanics Reviews Podcast Presents: Prof. Thomas J.R. Hughes is a leading authority in engineering science and applied mechanics, recognized for his ground-breaking contributions to the computer-aided analysis of problems in fluid and solid mechanics. This AMR audio interview explores his experiences at the interfaces between research and design, academia and industry, and innovation and integration, his unique combination of gumption and curiosity, and how a flailing fire hose may have inspired a revolution in vascular surgery. Visit the Applied Mechanics Reviews Journal on the ASME Digital Collection. Recorded: May 04, 2016

49mins

11 Nov 2019

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We talk with Thomas Hughes about his upcoming fight

Undefeated By Choice

In this episode we talk with Thomas Hughes as he prepares for his May 31st Co Main event bout with Florin Stan. Get your tickets now at Steelfistfight.com. Thank you for listening and please give us a like, subscribe and share.

1hr 4mins

9 May 2019

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Thomas Hughes Explains the Role of The Regulatory and Clinical Research Institute

Neural Implant podcast - the people behind Brain-Machine Interface revolutions

Thomas Hughes, JD works as the senior principal advisor for The Regulatory and Clinical Research Institute based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His organization works to assist medical device companies pass regulatory steps to sell their product and find paths for reimbursements necessary to fund the medical devices. He stresses that one of the most critical steps in developing a device involves focusing on the reimbursement process. Top Three Takeaways: Medical device companies must consider the reimbursement process when passing their devices through the regulatory process. Reimbursement is a three legged stool: coding pathway, the payment attached, and coverage are all necessary. The Regulatory and Clinical Research Institute works with a variety of companies—not just startups. Show Notes: [00:30] Ladan introduces his guest Thomas Hughes as a medical device consultant who has travelled through many parts of the world—check out Travel Wisdom Podcast to learn more about his travels. [1:20] Hughes explains his role as senior principal advisor at a clinical research organization called The Regulatory and Clinical Research Institute (RCRI). [2:40] Hughes describes how he helps organizations get through the regulatory period for their medical devices. [3:10] Hughes spoke at the forum to explain to medical device companies about how to not only get their devices through regulations, but also acquire reimbursement for them. [3:45] Startup medical device companies must prove to purchasers that their products should be purchased. [4:30] Hughes aids companies in understanding how to implement health economics into their products. [6:00] The design features are critical for a product because it must work well and be disruptive—the medical device must be proven valuable. [7:15] Medical device companies must research and cater to the financial aspects of their products. [8:30] Reimbursement is a three legged stool: coding pathway, the payment attached, and coverage are involved. [10:45] The target groups and codes certain medical technologies must be researched for depends on the type of device. [13:00] Multiple codes for reimbursement may exist for a medical device. [13:45] The first step for reimbursement it to look for existing codes; if this does not work, the company may need to take steps in order to create a new code. [15:00] RCRI does not work with just startups; they work with several large companies still seeking help. [16:20] Hughes has worked with many startups recently because investors seek to know the landscapes for new medical technologies. [18:00] Companies may have a great design for their product, but they must think how they will pay for it. [19:30] Check out Tom Hughes article from October of 2018 in Medical Outsourcing Magazine.

21mins

11 Feb 2019

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