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Trading Stocks Made Easy with Tyrone Jackson

Trading Stock Made Easy with Tyrone Jackson is a weekly Podcast hosted by stock market trader, teacher and mentor Tyrone Jackson. Best known for his Huffington Post blogs and his Wealthy Investor Program, Mr. Jackson will help demystify stock trading and investing so you can profit. Each week Tyrone reviews individual stocks as case studies as well as interviews experts and some of his most successful students who are learning to master the process of wealth building via investing. For followers of Rich Dad Poor Dad, CNBC and Suzie Orman, Tyrone Jackson is the next step in the process of becoming financially educated.

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TSME 006: The Journey Towards Financial Success

Everyone’s journey towards financial success is different, which only proves that anyone can do it. Denna Dean tells Tyrone Jackson her story and what her favorite trades are now.  Denna Dean was born and raised in South Central Los Angeles to a working class family with no financial education. She became obsessed with saving, made her way to college, and found Primerica at a job fair. She signed up with them and learned a lot about sales and financial principals. Most importantly she learned to pay herself first, which is really, as she says, the first act of self-love.  When Denna Dean became more curious about the stock market she started an investment club called “Lez Invest.” The group asked and explored questions like “what is saving?” and “what is investing?” to encourage themselves through self-education. By 2012 the group started to seek outside sources for education.  Denna Dean would occasionally search for financial classes on Living Social and stumbled across Tyrone Jackson’s Wealthy Investor program. She showed up for her introductory day and was excited by Tyrone’s idea of using the stock market for income. When she signed up for Wealth Investor she finally learned about covered call writing. She was so agitated with excitement from this lesson that she couldn’t sleep.  Now Denna Dean sleeps very well at night because her money is working for her. Her favorite stock to do most trades with is Apple, although she also loves Home Depot for covered calls and volatility trading, among others like Starbucks and Disney. Denna Dean’s advice for those afraid to start trading is to just get started. She says, “I did it, you can do it, it’s your time now.” It’s your time, so go to WITradeschool.com to start YOUR journey toward financial success. Click here for more info.  Also, take a look at Denna Dean’s site: www.webefreeenterprises.com.

22mins

22 Apr 2015

Rank #1

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TSME #010: Strategies Often Overlooked and WITradeSchool.com

The stock market is it’s own universe and the language intimidates many people. Tyrone Jackson demystifies the stock market by explaining some of the basic terminology and some of his favorite strategies. The stock market is not too complicated; you just need a financial education.  A great place to start is learning the difference between trading and investing stocks. When we invest in a stock, we are willing to hold onto those shares for a long time. We only do this with stocks that are a part of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. It’s a good idea to buy stocks from companies who have a story that we understand. In other words, we know how they make their money. By holding onto these stocks we get to collect dividends: your share of the company’s profits. When we trade a stock, we are selling it for a profit. One of the first trades we learn to make is a covered call. There’s a way to make money on a covered call whether the stock is going up, going down, or staying the same.  The number one questions that Tyrone Jackson’s students ask is, which stocks should I be trading and which stocks should I be investing in right now? The best way to find the answer is to join Wealth Investor Trade School. The market is always changing and Tyrone can help you keep up with it week by week.  Learn the language of the stock market and get in the game. Change your life. Get yourself educated and then pass on the knowledge to your loved ones.  Click here to join. 

19mins

20 May 2015

Rank #2

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Trading Stocks Made Easy #108: Trading Habits and Goals

http://www.witradeschool.com  In episode #108 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, sits down with his student, Lindsey Alena, after her first 18 months of trading, to discuss trading habits and goals. Follow Tyrone's weekly trades at: http://www.witradeschool.com Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success. Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.  http://www.thewealthyinvestor.net

29mins

11 Oct 2019

Rank #3

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TSME #014: Uplifting Your Family Through Investing

Tyrone Jackson's student Patricia Lo Piccolo joins him to talk about how she changed her mindset about what was possible and found a way to help her family.  Patricia had a middle class upbringing in Dallas, Texas. Her mother was a nurse and her father was a landscape architect. They always had what they needed but they lived paycheck to paycheck. As an adult, she moved to NYC and established a life for herself where similarly, she was comfortable but always needed that next paycheck. She didn't realize that she should start thinking about building wealth.  It wasn't until Tyrone told her about the stock market that she started to shift her thinking. Once she found out it was possible to create monthly income it was just a matter of educating herself. Patricia has now been trading and investing in the stock market for about three to four years.  Once her mindset shifted, Patricia realized that a property that had been in her family for years was an asset. Because of repairs, that property had felt like a burden for a long time. Patricia was able to take a loan on the equity of the property and open a brokerage account for her family.  However, it took Patricia about nine months to get enough of her family to open their minds to this possibility. She was able to bring some of them to Tyrone's class, and once they actually heard covered call writing explained, they felt more comfortable with the idea. Now the family account is starting to pay back the equity loan, it makes money every month, and pays dividends to her parents. The value of the property now produces money for repairs.  If you learn the Wealthy Investor approach to trading and investing, you can help yourself and your family too. Go to TheWealthyInvestor.net to learn more!

40mins

15 Jul 2015

Rank #4

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Trading Stocks Made Easy #115: Just Four Trades

http://www.witradeschool.com  In episode #115 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, as a listener, you're in for a real treat. Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, discusses the four trades you need to master, Covered Calls, Volatility trades, LEAPS options, and Spreads.  Follow Tyrone's weekly trades at: http://www.witradeschool.com Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success. Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.  http://www.thewealthyinvestor.net

25mins

24 Jan 2020

Rank #5

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TSME #013 How to Open an Online Brokerage Account

In order to make money in the stock market, you must first open a brokerage account. Tyrone Jackson, The Wealthy Investor, explains the different types of accounts and how to get started.  There are 3 different types of online trading accounts: 1) Full Service Most of the people who open a full service account are not doing a lot of online trading. They want the advice of a professional. These types of brokerage houses take much larger commissions.  Example: Edward Jones 2) Discount  With a discount brokerage account you have the choice of having someone guide you through the stock market process or you can just trade online for one flat rate. That rate is usually from around $9.95 to buy or sell a stock to $29 for a broker assisted trade. There is still a commission, but that commission is tax deductible.    Examples: TD Ameritrade, Fidelity, and Charles Schwab 3) Deep Discount  Some people like paying as little as possible to open their account. A deep discount brokerage account has lower commissions but it is only open during the stock market hours. You also lose hours and availability of customer support.    Example: E*Trade

8mins

13 Jun 2015

Rank #6

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Trading Stocks Made Easy #107: Top 3 Student Mistakes To Avoid

http://www.witradeschool.com  In episode #107 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, discusses the Top 3 student mistakes to avoid. Follow Tyrone's weekly trades at: http://www.witradeschool.com Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success. Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.  http://www.thewealthyinvestor.net

12mins

5 Oct 2019

Rank #7

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TSME # 92: Five Tips for Trading and Investing in 2019

www.witradeschool.com  In episode #92 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, introduces you to five tips that every stock market trader and investor needs to know in 2019. Tyrone Jackson has built his reputation on choosing and recommending stocks with the highest probability of doubling in a five year period.  Follow Tyrone Jackson at www.witradeschool.com

18mins

1 Mar 2019

Rank #8

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Trading Stocks Made Easy #103: The Psychology of Money and Choices

html://www.witradeschool.com  In episode #103 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, interviews psychotherapist, Janell Cox, on the mental and emotional decisions that govern financial choices. Follow Tyrone's weekly trades at: html://www.witradeschool.com Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success. Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.  html://www.thewealthyinvestor.net

33mins

23 Aug 2019

Rank #9

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TSME #016: Relax While Your Money Works For You

Zane Mark is a successful musician and conductor. His father was a reed player, playing all the wood wind instruments with the Ellington Band and eventually Broadway. Music stayed in the family as Zane, his wife, and his daughter have all been on broadway. Mr. Mark is well known for co-composing the show Bring in the Noise, Bring in the Funk.    When the money first started coming in and Zane’s musical career started taking off, he bought stock in mutual funds. There was no rhyme or reason to what he bought and he lucked out that it always worked out in his favor. Zane didn’t have a financial education but he knew that if you made $1 a week for 52 weeks and your bills came out to $60, you needed to do something else.  Zane felt that if he stuck his money under the mattress it wasn’t going to be able to keep up with inflation. If he just threw it willy nilly into the stock market, he was begging to lose it all. Just like there needs to be a class on parenthood, there needs to be a class on how to handle your money. So when her Broadway show got in the way of Zane’s wife signing up for Tyrone’s Wealthy Investor class, Zane took the class in her place.  Now with his financial education, Zane feels that he understands what the cost of living is, he can keep up with it, and now with his investments and trades he is able to surpass it. This has enabled him to relax and not worry when the phone doesn’t ring with another musical gig. Zane generally trades stocks that pay out dividends. He owns Dow components such as Home Depot and American Express. The only non-dow component stock that he owns is Starbucks, and it is only a small part of his portfolio. This year has been much better for him because most of his portfolio is in DOW components. He tries to trade five contracts at once to make the fees worth it. Zane’s favorite trade is a simple covered call.   Mr. Mark's favorite stock used to be McDonald’s but now it is Disney. They have so many things in their wheelhouse it feels like, how could Disney go wrong? They just announced that they are going to split their dividend. He has been investing in Disney for a little over a year.  Want to gain a financial education so that you can relax like Zane Mark? Visit WITradeSchool.com now. Click here. 

27mins

2 Sep 2015

Rank #10

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TSME #023: Mutual Funds vs. Stocks

Some people say, “I would never put my money in the stock market because it’s too risky.” Yes there is risk, but without risk there would be no reward. There are companies in the DOW jones that are less risky because they have proven their revenue - companies like Coca Cola, Disney, Apple etc. In the Wealthy Investor Program we try to balance risk by leaning a little more conservative and having most of our money in DOW stocks.  Today Tyrone talks with someone well versed in risk. Josh Belanger is an option trading specialist and author of the book Fearless Investing With Options. Josh began working at 19 as a pizza delivery boy. He told one of his regular customers about his dreams of becoming a stock broker, and the customer advised him to get a Series 7. While Josh studied to pass the Series 7 exam he worked on the floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange as a runner - the lowest man on the totem pole. After the test, Josh had a career as a stock broker, or financial adviser.  After paying his dues, Josh started to see how the internet and technology was changing the industry. He also realized that he wasn’t really learning to play the game of the stock market. He got out of the finance industry and started trading options aggressively. Now Josh is the founder of www.OptionSIZZLE.com where he publishes free daily investing and trading tips and teaches struggling self directed investors how to become more profitable trading options while reducing risk, creating higher chances of success and generating better returns in any type of financial market.  Having been on the other side, Josh believes that mutual funds are legally stealing everyone's money. The monstrous fees taken by the financial advisors and firms compared to the little amount of money they make you in return is unreasonable. Also, financial advisors are required to operate under so many legal restrictions, that there's not much they are allowed to do to grow your money. Now trading on his own and helping others to do so, Josh has focused mainly on options trading. In Tyrone’s Wealthy Investor approach, he teaches LEAPS options trading. In a LEAP, the option has a one year expiration date. Josh’s strategy utilizes shorter time frames; his options usually expire in 30 - 50 days. Josh looks more for income generating opportunities instead of focusing on long term investing or day trading.  Josh believes that one of the first things you need to understand is implied volatility. Ideally if you buy an option you want the implied volatility levels to be low. If you buy an option, you want to look to sell it. Your fear about what could happen is greater than what really happens in the market. Typically Josh buys an option and sells another option. He does this to reduce the overall cost and increase the probability of success. This would be considered a spread. As Tyrone always says, "The Stock Market is a game with a hundred ways to play it." To learn how to build your strategy and get in the game visit WITradeSchool.com. 

50mins

4 Nov 2015

Rank #11

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TSME #015: Setting Financial Goals

Brian DeMars came from a poor family in the Bronx. He became a musician writing and playing jazz/rock fusion music but eventually carried on his father's trade of printing for the direct mail business.  Off of a friend's recommendation, Brian and his wife went to one of Tyrone's Wealthy Investor Seminars. For Brian's first trade, he bought 100 shares of Disney. He wrote an out of the money covered call and he loved the feeling of making money from his first trade! After two months in classes with Tyrone he felt comfortable managing three accounts for himself and his wife. To this day, covered calls are still his favorite trades. Brian believes that money needs a plan. He sets short term and long term goals for himself. When it comes to fear he says, "Fear is something you have to say to yourself, I can face everything and run or I can face everything and recoup some money." He also has a personal acronymn: TIME - Trades I Must Experience. Experience these trades for yourself! Visit TheWealthyInvestor.net to start your financial education now! 

14mins

12 Aug 2015

Rank #12

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EPISODE 54: Options Trading Made Easy

Active stock traders are always looking to up their game. The next step for active traders is to learn how to trade call options. Call options are wildly popular instruments for hedge funds. However, you can use them to increase your trading profits as a retail investor. The Wealthy Investor approach to trading call options involves exclusively trading LEAPS Options. Call LEAPS options give you time to be right about the long term direction of a stock. Therefore, they carry lower risk. In this episode, learn how Tyrone Jackson and his students increase their trading profits using LEAPS options. Learn more about options trading by going to thewealthyinvestor.net/freeoptionlesson 

19mins

21 Apr 2017

Rank #13

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Trading Stocks Made Easy #106: IPO Gold Rush

http://www.witradeschool.com  In episode #106 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, discusses tracking revenue growth, and the pros & cons of IPOs. Follow Tyrone's weekly trades at: http://www.witradeschool.com Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success. Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.  http://www.thewealthyinvestor.net

19mins

18 Sep 2019

Rank #14

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TSME #020: Trading Stocks Around Your Lifestyle

Tyrone Jackson explains that all you need to finance your entire lifestyle is a vision. One of the biggest benefits to having money and having wealth is freedom, the freedom to choose what your life would look like. Tyrone interviews his student, actress Valencia Yearwood, who has created a successful and artistic lifestyle for herself. Valencia grew up in Queens, NY. When she was 14 she decided she wanted to be a gynecologist. Being at a specialized high school she was able to double major in medicine and performing arts. After graduating college with a degree in biology, she decided that medicine was not her calling and followed her dance dreams instead. Valencia made it into the Dance Theater Company and traveled all over the world dancing before she hung up her pointe shoes. Afterwards she transitioned into acting and was cast in the Lion King on Broadway. Following an injury that took her off Broadway, Valencia started doing television commercials. You’ve seen her on commercials for companies like Liberty Car Insurance, Fed Ex, Capital One, McDonald’s and more. As a dancer, Valencia knew that her career couldn’t last forever so she would have to find another way to have residual income. She came from a middle class family and before meeting Tyrone she did not have a financial education. The most amazing thing about shifting her mindset was seeing that there were possibilities for getting more out of life. Once she started to shift her mindset it didn’t only affect her money- she started to attract abundance in all areas of her life. What Valencia likes about the stock market is that she doesn’t have to depend on anyone else to increase her income. She can do it on her own time from her own home. Her favorite trade is writing covered calls because it’s guaranteed, but her second favorite is volatility trading because its not a long term commitment. Last year she had minimal time to trade so she just focused on one leap trade, which ended up doubling her account. That trade taught her the power of focus. Now she would like to get better at trading options and specifically trading front month calls against options. Valencia’s advice to beginners is “You don't need a lot of money in order to make money. You need a lot of focus, you need to be open, and you need to partner with someone who can give you the financial education that you need, but that’s really all you need. Stay open and shift your mindset.” To start your financial education today, download Tyrone Jackson’s latest cheat sheet Millionaire Secrets. Click Here to Download Now!

38mins

14 Oct 2015

Rank #15

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TSME # 96: Residual Income And Retirement Planning

www.witradeschool.com  In episode #96 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, discusses retirement planning with certified retirement financial advisor, Jason Parks. Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success. Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.

18mins

16 May 2019

Rank #16

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TSME #021: $12,000 in a Day - Advanced Trading

Tyrone interviews one of his more advanced students, Patrick Giugliano, about his experience trading so far. Patrick started as an engineer but decided he didn’t want to make a career of it. The medical field spoke to him because he enjoyed helping people. Luckily it is in Dr. Giugliano’s nature to flourish in difficult situations because he chose one of the hardest disciplines of medicine: sleep medicine. Eventually Patrick built a private practice and had a long and successful career. Recently he retired and is happy to make trading his main source of income. Patrick was attracted to the Wealthy Investor program because Tyrone came from a common background, similar to himself. He also appreciates that Tyrone teaches you to trade like the institutions trade. The institutions, or the big money, refers to the banks, college endowments, insurance companies, and hedge funds that trade a million or more contracts at once. These large trades truly affect the market. By understanding why the institutions trade the way they do, an individual can anticipate moves in the market and ride the coat tails of these companies. The first trade that Tyrone teaches is covered call writing because it helps to shift your mindset to see what is possible. Patrick says he doesn’t have a favorite type of covered call because he uses the different types of trades to react to what is happening in the market. For example, in a bull market he would use out of the money calls. On a more advanced level, Patrick is attracted to owning LEAPS, or Long-term Equity Anticipation Securities, because of their extrinsic value and because purchasing a longer option gives you the time to be right. When Tyrone teaches more complex derivatives, which are basically buying longer calls, he teaches his students to buy a lot of time because that call option will go up exponentially as the stock moves up and time becomes kind of like an insurance policy. Patrick uses compounding by going back and forth between the Delta 30 and the Delta 70. At the end of the cycle he ends up with more contracts than he started with. When he gets to the point where he has doubled his contracts, he then buys a stock like Apple or H&R Block and moves his money out of a trading scenario into a long term investment scenario. Planting seeds and making investments to plan for the future is very important. Wealth is a feeling first and when you start to see your account balance rising, it gives you more confidence overall. Patrick’s best trade happened recently. A few weeks ago the stock market went down a record 10,000 points in 5 trading days. Then on one day it dropped almost 1,100 points. Although this sounds bad, there was an opportunity because the big money was buying right back in. Patrick saw that the institutions were bringing the market back up and bought a leap at this moment. On that same day he made $12,000. Getting a financial education has helped Patrick to create a nest egg for his family and still retire from his job. He will trade for the rest of his life because it's exciting, it keeps his mind going, and it funds his lifestyle. Patrick’s advice to new traders is this: the most important thing about the Wealthy Investor program is being able to understand what to do if the market is bullish going up, bearish going down, or if its range bound, so that you can make money no matter what happens. The only way to make money on a regular basis is to be methodical. Even the best traders in the world know that they will only be right 19 out of 20 times, so you have to have a plan. And our Wealthy Investor, Tyrone Jackson, agrees. It’s not about making fast money all the time. We want predictable income. If you want to participate in advanced trades like Patrick Giugliano, you have to start at the beginning. Download Tyrone Jackson’s cheat sheet Millionaire Secrets to start getting familiar with the language of the stock market. Click HERE to download now.

33mins

21 Oct 2015

Rank #17

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Trading Stocks Made Easy #100: Mental and Emotional Tools for Trading

html://www.witradeschool.com  In episode #100 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, shares with you the mental and emotional tools that stock market traders use to earn six figures annually. Follow Tyrone's weekly trades at html://www.witradeschool.com Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success. Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.  html://www.thewealthyinvestor.net

19mins

26 Jul 2019

Rank #18

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TSME # 90: Real Estate vs. Stock Investing

www.witradeschool.com  Investors have many Preferences.  Many choose real estate, others choose the stock market.  In episode 90 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jacksons, The Wealthy Investor, sits down with Daray Olaleye, to discuss the power of being a self-made real estate entrepreneur.  

30mins

17 Jan 2019

Rank #19

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TSME # 93: Trading With 100K or More

www.witradeschool.com  In episode #93 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, gives you five tips that you need to know if you're trading in the stock market with 100K or more. Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success.  Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.

16mins

9 Mar 2019

Rank #20