Winning Pick$ Podcast – Episode #4: M, U, SNAP, FUBO, GLD, PLUG

December 17, 2020

Trading Ideas In This Podcast


  • U & SNAP

  • M

  • PLUG

  • GLD

  • Q&A

  • FUBO

Description

The WINNING PICK$ podcast helps investors uncover the best trading ideas in the market every single day. The conversation starts with analyzing the recent $U and $SNAP partnership and moves on to look at unusual options volume on $M. Then we analyze $PLUG and $GLD, answer one of the most frequently asked questions, finishing off by looking at some UOA and $FUBO.

Podcast Index

Introduction/countdown: 0:00 - 5:47

UOA Options Analysis: $U and $SNAP: 5:47 - 19:27

Can the Holidays save $M (Macy's): 19:27 - 31:01

$PLUG: You won't believe the target stock price: 31:01 - 38:57

$GLD is starting to make a move: 38:57 - 43:30

How can I use Options as a Stock trader: 43:30 - 53:18

$FUBO and the cord-cutting trend: will it work: 53:18 - 1:03:10

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Podcast Index

Introduction/countdown: 0:00 - 5:47

UOA Options Analysis: $U and $SNAP: 5:47 - 19:27

Can the Holidays save $M (Macy's): 19:27 - 31:01

$PLUG: You won't believe the target stock price: 31:01 - 38:57

$GLD is starting to make a move: 38:57 - 43:30

How can I use Options as a Stock trader: 43:30 - 53:18

$FUBO and the cord-cutting trend: will it work: 53:18 - 1:03:10

Trading Ideas In This Podcast

U & SNAP

M

PLUG

GLD

Q&A

FUBO

Description

The WINNING PICK$ podcast helps investors uncover the best trading ideas in the market every single day. The conversation starts with analyzing the recent $U and $SNAP partnership and moves on to look at unusual options volume on $M. Then we analyze $PLUG and $GLD, answer one of the most frequently asked questions, finishing off by looking at some UOA and $FUBO.

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