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    Ep. 1026: Richard Brennan Interview with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio

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    Trend following trader Richard Brennan joins me today to give his unique story and how he came to enter the world of trend following. As Richard notes “The times since the gold rush may have changed but the passion of speculation still persists. This game is all about finding that slight edge in an otherwise efficient market that sets you apart from your competition. To tilt the odds in your favour and allow for long term sustainable investment returns.” I could not have said it better! Bio: Richard is a trader, risk manager and fund compliance professional. Given his leaning towards the quantifiable and verifiable, Richard is a strong advocate for systematic and diversified trading styles that avoid the need for discretionary decision making. He’s based in Australia. In this episode of Trend Following Radio: COVID-19 pandemic in Australia COVID-19 vaccines About Richard Brennan Trend Following Book Dunn Capital Track Record TurtleTrader Trading Story Trend Following Performance Bill Dunn and Martin Bergin Jerry Parker
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    Ep. 1025: Five Quick Trend Chapters with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio

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    Five Quick Trend Chapters with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio.
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    Ep. 1024: Steve Burns Interview with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio

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    Today I talk with Steve Burns about his Top 10 Trading Books Of All Time: - Market Wizards: Interviews With Top Traders by Jack D. Schwager - Trend Following: How to Make a Fortune in Bull, Bear, and Black Swan Markets by Michael Covel - Trade Like a Casino: Find Your Edge, Manage Risk, and Win Like the House by Richard L. Weissman - The New Trading for a Living: Psychology, Discipline, Trading Tools and Systems, Risk Control, Trade Management by Alexander Elder - Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom by Van K. Tharp - How to Make Money in Stocks: A Winning System in Good Times and Bad by William O’Neil - Trading in the Zone: Master the Market with Confidence, Discipline and a Winning Attitude by Mark Douglas - Reminiscences of a Stock Operator by Edwin Lefèvre - The Complete TurtleTrader: How 23 Novice Investors Became Overnight Millionaires by Michael Covel - How I Made $2,000,000 in the Stock Market by Nicolas Darvas Bio: Steve Burns is the author of seventeen books about the stock market. He is one of Amazon’s top reviewers for books about trading and investing having read and reviewed several hundred books. He has been interviewed for the Wall Street Journal blog, Trader’s Magazine, Chat with Traders, and Michael Covel. He has also been a contributor to Trader’s Planet, Trader’s Magazine and SeeitMarket.com. He lives in Nashville, TN with his wife and business partner, Holly, a Boston Terrier, Chihuahua, and a cat. In this episode of Trend Following Radio: Top 10 Trading Books Of All Time Cryptocurrency Reading Market Wizards TurtleTrader William O’Neil and His Work Trading Psychology Reactive and Predictive Technical Analysis
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    Ep. 1022: Nicola Clayton Interview with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio

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    Nicola Clayton is an experimental psychologist whose studies of members of the crow family have shattered assumptions about the cognitive abilities of non-human animals. Through a series of imaginatively designed experiments, she has shown that rooks, jackdaws and jays can plan for the future and reflect on the past, as well as understand that members of their social groups have minds of their own. In pursuing her interest in the development and evolution of non-verbal cognition, Nicola also works with young children and non-human apes. Her findings have led her to suggest that intelligence in birds and human and non-human primates evolved independently. A dancer herself, Nicola explores dance as a form of non-verbal communication. She was the first Scientist in Residence at the dance company Rambert, a title she has continuously held since 2011. She also collaborates with artist and writer Clive Wilkins on The Captured Thought. Nicky and Clive regularly dance together, have given a TEDx talk entitled ‘Conversations Without Words.’ Through the magic of six degrees of separation Nicky and I connected. How exactly? Henry Gee came on my show and said I should speak with Nicky. He was right! Bio: Nicola Clayton is Professor of Comparative Cognition in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge, a Fellow of Clare College and a Fellow of the Royal Society. Her expertise lies in the contemporary study of comparative cognition, integrating a knowledge of both biology and psychology to introduce new ways of thinking about the evolution and development of intelligence in non-verbal animals and pre-verbal children. She is currently President of the British Science Association Psychology Section. In this episode of Trend Following Radio: The Intelligence of Crows Mental time travel Consciousness, identity, memory and creativity Chimpanzees and Humans Dance
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    Ep. 1021: The Folly of Fundamentals with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio

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    The Folly of Fundamentals with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio.
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    Ep. 1020: Henry Gee Interview with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio

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    In the beginning, Earth was an inhospitably alien place―in constant chemical flux, covered with churning seas, crafting its landscape through incessant volcanic eruptions. Amid all this tumult and disaster, life began. The earliest living things were no more than membranes stretched across microscopic gaps in rocks, where boiling hot jets of mineral-rich water gushed out from cracks in the ocean floor. Although these membranes were leaky, the environment within them became different from the raging maelstrom beyond. These havens of order slowly refined the generation of energy, using it to form membrane-bound bubbles that were mostly-faithful copies of their parents―a foamy lather of soap-bubble cells standing as tiny clenched fists, defiant against the lifeless world. Life on this planet has continued in much the same way for millennia, adapting to literally every conceivable setback that living organisms could encounter and thriving, from these humblest beginnings to the thrilling and unlikely story of ourselves. In A (Very) Short History of Life on Earth, my guest today Henry Gee zips through the last 4.6 billion years with infectious enthusiasm and intellectual rigor. Drawing on the very latest scientific understanding and writing in a clear, accessible style, he tells an enlightening tale of survival and persistence that illuminates the delicate balance within which life has always existed. Bio: HENRY GEE is a senior editor at Nature and the author of several books, including Jacob’s Ladder, In Search of Deep Time, The Science of Middle-earth, and The Accidental Species. He has appeared on BBC television and radio and NPR’s All Things Considered, and has written for The Guardian, The Times, and BBC Science Focus. He lives in Cromer, Norfolk, England, with his family and numerous pets. In this episode of Trend Following Radio: What is Climate Change? Population and Climate Change How Much Time Does Humanity Have T-Rex Mammal Fossils Homo Floresiensis Dinosaur Extinction Artificial Intelligence
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    Ep. 1019: Extra Turtles with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio

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    Extra Turtles with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio.
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    Ep. 1018: Alec Ross Interview with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio

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    In the face of unprecedented global change, Alec Ross proposes a new social contract to restore the balance of power between government, citizens, and business. For 150 years, there has been a contract. Companies hold the power to shape our daily lives. The state holds the power to make them fall in line. And the people hold the power to choose their leaders. But now, this balance has shaken loose. As the market consolidates, the lines between big business and the halls of Congress have become razor-thin. Private companies have become as powerful as countries. Through interviews with the world’s most influential thinkers and stories of corporate activism and malfeasance, government failure and renewal, and innovative economic and political models, Ross proposes a new social contract―one that resets the equilibrium between corporations, the governing, and the governed. Bio: Alec Ross is one of the world’s leading experts on innovation. Author of New York Times bestselling The Industries of the Future, he is currently a distinguished visiting professor at the University of Bologna Business School and a board partner at Amplo, a global venture capital firm. He began his career as a 6th-grade teacher in Baltimore. In this episode of Trend Following Radio: The Wire Crime in Baltimore Gun Violence Big Tech Companies Facebook Algorithm War in Afghanistan Face Masks COVID-19 Vaccines

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