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"Chris Welcome welcome to another episode of. Ask The guys here. We have a title. So here we are. This is what I would we do. Five or six other episodes like this before it's been a while and well we've done. One and people have been asking so you are again Chris is. Chris Irvine. On that nailed it the Kitale tallest. Trying to new break out a little bit more and changes named you just name. We talk about so. Talk about what you're stuck. We'll talk about it off off off Mike. Be Out. We're GONNA. Talk about stuff. Hopefully, not everything Joseph's. Chris's our resident expert here. BIA curiosity so cuny time. This one is about supplements if we got a lot of questions about. Settlements how to use them when to use themselves. Fire him off to see. We have all right so first question we have is from Heather N. and the question is should I supplement with Melatonin? If I'm having trouble sleeping so I would say no, and we can this. This is in my newsletter couple of weeks ago I. Don't know if you read that, but tour down a little bit. MELATONIN has its place. It is a precursor to a letter to the. Is Naturally secreted by your brain anything that's naturally secreted by your brain. I'm not a huge fan of. Taking Sasha Sisley. This is actually if you look at it, it's the only hormone that you can get without a prescription. Technically. Hormone your body. It's the only way you can get without a prescription interesting, yeah! I mean I. think my thoughts with Milton I think the answers that depends because I think it depends on. If you are living a lifestyle that allows you to produce it naturally so I think if you're a night shift worker, or you're somebody who is able to. You know if you're not, it's not the first step you should take if you're having trouble sleeping so I if you if you're not checking the boxes. With you're trying to improve your sleep quality then you shouldn't be turning Melatonin, but if you are work your work, circumstances are living circumstances. Have you in a position where you aren't going to be able to produce a lot of Melatonin? Naturally then I think you prior getting good sleep is going to be important, and if Melatonin can help that I think it can be a good song. Yeah, so the question is what is melting do and how is it? Producing one is produced by the body naturally. Melatonin essentially just tell you about it activates cascade of different Newark. Chemicals screwed that basically tell you buy. It's time to go to sleep. At screened by Pinal Gland I believe. And it is. Associate with a lot of things, light is major one. So what happens is most people don't. Fall Asleep with the sunset right and so the sun normally go down in all human history, and for every other analysts happens. By starts up regulating melatonin. melatonin sort of master switched. Those tells the rest of your body's going down and shutting down for arrest. When this doesn't happen. Can Be hard to go to sleep, and only that cannot stop you from getting into different stages of sleep as fast as you normally would, so you may be unconscious, but that doesn't mean you're getting the restorative sleep that you normally would so. Why is this problem? While people are after the sun goes down, they're exposed to blue light on their screens fluorescent lights in their house. The suppresses Melatonin production. So if that's the case, you have no other option. Maybe it's a good idea to take it I would take it regularly, but it at the same exact time. You shouldn't be producing it all over the place, so it shouldn't be off the map like. If you're taking Melatonin and you taking it one eight PM. One at ten PM. One and seven PM. In place you basically telling your brand that you're traveling in time zones back and forth and back and forth so I would focus far more on this is a last resort, and for special circumstances moving which we can get into, but the number one thing that I do when I go somewhere as If I have blue light, blocking glasses I blue blocks. and. There's a bunch out there. That's the ones I prefer. If I can't control the lights on my house. I've liked that dim when the sun sets and turn red and orange, after the sun has set, so those are wavelengths that do not. Suppress, Melatonin and this why the lends them blue light blocking glasses, the sandy fill blue light. You think about it like if you're outside at a campfire. The Ladies Very. Orangish, Yellowish Reddish Hue, there's very little to no blue light in there, so that's all from the sun so. Removing that from your day to day, life in is consistently as possible so that way you're not getting these weird signals of your body that you're switching time zones against another completely natural thing for humans to go through. That would be a huge thing, but I think there's a Lotta other things why people aren't getting good sleep, and so assuming that it's because of your lack of Melatonin production is i. think a little silly I think that you could look at. Obviously light is a huge one temperature of your room and then. The ability for light the in your house from. Blue. Blue. I'm trying to your. Shades. blockers no time. Look. light-blocking shades trying to say here. Oh blackout curtains blackout. So those are a good thing, and then we have lights actually if you're in a city where there's a lot of additional light, yeah, we have then lights that turn on the sunlight. One Sunrise should be happening. So this is another. Thing that happens. Has People Get Blackout Curtains? And then they don't wake up to the sun, which is again? In the wrong direction, so we actually have lights that turn on. As the sun rises locally, so you can just do all this stuff is super easy, Philips. Hue Lights, but we have. Great and Eating Super Close about times and I WANNA. Thank people you way too close to bed. I put at least three hours before you try to shut down and mental stimulation is also too much, so people are worried about this at that looking at the news. They're watching TV. They're just in. There had even hanging out with friends like I've done last couple of nights. You know people talk. Nine nine thirty s usually go to bed then I get home and it looks super stimulated. I can't sold out for a couple of hours. There's a lot of reasons why people wouldn't be able to sleep or feeling Russ restless. Having lack of militant brushes by news worry about? Your thoughts here. Will agree with that I. Think the the two things I would add to. That I agree that like I think it's a last ditch. Thing that you need to try. There's a of other things you can get in check with your environment and with your health habits before you need to turn to that supplementation. Do things I would add for helping is. Sleeping with your phone either out of room, or at least face down or not sleeping with the television on. There's some really interesting research out there that even when your eyelids are closed in your sleeping, flashing lights can cause face shifts in your circadian rhythms that can suppress Melatonin production or ramp up cortisol in the middle of the night. Things like that so. That's can be as simple as having your phone facing up and it lighting up while you're sleeping. That can completely threw off your sleep. So I thought that was really interesting thing when I was reading that studies. That would be a big thing. To consider and then. There's there is some interesting research on Melatonin for neuro degenerative diseases where you know, it seems like as we age, our natural production of Melatonin starts to decrease in. They've done studies where supplementing with it in elderly populations really increases cognitive function. That actually just came out this year I. Think showing that so like you said I think it's either. It's either a last ditch effort, supplement or something used for very specific circumstances.
"chris irvine" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Think it would have been able to run today but I didn't do that slash helped a ton anyway. Let's get the haughty here. I'm at Mark Smelly Bill. On all forms of social media. Strengths never weakness week. This never strength. Catch y'all later. Would APU CASTS HOPE? You guys enjoyed this second installment of our conversation with Chris Irvine Like I said nobody has broken down the Ketogenic Diet quite as like a quite as easily as he did Makes it really awesome for a simple person like myself to really understand Diet We wanted to thank everybody. That's been writing and reviewing the podcast. We sincerely appreciate that. It does so much for the show and if you have gotten any value in whether it be our conversations or any of the conversations with guests If you want to thank us one of the biggest and best ways to thank us is to go to I tunes and drop her a rating and review because it does help a show. It helps You know it puts itunes on notice that people actually you know are paying attention to us. Wanted to shout to Lebeau ninety five. Lisa's great podcast. Great cast and content quote. Found this podcast when a recommendation for the power project with Dr Baker and Dr Solid Dino were on I am now going back through and we'll work on making my way through the entire show history. Thanks for all the hours of content. I can listen to on my two and a half hours of commuting a day. Thank you so much. We really really appreciate that you just you just help the show just by taking whatever that took two three minutes of your day though like sit down and write that review. It really really does help the show. If you're listening right now if you guys want to hear your name and your review read on air head over to itunes drop us a rating drops review and you could hear your name and your review read on. Air Dislike Lebeau ninety five. We'll catch you on the next one piece..
"chris irvine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"A half a million people how to navigate the financial markets so you know that they really know what they're doing over there and I know they really know what they're doing over there because Chris Irvine the senior instructor from the Orlando online trading academy and my co host here on the radio show is a long time personal friend of mine and I know that he knows what he's doing before you get a you know take another deep dive into the serious stuff I forgot to mention it back at the open of the show for the people that do listen to us on a regular basis you finally went to see Avengers I did and I liked it yes and it was a thumbs up I enjoyed it we went to the theater or over at point Orlando and we had to go there because my wife said she had to sit in a recliner okay well that's the landscape when you hesitated I was gonna say the two dollars yeah but no no no one point Orlando is definitely not the two dollar theater no we went and sat in recliners Hey it's a long movie so you have a comfortable it is and you know what I got all the way non I'm gonna sent all I know what you guys apparently there are websites that you can go to to tell you when you go to the bathroom really yeah because it's such a long movie here on previous shows one of the reasons that Chris was not going to see the movie was because it was a long movie yes very long now you're you're caught up with pretty much the rest of the world yeah I got to figure out the next greatest movie to go see three weeks after it off all right so as you know Chris here in the second segment of the O. T. a radio show third segment of the show excuse me second half of the show we have a little segment called what Tony saw the news.
"chris irvine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I'm Tony Marino. And he is Chris Irvine. He's the senior instructor at the Orlando location. Chris in the last break, we were talking about people that need based on some of the statistics. We had a in Tony saw on the news. We were talking about people, which is a large percentage of people that need to generate a second dairy source of income. Right. Well, the need to make more money saved more money on that. But back in the beginning of the show, we talked about people that have a lot of money, people that are already retired seven, eight nine hundred thousand whatever it is, maybe millions of dollars to completely opposite ends of the spectrum. Right, people that are already there, and people that haven't even started to get there. So when I start out a workshop, I always let people know that, you know, based on the fact that somebody's willing to carve out three hours of their day. There's probably good chance at everybody in the room has something in common in that is there's something about. Their financial situation like to tweaker just somehow and that can look like a lot of different things to a lot of different people. You know, some people as you say, are, they'll come to us, and they're trying to start a brand new trading career they wanna start fresh and they want to become a trainer and that's it right. Which is great. And there's other people that just wanna make some secondary income on the side of what they're currently doing so that they can maybe start to put some money away because they're just not making enough at what they do. There's other people that are looking at retirement, and they're thinking, oh, my gosh. I have got a lot of work to do in that area, may, they're like the folks that don't have anything saved right now to start. And then there's also that group of people that they've got plenty of money and they're just trying to figure out how to protect what they currently have maybe learn how to make money as the market goes down. Make take more active role in their investments trying to figure out how they work and maybe maybe not handing over their investments to somebody else that's going to charge them fees to the point where they're not getting a decent return for what they're spending. Ending, you know, if you are one of those people, I mean, that's something you have to think about, right? If you're if you're well into your sixties or your seventies, you know, you're retiring, or you've been retired and you have X number of dollars. I mean at some point in time, it's probably not gonna be this year. Maybe not next year. No one, no one. You know, nobody can say, I'm just throwing out numbers, but at some point in time, the market's going tank, how much of your nest egg, can you afford to give back or stomach to give back? Yeah. And that's a good point. And I actually read something this week that said, I've got a right, here, it actually says there's something wrong with the current rally in the stock market. And that's Cording JP Morgan and I won't go through all the details, but what they're saying is that they're concerned that the different types of stocks that are driving, this rally are not the ones that usually provide a sustained rally. So they think it may be fairly short lived. So if you're one of those persons that is, may. Maybe a little bit concerned about the market that can you afford the time to try to make back money that you lose if there's a major downturn, I would suggest that you come and try to figure out what it takes to protect your portfolio, and like we've said several times today, it's not rocket science. You just have to be exposed to it. And on that note, Chris thing is you need to learn this stuff now. So you're prepared when the downturn hits when the market tanks.
"chris irvine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"So there are people that come to our workshops that are looking to start brand new trading careers. Great. There's other people that are looking to generate some side income that's fantastic as well. The people are looking to, to build their retirement, because they got a late start and they don't feel comfortable with where they're at. And there's other people that they've got plenty of money. Money's not the issue. The issue is, they're concerned about what happens if the market takes dive protect what they've got what to do with money. Yeah. Or maybe the person that is managing their money for them is taken to three. Four percent of their returns. And if the market increases by three or four or five percent, and they're giving away two or three or four percent they're not making very good return. Right. So how do you kind of take advantage of the opportunities and learn how to manage your own money or learn how to ask the right questions? All of those are the things that we do at the academy and you have that patented core strategy that I mentioned in the beginning. Yeah. And the way that we teach people to take advantage of the markets is through our patented core strategy and that strategy basically revolves around a concept that we we refer to as following professional order flow. So there's a lot of folks out there that learn how to trade. I mean, there's information online that you can just look up on how to trade different indicators that are out there and indicators for those of you that don't know are basically just out rhythms or. Formulas that some really smart person has come up with. And then people jam historic pricing information into those formulas, and it generates a bunch of lines on a chart and those lines are supposed to tell you whether or not a stock because moving up or going down, or whatever your trading that is entry points exit points. But when it comes right down to it all of that information. All those lines are based on historic information, so they're lagging indicators, and we approached the markets from a very different perspective, using our core strategy and it's a real eye opener for a lot of folks that have been trading the other way for a long time, and we are just getting started here on the radio show. Chris Irvine is going to tell you a lot more about what they do at the Online Trading Academy and how they can help you become successful in the financial markets. And you may have noticed that we said, financial markets several times already during the course of the show because we're not just talking about the stock market. We're talking about all. All the financial markets. Stocks options futures for X. Chris is going to talk more about all of those markets and how you use leverage to maximize your returns..
"chris irvine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"So there are people that come to our workshops that are looking to start brand new trading careers. Great. There's other people that are looking to generate some side income that's fantastic as well. The people are looking to, to build their retirement, because they got a late start and they don't feel comfortable with where they're at. And there's other people that they've got plenty of money. Money's not the issue. The issue is they're concerned about what happens if the market takes a dive, right? Protect what they've got what to do with money. Yeah. Or maybe the person that is managing their money for them is taken to three. Four percent of their returns. And if the market increases by three or four or five percent, and they're giving away two or three or four percent they're not making very good return. Right. So how do you kind of take advantage of the opportunities and learn how to manage your own money or learn how to ask the right questions? All of those are the things that we do at the academy and you have that patented core strategy that I mentioned in the beginning. Yeah. And the way that we teach people to take advantage of the markets is through our patented core strategy and that strategy basically revolves around a concept that we we refer to as following professional order flow. So there's a lot of folks out there that learn how to trade. I mean, there's information online that you can just look up on how to trade different indicators that are out there an indicators for those of you that don't know are basically just algorithms or. Formulas that some really smart person has come up with. And then people jam historic pricing information into those formulas, and it generates a bunch of lines on a chart and those lines are supposed to tell you whether or not a stock is moving up or going down, or whatever your trading that is entry points exit points. But when it comes right down to it all of that information, all those lines are based on historic information. So they're lagging indicators. And we approach the markets from a very different perspective, using our core strategy and it's a real eye opener for a lot of folks that have been trading the other way for a long time. And we are just getting started here on the OT a radio show. Chris Irvine is going to tell you a lot more about what they do at the Online Trading Academy and how they can help you become successful in the financial markets. And you may have noticed that we said, financial markets several times already during the course of the show because we're not just talking about the stock market. We're talking about all. All the financial markets. Stocks options futures. Forex, Chris is going to talk more about all of those markets and how you use leverage to maximize your returns..
"chris irvine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"With Joe Kelly ends at nine o'clock. So that's like nine hours ago. That's when it ends. And Joe gets your like three thirty in the morning. So I don't know why he is still here right now Joe just had his face pressed up against the studio window here. And I was waving him in because I was going to ask him on the air. Like what the heck are you doing here? And he's like, no, no, no, no. But I think he's just sitting in his office. Now waiting to hear what Chris Irvine has to say about today's massive selloff on the stock market's Chris with the Online Trading Academy co-host of the OT a radio show right here on news ninety six point five WDBO for o'clock on Sundays. Chris welcome back to the program. And I know you are not an economist. So I won't ask you to break down the tariffs on what all that means. But tell us about today's stock market selloff is this just an overreaction or how worried do you think we need to be? Well, I think that there is there is a potential for some more of coming volatility in the market. So it really depends on your time horizon as an investor or trader if you need that money in the near future, then you're probably want to you want to consider some protective measures against your investments. If you're have a more of a long term time horizon, then you might consider this a buying opportunity coming up as stocks, get cheaper and cheaper. There's more opportunities to buy lower prices. But if you're a traitor, this type of volatility is everything that you want because you have the ability to make money in the markets going up, and as the markets go down, which obviously that's the opportunity right now, you know, we've heard from a lot of other experts throughout the course of the day that said, you know, if you are a long term investor like your 4._0._1._K retirement fund, this will likely end up being a blip in the screen. But you said if you're retired right now where you're getting ready to. Retire. This could be a short term issue. Yeah. I think that if you are needing money right now than you need to be thinking about protective measures like, you know, we talked about protective puts we won't get into that. But just understand for your listeners out there that there are ways to protect for almost insure your investments that you currently have right now and most people are familiar with those concepts. So you might just want to explore a little bit to how to protect what you currently have. Now as far as the actual tariffs go this is obviously directly tied to the economy and the stock. I mean, you know, there's a lot of times we see some kind of major news and the stock market has a big reaction. But this news is obviously directly tied into the economy and particular company, so again, like I said, I know you're not an economist. But this could potentially have some longer term effects, or at least on certain companies which would affect their stock. Sure. And there's you know, there's a couple of things going on here that have investors spooked. I mean, you've got the China issue. Obviously, you've got the potential rainy in conflict and you've got North Korea being a wild card out there. And if you're a technical trader, which I don't want to delve into, but there is a pattern that is just showed up a lot of technical traders on the Dow would say, we have some room to move to the downside. So I do think it is important if you need that money soon you need to do something about protecting. What you currently have. All right. Chris Irvine with the Online Trading Academy if you do want to learn about navigating the financial markets and things like that. You can check out the OT radio show, Sundays at four o'clock here on news ninety six point five WDBO, Christopher thank you again. The Dow down two and a half the s&p five hundred down about two and a half the NASDAQ off about three and a half. Today. We do have a.
"chris irvine" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I've seen them cry before oh shit that can take that pretty bad. I'd be I I saw the storm berries while Thornberry's, and those said elephants, but yes, they rocked back and forth there just like stir crazy. And so when I saw this and the moms through the same thing, then doing the same thing. I'm like, oh, my God Dumbo the rest. But does mouse comes about a nowhere is like, hey, oh my God. Be self. They sound like you. Hey, what's up block of kill you problems right now? Come on me. God Chris Irvine is Chris j mouse, whatever the swat. My grandfather, actually voice action. Things you know. Today. Cherry on the big fella, isn't miss da. And so he's like, oh my God. Excommunicating him to make it feel like crap make it feel like a bad guy. So she he goes in there. What if nobody's going to be this little babies friend? I'm gonna go and act fool and just. The hell out of him. And that he does. And so he befriends Dumbo. And he's like, hey Dumbo. I don't mind you big ass come on me, and my friend. We're going to be good friends. They're going to be sensation aid allowed people dogs. Have a lot of famous is, you know, you can come to be my friend. We're going to be a good time. And that's how he befriends. The mouse Timothy Timothy mouse, his accuser, J, whatever I forget the acronym. But but they say, he's socially outcast where these social Baker or something like that socially socially bankrupt. They something like that nothing kid shit. That's fine. Your social status. I don't know about. But it's nothing looks puzzling. Whatever strength or something. But anyway, he shunned his no clout is the elephants of banished him. Bitter bitter, Barron bitches. Barron poetic. And so they're just like, no, we don't even know he existed they shut him through. And so the mouse is like, okay. That'd be a friend. We've got big is hang out. And so they go and they go. Well, how do we make Dumbo how do we integrate him into the sickest act, and the main director was the guy the main the ringleader ringleader ringmaster, excuse me, ringleader ringmaster, he's in he's in the ten. He's like a brilliant idea. We stick all the pachyderms up. Then we have a climax finale. I don't know what it is yet. And he's just goes the beds like maybe I'll come up with a dream. And then Timothy mouse is just like, well, let me let me go ahead. Inception is. Let me go ahead and just like plant dream in his head which also establishes as we mentioned earlier. Not only is he speaking English. But he is actually speaking words because the actual do the ringleader is able to hear him speaking English. So all of the things he says in the dream to get dumb to be the star of the show big big movie stomach produces style of the big top star. It's all in English. And it's all spoken by a mouse that apparently I thought was just a real mess. But no, he's an actual English. Speaking mutant of a free. For to the voice of your subconscious mind, suddenly from the sidelines, come climax side. Governor twist the arena. Springboard platform at the very. Waves for a glorious finish. The wiles mighty veget- faster. Got it. And that's it. That's how he gets the master plan moving actually really funny 'cause you continue doing this for like different places to right? It's good. He's my favorite care Can Tho. Oh is he really? Yeah. Timothy. Personality, and he sounds he's not he's not, you know, those sounds like us. With him. How did maybe happy? But yes, so so Dumbo being the new star of the show is on top of the pyramid. It's gonna run up and jump on top of the pyramid pachyderms, and he's going to wave. The flag is going to be the cutest thing. And all hell breaks loose when they try to do that. Because his big old floppy ears getting the way, he stumbles and fumbles and knocks into the whole pile of elephants. And they go flying somehow somehow they didn't kill everybody in that on a Tory. Five people died twenty..
"chris irvine" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"I had a machete. I'm holding this this this device, and I put the machete into the ground, and that thing just started going to read and all the ghost guys that I was with the ghost hunter guys they were flipping out another. I know when people are putting on a show because it's what I do for a living. These guys were not they were legit. We have never seen this much activity. These things going to read and what I would point it over here. There's nothing when I pointed over there. There's nothing wanna point at like here. It goes to read if someone else holds it. Nothing happens only when I'm holding it goes to read and they're like, oh my God. There's something attached to you. And I'll tell you what I felt two things. One of this feral instinct to get the hell out of here. Like, this is not cool. Like, you know, like you get that feeling. This is not this is not good. And then also I felt like my insides like I just been on a roller coaster where you feel kind of Shukan up inside. So something was going down. And it was not cool. Then I pulled the machete out of the ground to walk somewhere else, and it stopped and I'm wondering maybe because I put the machete in the ground in their burial grounds. Maybe that insulted them or and they were really angry about this. So say what you want to say that there was some weird stuff happening in that swamp that I believe there was other worldly spirits out there being missing around eight question led to request. You have. It's pretty scary, man. It was pretty scary. Thank you. All right. Next up. What is your name? And where are you from? Hey, I'm Craig from Calgary Alberta cavalry. Yes. Chris your work ethic and ability to do so much in such a tight amount of time as amazing as someone who's juggling a small catering company. But also a chef of a huge operation as my real job. What is the key to your success and time management, first of all, congratulations business? I. I wanted to do two things when I was a kid I wanted to be in a rock and roll band, and I wanted to be arrested, and so many people when I told them what I wanted to do had so many opinions about why I couldn't do it. And I was like why do people care so much about what I wanna do gives a shit. What I want to do what I wanna do. I don't care what anyone thinks a very early on. I'm talking as an eighteen year old kid seventeen year old kid. I just said I don't care, I'm eliminating the negativity. And I'm going to set my sights and do it, right. And there's this great quote that Paul Stanley gave in decline of the western civilization where he said, the only people that tell you can't do something or the ones that have failed. I'm not gonna tell you can't do something because I did it you can do it. And when he said that I felt he was talking to me. You can do it Chris Chris Irvine living in Winnipeg Canada. So I always just put like this, man. I can do it. I'm not gonna listen to people that tell me that I can't. So once I got to those levels in wrestling in rock and roll. Now, I'm dangerous 'cause I'm not afraid to try anything. How about I bought my own crews? Why not? I got a tag on. I love ball Stanley quotes, and my second favorite pulse. The only quote is rock against drugs commercial where he's in a bed with not one but ten beautiful women. And he said if you're a girl, and you have an opportunity to be with me. Why would you wanna have drugs or alcohol? Take away such bombast thick moment. No one. The hell is going on your pants pastic changes..
"chris irvine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Chris Irvine the senior instructor at the OT a in Orlando. Christopher welcome back. Great to see you again. Hello, sir. Hey, you know, what I got a question for you right out of the gate right out of the game. Okay. Did you talk? Did you hear? Lot of smack from from patriots fans after the Super Bowl. All I just tuned. It all out. Remember, you're talking. You're talking a little trash to him. And I just have to words go Rams. I think that's where we were at last night. I think that's where we left off. I was going to say last on last week's show we talked a bit about it being Super Bowl weekend. And we left off with go Rams. But the thing is other than the patriot fans as we discussed last weekend unless you are specifically a patriot fan the other ninety eight percent of the country wanted to Rams to win nine. Is that right? Is that a statistical anomaly is that correct? That's my guestimation your guestimation. Do you think ten person? Let's okay. So ten percent of the country. Maybe as patriot fans. The other ninety percent of America wanted the Rams to win. I don't know. I don't know if you could go that far. And I and I think it's proven now that people are sick and tired of seeing the patriots in the Super Bowl because this was the lowest rated Super Bowl in like ten years. Maybe maybe I shouldn't have started off with that question because I think probably half the people that were listening to us just turned off the radio's no no offense to the patriot fan. No, no. It was it was not a barn burner as they say right now, I play defense, you know, in my day, not professionally, unfortunately, right? I mean, I play defense. I love defense. I'm a, you know defensive guy, but you have to have some scoring to go. I mean, you know, I think this was actually the highest scoring season. The NFL has ever had. They put more points on the board across the board than any other time in the history of the NFL so cabinet off for the lowest scoring Super Bowl ever. Exactly. Exactly. So you know, what else the people that are not tuning at the patriot fans that are not tuning out right now. You know, what they're saying? I thought this was some kind of trading show or market show. I don't know this was a sports show. Well, that's true. That's true though. So congratulations to the New England Patriots. I did say though, Tom Brady is the greatest you can't deny. It's so great to the patriots and the patriot nation and now, unfortunately, we have no football. No NFL football for six months. We do have this new alliance of American football. And. Lando Apollo is. Yeah. Yeah. Awesome. Hey, you know, what I saw the other day. Oh, you know, what let me back that up. I got two pieces of news for you. I I have some good news, occasionally, I have some good news, which news would you like to hear? I all. Wow. Good news and good news. Let me hear the good news. Yeah. That's a good choice. All right. I I was listening to hopefully, I'm saying this, right? Alexandria cossio. Cortes had I do the the New York Senator. Yeah. The New York Senator. Yes. And she's talking about the green new deal. You familiar with this? I am a little familiar with it. I mean, I'm I'm I know the term I know the term in some of what it consists of well, this was a an article on CNBC. And it said the green new deal offers economic security for those unwilling to work what? Yeah. Unwilling to work. So specifically, it doesn't say anything about unwilling in the example of the green new deal. Right. But when you go through the what they call the outline of the green new deal, the overview it, actually talks about providing an income for people that are quote unwilling to work, unquote. So not single payer. Parents not disabled people. Slackers not unemployed. Well, that's what it is the people that don't want. If you're willing to work. You're basically a slacker. Yes. So so my question is should we bring on the green new deal? Or are we hoping that this thing never happened? Well, this is the same deal that is gonna give everybody free college and take all the money away from the rich people because nobody should be rich. Right. Seventy percent. So if you make several hundred thousand dollars a year, you definitely don't want to live in New York, although you need to make at least several hundred thousand dollars a year, if you live in New York, well, if this goes through you wanna live anywhere. Always this everywhere this notch. This is everywhere. I knew deal is everywhere. So okay. So I'm not gonna try and be rich anymore. I'm I'm just going to be one of the unwilling to work and seven eight nine years when this comes to fruition. What will I get three hundred bucks a month? Four hundred bucks a month, a couch and a TV. And and that's about it. Right. But you know, what? Here's the other piece of good news. The downside of this green new deal thing is not going to be here for like ten years. Right. If it happens. This is all hypothetical while it's not going to happen. It's not gonna happen. But, but if you had to figure if you're banking on that situation where they just provide you an income for doing nothing, you're gonna have to figure out something to you know, in between the next ten years. If you're going to Bank on that. What are you going to do? In the meantime, so here's the other piece of good news trade it. Well, yeah. Yeah. But the reason I say that this is good news is because there was another story. I saw that said this was the best earning season for option traders, according to Goldman Sachs, really I left out the word ever the best earning season ever for option traders, according to Goldman Sachs will and that is really say when you know, when you say ever, I mean, that's really saying something, and we know because we've been doing this awhile you've obviously longer than I have. But covering financial, news and information. I mean there have been some really good earnings seasons. And major earnings moves over the years to say this was the best season ever for options. Traders is really saying something, and you talked a bit about options trading on the show last week. In fact, if you are new to the show, Chris. Asset class of choice is options. Right. That's where I started. That's kind of my happy place. I've traded all of them. But I always kind of have a tendency to float back to options that is exactly. Right. And so when they talk about the best earning season ever, maybe we should clarify what earning season is for some people. Yes. You know, some of our listeners are familiar with that terminology, but every publicly traded company that's out there has to declare to their investors three to four times a year quarterly how they did as a company, and when those earnings reports come out, they come out in chunks, multiple companies come out on the same day. And it kind of looks like a bell curve if you were to take into account, you know at the beginning of earning season. There's just a couple of companies in the middle of earning season. There's hundreds of companies starts out slow with some of the big blue chip companies. And then it ramps up to ride early dozens or hundreds of day. Right. And and we actually went through the dates research just prior to earning season when some of the big technology company. These were coming out because we said this is a good time to be trading and that type of situation that environment. If a company comes out and has good news company will go through the roof, right because people want to buy the thing up. And if it comes out bad news, the wanna dump it and price can be really volatile to the downside. So when Goldman says this was the best earning season ever for options traders, it was because all of these companies outperformed and they all had a tendency to go up. Not all of them. But that's what they said. So you could buy call options and really be able to make a whole bunch of money because call options are part of the world of options. And when we talk about trading options or futures are four acts were really talking about trading leveraged asset classes, right? So that just means you're taking a little bit of money and generating above average returns. So Goldman saying this was a great time to invest a little bit and make a bunch pretty cool. Last week when you were talking about options and earnings, and you've mentioned this before, but you specifically mentioned it last week as well that if you know how to trade options during earnings and again for people that are not familiar with earnings season. If they heard anything about it. They probably heard from the mainstream media about how volatile thing it's going to be a crazy volatile week with all these options. Oh, nobody knows where the market is going to go. And if you are new volatility equals opportunity volatility is not a bad thing. It's a good thing. And Chris will tell you more about that throughout the course of the show. But what I was going to say is you often talk about a strategy where you set up an option trade on a stock. That's having earnings because you know, the stock's gonna move a lot right? You just don't know if it's going to go up or down, you know, eight ten twelve fifteen percent. But with with. This particular options strategies, it doesn't matter if it goes up or down. That's right. And then I always jump in and go it doesn't matter if it goes up or down. Holy cow is awesome. Yeah. It's called a straddle. And a straddle just like you said as long as that stock moves hard wonder extra the other you'll make money you don't care which direction it just has to move. Right. And then for people like me that are sort of, you know, part time stock market participants. How many times have you ever tried to anticipate an earnings report is say, I I know the earnings are going to be huge. It's gonna go up, and you know, you buy the stock before the earnings, and and it goes down or you think the earnings are going to be terrible. And you short the stock, and then it goes way up. But if you had a strategy where it didn't matter if it went up or down, and you're still gonna make money. How much is that worth? Yeah. It's huge. Now, you don't want to just go out willy daily input on the strategy, which stocks to put it on. But you know, for people out there that are trying to figure out how do I make a little extra income on the side? Or how do I maybe start a whole new career because I'm tired of working for somebody just keep in mind that the opportunities when you're trading these leveraged asset classes are enormous. I can't make any guarantees for anybody about how trading the financial markets will work out for them. But let me just tell you when you are trading, options, futures, and forex. You're no longer. Looking for returns of one percent? Two percent. Three percent. You're looking for returns of twenty five fifty seventy five one hundred percent again..
"chris irvine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"I'm Tony Marino along with Chris Irvine. Chris is the senior instructor at the OT a in Orlando and Chris before the break, you touched a little bit on the different asset class. Passes that you teach at the academy. Let's really talk about the leverage that goes along with that. Because that's when that's what really turns on the lights for folks. Yeah. What we do at the academy. We we concentrate on two things. First of all, we actually get into what we call our core strategy, and that's helping people to understand where the turns in the market are sometimes we say, we aren't at the turn. But when we're learning those strategies to be ended core strategy the to court, and yes, it is a strategy that is patented that's worth repeating. But when we teach people how do we evaluate the charts? What are we going to do with that information? Well, we're going to actually apply that information to our leveraged asset classes at that are referred to before. Now, those leveraged asset classes are options, futures and forex now. When I'm talking about leverage. This is what I mean, we're gonna use a little bit of money to generate above average returns. Now when you think about leverage, you can think about it from this perspective. It's a lot. Like the housing market, right? You're all familiar with a mortgage. And if you have a mortgage mortgage is, you know, you're gonna put down a little bit of money, you're gonna sign some papers at the Bank. And then when you do that you're going to are you going to own that house? Tony you take control of the house. That's right. You're going to be in control of the house. Now, let's say hypothetically, it's a five hundred thousand dollar house that you're buying and you had to put down ten percent. If you put down ten percent on that house. That's fifty thousand dollars right now, you move into that house because you control that house and say, I don't know three four weeks into living in that home. You realize that that house has now worth one hundred thousand dollars more than what you bought it for. Well, here's the thing. If you only put down ten percent to control that five hundred thousand dollar house, and you sell that house, and you make a hundred thousand dollar profit on it. You're actually gonna make a two hundred percent return on that investment. Right. You get to keep the hundred thousand dollars. Yeah. That's some pretty huge leverage right there because you're only putting down ten percent. Well, if you spent five hundred thousand dollars and bought the house outright that same hundred thousand would only yield you twenty percent return a twenty percent return in the markets. And you know, who would you rather have a two hundred percent return or twenty percent return twenty percent? Typically sounds pretty good. But two hundred percent, obviously. Yeah. And this is the way things work when we're talking about leverage at the academy when we're talking about options, futures and forex when we think about options were actually looking at an asset class that has a ten to one leverage factor. So if Apple's training for what is it one sixty now one sixty five something like that? If it's at one sixty five then you could actually get involved with apple for sixteen dollars and fifty cents a share as opposed to one hundred and sixty five dollars a share. Right. And that's when people start to realize. Wow. I could I could really get into this. I don't need a gazillion dollars to buy apple stock or Netflix stock or you know, whatever stock at a hundred and fifty two hundred three hundred dollars a share. I could trade the options. Yeah. In that leverage factor goes up with the other two asset classes with futures. It's twenty to one and with four exits fifty to one fifty to one leverage. So as we head to the break, if you'd like to learn more about trading, all the different asset classes, learn more about the leverage the opportunities that are available to you develop a secondary source of income and possibly a new career pick up the phone now..
"chris irvine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Just ahead forty nine downtown town. We have forty-seven in Sanford. I'm. Tony marino. Thousands of migrants remain camped out in Tijuana, Mexico near the US border fed say border patrol agents will continue to use tear gas against the Central American migrants. If necessary C P B says the easiest way to avoid any controversy is to comply with the law and go to the port of entry US stock markets closing sharply higher today. Chris Irvine with the Online Trading Academy explains the rally German Powell decided today that interest rates were at a normal or new tool levels and the big concern. Lately has been that he was going to continue to raise interest rates the market saw this as an opportunity for him to say, we're not gonna raise so much anymore and the market took off based on that information. The Dow industrials gaining six hundred eighteen points two and a half percent on the day. The NASDAQ up three percent on the session. Disney shares among some of the locals up more than two bucks. Democrats nominated Nancy Pelosi this afternoon, it'd be the next house speaker. And the current speaker Paul Ryan says the Republican led house is ready to approve billions of dollars for a border wall. The house has the president's five billion the wall in the house. Obviously, you know, the house is there. We've never been the issue. Here are Bill contains the president's full requests for the border of the government could run out of money on December. Seventh of a spending Bill isn't approved families of people who vanished on the Belizean airlines flight to Beijing in two thousand fourteen say they have found new evidence. And we'll be presenting it to the government of.
"chris irvine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Alrighty, welcome back. We're only halfway through the OT a aradio show or another week of the OT a radio show. I should say good afternoon. Hope you have a fantastic weekend. I'm Tony Marino. That is Chris Irvine the senior instructor at the Online Trading Academy here in Orlando, which is actually in Lake Mary, if you are just tuning in, let me take care of some quick housekeeping. Once again, there are forty eight Ota locations across the country and internationally as well over the past twenty one years OTA has taught nearly a half a million people had to navigate the financial markets. If you were listening before the news, we're talking about all the financial markets, not just the stock market, stocks, options, forex futures. That's what they teach at OTA. Chris you are personally responsible for teaching pretty good percentage of those half a million people, you know. That's nationally and internationally. People at this point. You've taught several thousand people I would say that. That's probably true. Yeah. By the way, you know, what I should probably bring up here. And that is the fact that we always talked about OTA's in Lake Mary, which is a north side of Orlando for those of you that are fairly new around here. But. I've actually been doing some of our workshops in more southerly parts of Orlando as well. Like, I drive area by the attraction really been over in Melbourne, and we just kind of moving around making it easier for people that don't necessarily want to fight I four going up. So just keep in mind that it's not always teaching classes in Lake Mary that is the OTA that I'm associated with. But we do things all over town because Orlando is such a spread out area. Like you and I used to live in Dallas and. It could take you forty five minutes to an hour to get from one part of Dallas to another part of Dallas. Right. Just like Orlando when people say they live in Orlando. Yeah. They might live in Lake Mary, they might live in lake Nona. They might live in celebration or they might live in Sanford and Clermont, right, right? My cousin lives in Claremont. And I always like to tell them that's not really anywhere near Orlando. But but but yes, so someone may call eight eight eight six one eight nine two four nine from Kissimmee, right or lake Nona, right? And find out that the OT the OTA offices in Lake Mary. And then they're like, oh, wow. That's that's kinda far. And then you go. Well, we got a class in Kissimmee or we've actually done classes in lake Nona as well. So there you go so opportunities abound to come to one of the workshops, and I highly encourage you to do so keep that in mind and again, the number eight eight eight six hundred eighty nine two four nine eight eight eight six eight nine two four nine you don't know until you call. And if you call right now, you can get in to the workshop for free a three hundred dollar value for F R E. All right. So we are a couple of minutes into the second portion of the program here. Christopher, and you know, what that means. Right. Oh, my. Favorite part of the entire show, your favorite part and everybody else's favourite part. It's what Tony saw the news this week..
"chris irvine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And I'm Darrell Moody Michael now chop. Storm, but it came across the shore as a category four hurricane blasting part of the panhandle. Mobilized hundreds of volunteers around the country in the states affected, and they're ready to roll up their sleeves and help those affected in these communities. Stephanie Renton with the Red Cross in Tallahassee Michael is now tropical storm, but it came ashore as a cat four hurricane blasting through the panhandle. We've mobilized hundreds of volunteers around the country in the states affected, and they're ready to roll up their sleeves and help those affected in these communities. The Dow Jones industrial average lost over eight hundred points yesterday. Experts say it's due to inflation. Sometimes what happens is we end up where good news is actually bad news. And that's kind of where we are in the markets. The markets are taken off employment numbers are up. And that means that inflation could be an issue when we see things like this people start to move money out of stocks into bonds. And that's what's going on. Basically people are just transferring their money that's Chris Irvine from the Online Trading Academy radio show. Heard Sundays at four here on news ninety six point five WDBO now just checking Wall Street right now, Dow futures are all down a landmark merger between CVS and Aetna. Inching closer to the finish line. CVS has gained the federal government's approval to buy it. The sixty nine billion dollars is the largest health insurance deal in history. And we'll send shockwaves throughout the healthcare industry. CVS is now in a better position to compete with other integrated healthcare providers such as UnitedHealthcare and Optum. The company believes the merger could make it.
"chris irvine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Lake Mary location you'll be in the class with Chris Irvine, or if you're on the west coast you can go to. The Saint Petersburg o. t. a. So Chris in the last segment we were talking a little bit about how we can't wait for our. Kids who are now young adults while one of my kids is a young adults Well when kids start coming around and realizing that their parents were actually write about some things And acknowledging like hey dad you told me, this? So. I wanted to mention that. You, have a, son that just started college last? Week, right, yes as as you as well yeah you know and how and how's that going well My son was late for his first. Class? On his first, day, by the way okay all right. The very last thing I said before we hung, up, the, phone the night before. I was like because you know the whole summaries been sleeping eleven o'clock in the morning, right? And. I'm like Daniel do not. Be, late for, class next day calls me dad? Almost Well I. Sent. My son. Off I did the traditional welcome to the door and you know Pat him on the back and, say have a great day I hope this is a fantastic day first, day? Of college and, about, I don't know eight nine minutes. Later I got a phone call And he said flat tire, he said dad and. There was a pause and I said Peyton okay and he said I, just got an accident, on my way. To school oh my gosh The. First day on his way to the first day. Of classes he totals, this? Car. But, he's, okay those okay wow he's all right but that was a tough way to start right dead that is, that's a really, tough way. To start, so, he missed class obviously yeah well yeah he missed. The. Entire day as, well did the kid that was in front of him. And you know That is not good. You know that kind, of thing August is. Not. My. Unusual expense month. Jevon unusual expanding your unusual expense month yeah August is. Not I mean unless you take a vacation it's. A pretty like it's, pretty? Basic. Month, right, and you usually get three while for those of us that get paychecks it's usually a three pay period Thirty one days right I guess like most people. You know December January February starting the new. Year paying taxes paying, all these things you know my. Expensive months I. Have a. Month typically that I, get all these just? Out of the blue expenses you. Know something breaks down in the house or you got a car repair or something like that that you're not used to my month. Is February I don't know why that is really that that's? My, birthday month which is. Kind of, a drag so it's. Happy sad news I'm okay with it. But you, know what I saw something. The, other day that. Was really, interesting and it actually has, the months where people typically take out loans. To? Meet obligations for one reason or another what months have a higher percentage. Of loans above the average yeah Year? In year out you know, what month, has the, highest, percentage or above average, percentage of, loans that are taken. Out I, would guess December. January February people have to pay taxes or income taxes or second semester of college number. Two yeah so and it's based on taxes okay but the the highest one by along margin a wide margin is September the most loans are taken. Out in September yeah highest percentage of number. Of loans taken out, above the average that's the big. Month where people. Need to. Take out loans and, you know what the? Reason is no they say that. The reason is emergencies I mean there are some other issues here that are obvious you know auto business like March is a big. Auto repair month where people have to take loans may as? Business February like I said his? Taxes, but September far and away is the. Biggest month, where we've got loans to take out and you, know what, that just tells me it tells me people need more money so they don't have to take out loans Well that's That's what I was actually thinking while you were saying that because we need, to take we need to take another break. Right here but I was gonna say if you don't want to have to take out a loan for whatever the reason.
"chris irvine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"So hang onto that number. Again Chris Irvine is the senior instructor at the OT OTA in Lake. Mary I'm Tony Marino this is news ninety. Six point five thank you for tuning in and, being with us if you're. If you've been listening for the last few weeks hopefully you're learning a lot and getting. A lot out of. The show hopefully you've already got into, the workshop or you're getting ready to. Make the phone, call this week and. Get into the Workshop, because this, week Chris certainly if people have been. Listening to the show, and they have been paying attention, this week people really got to see what we're talking about 'cause man was this a. Volatile week and volatility means what opportunity that's what we've been talking about was tons of it yeah, I, mean, this, this week I said last. Week that this is kind. Of. The Super Bowl for earnings and again if you're not familiar with, earnings. Announcements you should. Understand what earning season is all about. Every publicly traded company has to declare to their. Investors how they did as a company the previous quarter and, what ends up happening is you get a lot of stock price movement. Based on that information and that's exactly what happened this past week what do you think your your favorite earnings report was Well my favorite earnings report obviously was Amazon Amazon. Yeah okay all right so you had to choose from Google it Google had pretty good, news and stock, went up I kinda sort of like the Facebook news to you did yeah why is that well. Number one I'm I don't own Facebook or. Trade Facebook so I didn't I didn't really care but You know after. Everything that's happened and then Mark zuckerberg's appearance on, Capitol Hill and you know his, hundred billion dollar life and everything it's like they're, finally getting a little of what they deserve you know. What I saw this past week I saw. Earlier in the week after the earnings announcement came out that Facebook actually. Allotted, ten million dollars a year for his purity. I. Heard. That because. The investors are not happy and I don't? Know if there's you know threats out there that. Would to me that'd be the only reason why they would. Do. That I certainly? Do, not me, make it clear I certainly do not wish, any ill will. On him and his, wife Are just innocent bystanders but like the whole. Week they said oh Mark Zuckerberg lost so. Many billions of dollars you know he only has seventy five billion left I'm not gonna you're not gonna get much sympathy you know what on on Tony Marino Wikipedia page you probably would not want. An asterik that says owner, of the company or CEO of the company that, had, the greatest loss of any stock in a single day in stock market history. You don't, want that caveat but isn't that also because of how I mean obviously that's also, because of how. Much great value, the company was to begin. With I mean a lot of companies aren't even worth nearly, the amount that Facebook lost so well, that's. Very true that's very true but it, all in perspective but for everybody that owned Facebook at over, two hundred dollars I don't think that helps them no no for the people that were in it that. Certainly doesn't help because when, you talk, about, earnings announcements there's a lot of people that. Will pile, into Facebook right before the earnings announcement Expecting the stock is going to pop, higher? Because well it's Facebook this this is this is. An expression that. I don't know I've ever used. In my life? But I'll use it now I'm. Going to jump the shark a little bit you're gonna say your motorcycle anybody that's been listening and has gone into the Online Trading Academy and taking a workshop hopefully was able to take..
"chris irvine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"To the ota there in lake mary that you would get to meet chris irvine and as usual you will be doing the workshop there this weekend what is it that people are really going to learn or hear about when they come to the workshop i know we've been talking about this you've been asking me you know can we talk about what we do at the workshop and that's what people always ask me like you know even people that work here at the radio station like i've been i've been here in the show on sundays and it's really interesting and so much good stuff and even chase the same like i want to go to the class but then people say what do they really do there at the class oh so when people ask me about the show they asked what's tony like you mean when they ask you they don't ask what chris like now they just ask about well okay back to the real question i'll look my wounds later on but there's a lot of ground that we cover in the workshop i mean there's a ton of information because i mean we have little over three hours that we talk and one of the things that we talk about is why people are struggling to meet their their financial goals i mean there's a lot of people out there that are struggling to to hit their retirement goals hit their income goals whatever it is whatever goal there's they've set out for themselves financially sometimes life just kind of gets in the way at times and they have to come up with a different way to maybe attack creating a secondary stream of income or generating enough capital so that they can have that retirement account built by the time they get there we also talk about how to turn the struggles in the market into opportunities we talked about the difference between how retail traders and banks and institutions trade what are the common mistakes traders investors make in the market.
"chris irvine" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"All these small business serving community the great question is viewed i'm like yeah we've taken the hard news line grow back to the sort of the idea of rising tides rice all ships philosophy we really embrace that that the more that our community as a whole supports local businesses the better off it's going to be for all of us and so we we are all about east village we support them valley junction anc any if it's local we're all about it exactly wrote partner equipped i completely agree with chris it's amazing what to in all these different organizations around here due to help each other uh just to say hey yeah were we're here and we're strong him now he said earlier iowa itself is all about supporting your neighbour rates so not just you know in the shops but just the person next door if you've got in on an elderly person who's next door who need some help shovel milwaukee are gonna go do it that is what we do so that same kind of mantra place through to all businesses as well the small business owners when you go to the national chains you get familiarity and that's what people that's what people want to see what that you that has its place but then you go to the local retailers you get unique perspectives on gift you would have never thought of and wouldn't even know to gugel in the first place meant we appreciate coming on kevin harrington with the leaning tower pizza and chris irvine from the mansion on ingersoll it's just an end leila on who read on the monday van and bonnie in the morning have you heard about a hams.