17 Burst results for "Luke Martin"

"luke martin" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"All right. What's next Kyle already? Luke Martin wants to know if he's crazy forgetting. Sucked back into the Jason Heyward experience this year. That's our friend of the show. Luke Martin who loves all the fantasy focus podcast. I believe. Right. Yep. Jason heyward. Why why are we getting sucked in it? Basically. He has a good start to a season. And we're left to decide if something has changed is he hitting more fly balls is he more likely to keep stealing basis because he didn't steal basis ever. Right. And well used to obviously. But I mean ever in the past two years still like one base last year or something crazy like that? And he had a full season. He didn't have any power. Oh my goodness. I'm looking at his numbers. Now. I now the thing that jumps out to me seventeen walks versus twelve strike. That's the thing. This is not like all Babbitt fueled. In fact, not fueled at all no, it's not this is a guy who is taking pitches. Swing at the right pitches and deciding the steel basis and the five home runs is nice too. Although I don't think he's hit maybe one in the past like two or three weeks. So, but I don't really wanna buy. I don't think Jason Hayward's going to end up top fifties fantasy outfielder to you. Fifty would have to end up hitting close to three hundred because we don't think he's hitting twenty home runs or stealing fifteen basis. So he would have to have a Nick Marquette's type season with the batting average in order to be a top fifty outfitter. I think right. But but marquess did that it's and that's a great comparible example of the path to get there. It's the boring path to the top fifty. I'm good with cops. Like that you notice that like on these shows like I never think about it beforehand off the top of your head. It's amazing. I think about them and can't get them as good as I never think of Jason Heyward. But when I'm looking at potential numbers, I'm like that could be more cake as well though. He can't knock in ninety runs. But like what's the best Hayward could do like fifteen homers, sixty RBI twelve steals three hundred guessing three hundred keeps walking. But no, Luke, I I don't know who's available in your league. But let's look at the outfit for Alfred is being added and dropped it's going to be somebody you'd rather. Dwight Smith junior is not that guy. Josh Radic, probably is. But he doesn't play enough games. Scoring rettig. I think it's close. I live Brett Gardner. That's a low batting average guy. But same power and steals, right? No hit third for lunch longer when the players back amick gardeners going to gardeners going to beat Hayward..

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"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"Only look at is the market is clearly speaking their pricing end that they're some kind of risk with tether, which I think is fair. I think it should if anything always treated or close to parody. But I, I don't think it's, I don't buy single one of the doomsday scenarios seriously. I think part for exchanges in any company and crypto to get. That's always been the case that always probably will be the case. Now, I don't know. It's not a slew of together or phonetics, having trouble finding banking. I mean, a lot of individuals that say they felt trouble. Banking. Yup. Why then? There's also the audit show us the audit shows the audit, but you know, I, it's done exactly. It gets more out there. It's hard. None of it actually can't be done. So Tyler winkle laws are one of the winkle by not even sure he was a cavern. Same same. After the gem dollar, they said. Based on this and I'm not a lawyer. I don't know the terms or I'm not. I don't. I don't know the terms based on this. You can't even do an audit. There's not like a framework to do it. So all you can do is they use some other work there like we can do this, right? But like most companies still touch that and even if they do, it's a third party and it's only respected by this. So it's like once that was put out, obviously, no one clicks on that enjoys seeing that people would rather re tweet biff and acts because drew. An audit literally can't happen. I mean, maybe that's the reason they can't get nut. I don't know even if there wasn't sure there would still be some fight about whether they're banking relationship and in the Caymans real, the Bahamas Israel. So I don't even even if they did have an audit would be like, well, conducted the audit. Can we trust. And you know it's another tinfoil hat conspiracy. It's yeah, no matter what someone would find something in said, all audit to to pick it apart, and I agree. Yeah, definitely. I just have one more question for you, Luke curious. So going back to the last time we talked to you in early January. Are there any sectors that you can recall liking a lot back then that you don't like as much now or any that you didn't consider that you do like a lot now. Think sector wise, I think it's still really smart. The thing about Alton sectors. I maybe something that people still don't do kind of considering how do you think about it? I think you should think about more macro but sector. I think I used to place more emphasis or maybe put more confidence or whatever it was bullishness on on centralized exchanges. I always even back then I understood liquid leaves king and I I in everyone else slowing trade on a decks if it's more liquid and if it can attract more money. Now now I'm kind of understanding and and seeing even if regulations continue to be pretty tough on centralized exchanges and there's that risk there..

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"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"Pm dot com. Yeah, Cuanto pian is a Boston based company believe and really cool concept. Yeah. So they basically give you these tools to create automated trading Botts and you can back test them. You can run them real time via interactive brokers. And what they do is sort of like an outsource hedge fund where they look at really, really good strategies that people make and the allocate some capital capital to those strategies. And if you made that strategy, you get a percentage of that capital of any profits. So Cuanto Pena is like a nice place where we have no relation them at all. But I think it's a really cool website. Where you can basically create strategies back, test them trade them real time, which as I'm sure you would attest to Luke is a lot different than the back test own. There's so many strategies I made on their religious dominated in the back test, and then you start it and your leg doesn't quite work out. Yeah, but that's cool resource. Yeah, it's very easy to data fit. I mean, I, it's, it's a seam thing with with any strategy. It's like you look at at twenty seventeen you say, okay, when when alter this cheap based on bitcoin dominance, I should have all end alz what happens? Six months from then and alter at that thing and you all in alternate doesn't work. It's like live testing is is very different variables, change markets, markets change. You can't look at one data sentence. That's what worked in that has to work now going forward. So it's it's a, it's a nice metric. It's helpful, but back tests aren't gonna give you the full story. Yeah, I think butts are more alluring. During a bear Mark too, because it's harder to trade a bear market, and you're taking the emotions out of the equation with the bought, which is really what you have to do during a bear market and chop. It's like during a bull market, you know, you can. We've experienced that you throw a dart at aboard vaults and doesn't really matter which when it lands on you're gonna get a twenty times at twenty five times thirty times a matter. I mean, you're gonna make a lot of money, but going on the way down. That's that's actually hard, you know. And so I think that's where like a bought or an automated strategy really shines. Luke, what's your take on the last killer? And I kind of talked about the whole bit Phoenix tether relationship. How that that all went down, what's your, what's your take on that topic, though? Man, I'm hesitant to even said, I've, I've seen, I don't know the full story on this, so I don't speak out of context. I've seen a few Email inboxes get absolutely destroyed for forgotten bad talking to other on whether on whether it's on the news. I'm sure he knows how they're publicly. I, I'm using my real face my real name so show Mertz if I say anything, you don't like whoever is never. But I really don't buy into into too much the tether conspiracies either way. I think there's an interesting point that who brought this up, Travis cling so I'm brought up that now there's a lot of a lot of money that will benefit from tether, looking like it's systematically more risky than it is or from tether, failing and money going into other stable coins. So like I don't know, my whole thing has always been like if you were going to create an asset or creative, whatever you wanna call it, that is like built scam people and Bill to pump bitcoin and built to do all these things that you don't want people to see you doing. I'm not sure I would do that with with the blockchain. All right. Like, I'm not sure I would do that and let everyone see what I'm doing like everyone can see when tethers are printed or throw transferred, seems like the murked inefficient and honestly. Stupid way to to try to skim people Live, live. like if you're going to do that, do it with with dollars, do it with actual money, laundry. It's harder to do that on the blockchain. But you know, who knows? Maybe maybe they are insolvent..

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"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"Eighteen, but let me see. I'm looking at right now seventy. Okay. It was January seventh of two thousand eighteen. Okay. So new year pretty much. Yeah. So we've been through a lot since then in the market, how I think everyone's kind of had to adapt and change things around bit. What are some things that you've done for you? So. I think the first thing off the bat is came in twenty seventeen. I try to make that clear on Twitter. Sometimes it's funny. I get tagged inis OG things now by by because I have some relevant follower count just because I. Right? So been in this for like five years. I've been so like, you know, and even if I was here before that, there's only a few data points on the board in terms of cycles, but the one approach I had to win Mike kind of best bed of when we're going to move. And this was like late November early December. Last year, I was thinking like, wow, this is my chance. I'm going to build kind of outs. So I have a trading portfolio like when I wanna move into one five alz and then I have coin. And then my my whole thesis was okay. Like I'm going to set, you know, a term kind of investment portfolio Assad of like three or four or five or whatever it is of these also that I think will do very well on, like, I don't wanna touch this right, and I think you know, in the long run, there's going to be big win, and I was kind of my understanding and then that that sounded like awesome. And it also felt awesome for like a month or two. And then like February March rolls around, and it's like the trading portfolio did pretty well. Like I did. Okay. Eating out, like obviously knowing it's out of the top, but you do okay. And you kind of old and false to return and you're looking at this investment, I'm like, okay, like it's still doing fine. Like April, comes around at rips back up again, then may tubes back down and I'm like, there's literally no reason for me in my opinion to be holding most also long term. I think there's a food would hold. You know, I think expected value of bitcoin long-term is probably positive. I don't know. I don't. I don't hold any alz long-term, and I don't mean that in the sense that I wouldn't hold them a month, three months or six months waiting for kind of the most return. But I don't think there's something that I would set aside on ledger and say, you know, all hold this through cycles that's biggest change for me is like if we do have the cyclical upturn and then eventually bitcoin turns down or also has a whole start looking down. I don't think there's a single old that I would hold onto like through that next downturn. When back then when you guys talking, I'm sure I said there was, I think that's the biggest change. Now if there's something that I think could maybe replaced bitcoin or did they run for its money or like Manera, whereas coin or decried didn't maybe Cheryl a hold. Some of that on the side. Not messed with that, but any other all it's like I don't. I don't think I could hold that through another cycle. I would much rather only view alz as trading tools or as trading assets issue, inch. Two of the make more bitcoins..

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"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"But I mean, it's kind of one of these weird ideas that I've just been pondering during this kind of boring flat period moving flat from while this. It feels weird because like it just bitcoin hasn't done anything really, you know, quite a while. It's just in this range, which is nice because it's given alz, you know the chance to get some action. What are your thoughts, Luke, if you know. Also, there's a lot of Ulta cross the board that look, you know. You know, I hate to use that the the be where the bottom word, but there's a lot of Ulta cross or the, you know, they look pretty juicy in terms of that, but you know, depending on what bitcoin does can really screw with them. Do you think that Glenn will still have the effect on a big move and maybe screw up some of these setups in terms of moving up? Yeah. Do you think it can help with like, what do you think if bitcoin takes dumped you think all it's potentially disconnect and keep with their momentum. I think there's, I think bitcoin was to move up. I think also it continued to be very well. I think it's kind of offense thing. And the same analogy I'm using in terms of risk on with with equities and other assets here. I think it's. You can kind of draw parallels with. It's kind of how I think about crypto kind of looking at individual charts. But if you understand that you know in a market that's risk on FX all the pairs that risk is probably going to do well and a lot of the end. So kind of the same thing here, if it is risk on bitcoin can move up. You know, I think generally all should do well, we've seen as recy- five fifty alter doing well if coined dumps. I think it stops lot of the the funny part of the the more interesting part about that bottom question is kinda the same thing like March and April, or like in in mid July, July fifteenth from trying to pull up a chart, but I can't find one. There was a period where all is double bottom riding like every single things for I'm going any because if forever and you guys like if you haven't noticed yet, like it's much less about like you finding that perfect all setup or that a semi triangle, it's much more about timing when all also will generally do well if you that, right? You'll get the rest. Right, I assume. So if you look back at like July, there was another period where I would look at a chart and I think I even did in in even back in April, may I said, look, most look like they're kind of bottoming, right? And you get the month or two month run where things run for multiple in July. We barely got it. And now are here again, I think a lot of things look like they're at bottoms, right? But it's like it's a space where I'm sure a few of these coins are severely undervalued, but I. Ninety five, maybe more percents are incredibly incredibly overvalued and should be worth zero dollars. So it's like I do think that they're at a low riding and up. I think it's, I don't think you can afford to not be long alt-right now that being said, bitcoin, not decided yet. You know, if you're not a traitor, that'd be that'd be thinking about that for sure. We'll have like fake out PTSD at this point. I mean della saying earlier, I mean, people have been calling for all seasons since like April, if not way earlier. Like probably like February, even, you know, it's a dip, you know, like in. I mean, I like I'm done hearing any kind of bull. Don't hearing anything about this and other. One of those things where I'm like, I see it does not register brain. That's the thing too. It's like, what is also. Definitions because if you're in in in two thousand sixteen like, you know, all season is six month run for you only have been in since you know, maybe late twenty seventeen when is running. An all season to us is a two month run, right? So like April was and all season like, what does what does that? What is also to me, that's like one is adapt like..

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"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"So in in a perfect world, yes, crypto is great. It's it's hard money and it'll be a nice hedge verse other things that being said, it's still it's still a high risk appetite asset. It's still extremely volatile. If I was looking to kind of not take more of a draw down, I'm not sure. I would like move all the crypto actually kind of with the current option. So I don't think the the risk off narrative is there yet for crypto anything. I think it's still categorized far up on the list in terms of risk on. So as much as I would like that long term and that's an appeal, it's not yet. Killers and good to hear that. I think. I totally agree with that. And like I see some people on on Twitter and they're like, oh, like bring on the global financial crisis. We're really gonna shine in kinda so wrong on this. I, I'm sorry, but it's just it's remarkable to me that people still consider crypto a safe haven asset. I mean, I don't know. Is that like done through brainwashing on crypto Twitter or like I think I think they're term of a safe haven asset may be different in terms of what you would normally thinker. I, I think their term of a safe haven asset in reality is probably like, okay, you control your funds in all you control your money. And that's probably more or less because you know, I think it comes down to it markets. You know, it's just a cycle of money, right? Whereas the money flowing, what market is it going to and from and crypto, it's still so small. Right. And so with that being said, everything's just the money flow. Hey, we got even a little bit of that. You know a little bit of money flow in here where so tiny l. do a big difference, but. Yet I don't. It's likely said it's risk on. Yeah. I mean, this kind of one of the concerns I have is like, what crypto does turn around and then global markets are like equities. Just take a complete dump and like is full. Any gains we might have. I think it would completely stifle. Going Kelly gone. I pretty much what I was gonna say, you go ahead. I think the interesting part of that is is not so much right. If. If global equities and economies and stuff kind of do terrible. I think that as definitely negative catalyst and I think that would hurt if anything crypto. The interesting part is if crypto is doing very well, let's say an ETF gets passed, and somehow adoption starts going up and anyone starts using adapt. I don't even know what adapt, but someone starts using. Then maybe like I don't think it helps, but I'm not sure there's enough data yet while I while it is by every metric I'm looking at and my understanding of it, it is, you know, a high risk asset. It's risk on in many senses when you compare it to other risk on us that said, if it was doing very well, I'm not sure a terrible economy has to bring it down. I don't think in house, but that would be that'd be interesting kind of tug of war there. So you know, who knows? I guess we have to see have to see a bullish crypto market, even start suggesting things like this. Yeah, and looking at it because I was like going over the stadium. I had the other day like a couple days ago, and I'm looking at the total market cap of the s. and p. five hundred versus crypto and long story short, the s. and p. five hundred is still way we way bigger. And so I do think because of that, that if global equities go down, there is still the possibility that cryptic goes up just because it takes so much money and capital inflow to make it do that. And so I definitely think it's possible..

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"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"We've been wondering I'd like your thoughts on this. Do you think I know super hard to say, and you know, calling the bottom, whatever top, but do you think most of the pain is over or do you think that we're gonna get one final like super painful shakeout and then we can kind of bottom for a while. Just kind of maintain. What are your thoughts on? What do you think the bitcoin price does from here, I guess? Yep. I mean bitcoin pricing in said this publicly, I guess also in all that he is, I do and on a crypto trader for federal still hates CNN. I still enjoy that show. Sometimes I'm very comfortable saying, I don't have high conviction in which we which direction we move next short term. Kind of be wary of anyone that that says they do most traitors that I respect talk to either sitting out or or if you if you're able to kind of get a low leverage long in in low six ks or you've been short for awhile than you're comfortable? I just don't have much. I mean, there's no one. There's no one selling we trade in two three percent range for weeks straight. That being said, looking out, maybe medium longer term whether or not the bottoms in, I guess it still doesn't matter just based on my fundamental view of of where this market and where the space can go. All right. I think even if okay, let's say like you are short writer wanna stack short, a new confidence, move to five k. it's like, what is I don't know, man, like what's the real pay out there? Like unless you really leveraging up and you can have a sizable position, you're comfortable taking up session right now, uncertainty. I'm not sure I won't even if we moved to four k. right, like five still not sure. I would take a sizable short here just based on where I think things are going. And that's maybe partly by us long term. But I also think risk reward wise to me. Accents. It's all like a, we're gaming probabilities. No, it's like, and I think you guys are absolutely right. The probability of a big up move is far bigger than you know how much down movie might be looking at if you're wrong. And I think people are gonna come to realize that you know it's gonna take a while again before the people who are really burned, kind of rationalize it and come to that realization. But I wanted to ask a question on only comments that I think kind of relates to this conversation. We're just having we talked about this, I think in soda to ago, but I wanna get your thoughts. What are your opinion or what is your opinion about a serious crash in the global IRL or in real life markets? How will this affect crypto the legacy. Yeah, I, I like this one. I especially like it because the one thing that I love about crypto in general is it's brought so many people. I mean, hundreds of thousands of people probably will thousands, I guess now in the bear market and tons of my friends and other people into finance or into trading and they and they think that's interesting. The tough part now is people that have only really kind of analyzed if you wanna call it that crypto are now trying to maybe apply basic ta to things like the general US economy and the global economy and how all those things fit together in different monetary policies. So the fun part of this question is looking on Twitter and kind of either seeing the doom and gloom. You know, I wouldn't base everything you're doing in your equity portfolio or in your personal net worth based on bears diversions some chart on Twitter. That being said, if there is a crash read in the doom experts right on Twitter, I don't think crypto is going to act like the safe haven that we'll want it to just yet to. We look at if we look at how cryptos trading and then we look at how I mean even hedge funds, right? Which should do very well on black swan events or in events where everything's in the downturn, high risk in risk off environment money's gonna leave risk on assets Reiter than I risk assets, no matter what it is..

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"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"People that are in raven, our haven will maybe make it seem like it's more exciting than it is also been moving up, but it's nothing like it's still not like March April, which was the last real time I would say to get excited. I think. I think relative to Al things would moving, it's exciting, but if you look big picture, it's think things are still pretty slow. That's the big thing in relative. It seems pretty wilder. But yeah, picked pitcher. It's still nothing whole lot. And I think people just are have been down in the dumps for so long, and you know, their bags are underwater or they've been on the sidelines with bitcoin. I feel like you know, we're at almost at that phase. Were any move really in the green would would get people excited us why? Several times you've seen on Twitter people calling all season in the last, you know, Wilson's April may. I would agree. Yeah, I think it's anything, but obviously all season sense since may time they peaked out in this time. I think too it's it's different, right? So if you take out like what happened to the twenty th and twenty seventeen that kind of bubble the did happen with bitcoin and every other coin, if you take that out and look at how alz Embiid quantitive moved, they've done very well in the past month in the past thirty forty five days. We've had really big movers decreed today. It's why I'm wearing the jacket. You have a thirty percent day. I mean, fucking awesome, but I think people maybe need to rethink what they consider all season. I think a lot of people are saying, you know, ones all teasing ones, all season. Things have been moving also have been moving. You could've thrown darts at a board at or whatever, and still done pretty well in the last thirty days. I think a lot of who are conditioned only say, you know, you're wrong, not old season. 'cause this thing didn't do a three x, five exits like look man, like everything went up. It's like that's profit. I mean, that's. You know, we're not playing not everyone is thinking about Lambeau, not everyone thinking about quitting their job anymore, but I think people are still doing pretty well about reconditioning expectations. But overall, I think things are pretty good. Now. Good. Desens-. Like lately I've been thinking Lucas like there's a lot of apathy in the markets. I've just I kind of feel like people are giving up and don't really care. And maybe that's a good sign though. I don't know. What are your thoughts on that? Yeah, I think it's partly good. I think probably half of my Twitter following is is either liquidated or dead or or just non crypto anymore. I think that's probably a big reason that people aren't interested. I think once volatility returns, right? I vividly remember and I don't know why this is the case. But when ten k. was crossed in, like if you think back a year, we were three, four k. moved up to six, eight, nine. And we were excited like you guys were excited and everyone on Twitter, real everyone in cryptos excited, but it wasn't like a like a phenomenon like meeting ten fifteen text from from friends who aren't in crypto or like when you go to a pre game like girls or talking about it, like holy shit. Like this guy is crypto like that wasn't a thing until we cross ten k. so there hasn't been like a big psychological level in a while. Maybe that's the reason people aren't in. Yeah, generosity I'm not sure. I mean, if that's good, I don't think I could say it's good or bad. I really just think people aren't excited about it. Still most people's taste in their mouth is is losing fifty to seventy five percent of what they put in. And that's just how it is. Yeah, for sure. It's it's gonna take a while to take all the people who got really burned the people who were in December two thousand seventeen or buying eighteen thousand twenty thousand dollar bitcoin. But I just like I do you think. I mean, I think the thing that we're kind of struggling with that..

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"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"Thank you for tuning into the crypto Streep. Podcasts here are host. Trent's and. What's up everybody you are tuning into crypto. She passed since crypto, Dale hope. Everyone's having a fantastic night. Fantastic market making some moves, making some money, everyone for tuning in as always join with the Canadian tuxedo expert. A hero make an impression of me lotta up soda was on. I Don show. Episode getting, what are you gonna do it. Am I gonna like Magna can't do anything. What the hell's going on it was. It was a good. I mean, it was in good fun. I was like. Killer. What what do we do. It was. It was. It was a lot of all. Just the forearm. We did. The whole episode was just killer would say something, and then I'd go hall. Bitcoins. It's always good to hear what people say. South, I'm horrible. Adam too. So what's the weather doing up north, everyone's dying to know snow's gone chilly. It's smelly California weather, definitely missed hall. Yeah, I time in l. a. and I gotta I gotta move there. That's pretty much conclusion after left. Yeah, I gotta be back. So the craziest thing about it was, you know, I didn't get into late Thursday night and the pilot jumps on and his like we're gonna start our descent into l. a. and I love what the hell is all these lights like l. a. like I'm thirty minutes from landing and it's just wild. It's been. We don't see that. So it makes me feel I've just, I feel like a heck, you know, just so small, Tom, do. I bet you feel even more so. Yeah. Like before that conference had a picture to my wife and was like, is this okay? And she's like, what are you trying to be cool or fit in? I'm just like wipes burden me. Now too. Conor host last weekend killer. Let's get it. Yeah, is awesome. Having you guys here spend a little time walking around checked out Santa Monica Venice, that area got some dinner. It was good. It was like a little bit surreal having guys out here, but very fun. There's a good time and even though is very short. Yeah, it was. It was cool. Thanks for showing us around giving us the l. a. experiences the first time I've been to LA so Kelly in the gas, ripping around Kelly around killed us at least three times in every ten minutes. Yeah, I wanna. I wanna get Luke involved here in a second, but I also wanna talk. We can bring everybody into this one of the best Canadian terms that we learned. Oh ho here it is it. It's gonna be a probably we're gonna probably shelf. The Tipper waitress and we're gonna go with this from now on. Saturdays are for who'd skis with the boys. Have you ever heard of that? Tonight's guests, Luke Martin Noam on Twitter has ventured. What's a hoot ski film in just a hoot skiing. Oh, you gotta take a hoot ski with the boys. Should we explain. Clunking, figure it out. Here, like, you know, me and the fellas were hanging out long hard day at work or something. We'll have a hoot ski and all just chill out for fell. Fell in some fellas wanna have Bruschi is, but we have good skis so there that's gonna be. That's gonna give it away. There we go. We some people are just like would. Yeah, this is this is the Canadian retard hockey player lingo don't mind me. We got literally a whole like fifteen minute car ride on like how, how to talk Canadian hockey from prince. Yeah, ill learned some lingo down from what normal, but you know, expose retarding your apple me too. You're not alone. So anyways, Luke Martin guest, as I said, he's been on a couple times of four, so we're not gonna. Have him get into. He got into crypto few curious head back to previous episodes of his, but you know, Luke, we all view as a season trader, one of the one of our favorites. So what do you think? What do you thinking about the market currently. By the way only been on once. It seems like I've been on a few times for the first time was a, it was a scheduling, fuck up, and I think it was actually my fault. But yeah, only one. Market wise, I mean, bitcoin slow. Everything's still pretty slow. Despite what you see on Twitter, you know the.

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"luke martin" Discussed on Coin Mastery

Coin Mastery

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on Coin Mastery

"But I don't think I don't think I could come up with anything that's going to be able to describe what will probably see I I have no idea. I think I think we're all going to be going to be pretty shocked. I think I think things will definitely happen fast as it gains. I saw a quote this morning on Twitter that I really liked and maybe what I'm trying to describe or not doing a good job of describing. They said, you know, when I see when you see people using crypto currency like you see everyone using a smartphone. You know? That's when that's when price will stop going up like it is that's when you'll know and until then I live in the mid west now for a month or two, and then I'm probably gonna find a new spot. Go back to southern California or something, but I talked to parents, I talked to adults or I have you know, there's no meet ups going on here for crypto. Are you tell someone you're investing in bitcoin other? Things they still have no idea what Liz out west in New York. They know it lives, but they're still parts of the world that I think I think we overestimate kind of how known crypto is. So we're still very early. Who knows? I think that that's I think that's right on. I think it's it's almost impossible to know. What's going to happen because it's just it's just such a big idea. Yeah. There's so many implications of it. You know, it's it's an exciting exciting time to be part of at all. Salute. How can people find it? Where can they were gonna go in? You know, say what's up? I'll be a consensus next week. If anyone offending also be there. But if you want to reach out to me, I'm most active on Twitter, online, adventure coin honest, and then just do my website to I've bunch of free communities on their telegram as well probably won't be able to respond on telegram. It's kind of a black hole of messages, but definitely Twitter on most active as well as you too. All link up everything in the show notes for anybody who wants to go check all that stuff out. Definitely recommend following on Twitter because he puts out great content. Just a good due to be supporting this community. Luke, thanks for taking the time and for sharing your knowledge and for for just being a part of the whole crypto revolution..

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Coin Mastery

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on Coin Mastery

"But for me, I prefer to keep it simple. What are some books that you've read both finance or in non finance that you found to? I guess I would say just really inspiring books that have have moved to in some way or change the way that you look at the world. Non-finance? I would think I guess the two that come to mind that are kind of. Have been guiding in some way, I would say cosmos by Carl Sagan, and then also sapiens by I'm not even gonna try to pronounce his name, you'll something. Yeah. But both those books also principles, but I guess that kind of is more finance related by radio. I think all three of those more so in cosmos, and sapiens, I'm always fascinated by like where we came from and different things like that or like bigger picture on like a lice scale as well, not even getting in the religion versus evolution debate. But just like, you know, purpose and different things like that. So the sapiens book was really interesting and kind of studying how humans have evolved different patterns. We're look for different incentive systems reward systems that we've kind of been attracted to. So a lot of that does apply think I'm always just drawing parallels to finance a lot of that does apply to finance as well. I think that in many ways finances is really kinda like the. Barometer compass in a lot of ways of where we've been in potentially where we're going, and I that crypto is such a such a unique beast in the sense that there's so much. There's so much tied to crypto that isn't just a finance about the demographics of wealth about the political ramifications of decentralisation. Global scale of it all interconnected this up. Also, I think that I know for myself now, I've learned a lot more. But I've probably profit a lot more by studying demographics, my studying social movements just as much as learning how to trading cycles and accumulate accumulation distribution phases. And things like that. So that kind of stuff definitely I think plays a huge role. An human psychology. Even I mean, that's that's a major reason why technical analysis does or can work right for the skeptics. It's you're literally watching someone's emotions whether you're gonna sell at the bottom of that red candle or by the top of the green one you're seeing this different levels are humans make decisions also some Botha's. Well, but you're watching just human human decision making. What along those lines? I mean, just like what you see the next couple years of crypto looking like, I mean who knows the prices was just say that bitcoins. Going five hundred thousand we'll call it a day. What are some things that just off the top your have you think about like you're gonna wake up it's going to be twenty twenty two couple years. What do you think a few things would be what the world like in your in your sense? Yeah. That's so hard to say, I think I think anything that. Even I try to. Kind of visualize projector even kind of dream about is probably going to be. It's probably gonna be lackluster to what could actually happen. I just think we're I think a lot of people are going to be surprised. I I still think we're incredibly early in. Always sounds weird saying that now that it continues to kind of gain awareness. But they're still really as little to. No use of a lot of cryptos. You know, I- bitcoin definitely gets used his store value..

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Coin Mastery

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on Coin Mastery

"You see kind of a news story coming out or you see this chart, let's say ran or someone posts a chart on Twitter, and it looks incredible right? When you get into crypto, and I did it too. I would see something out. See this news come out and say, oh, I have to buy right now. Even if you know prices flying, but you're just clicking buyers market buying and moving up your bids. I think if people kind of move slower and waited for maybe the breakout to happen, even if you do miss that individual trade a lot of times retracing comeback, and it gives you more time to think about, you know, does it really make sense from this level risk reward risk reward. Was you know, does this news, positively impact the next week or a month? I just think on so many levels moving slower will help. And the the whole reason I bring it up is because yes, the market does move so fast here. So it's like that's kind of the one it's an element that you can really control as time in your decision making. So it's helped a lot of people. So that's kinda why I keep saying it helps them more. It's definitely a lot of. I think one thing I've learned over the past couple years in crypto is that anytime I'm gonna make decision. I ask myself. Is the urgency. I feel right now. Like, why is that manufacturer just because I happen to have opened up Twitter at this exact moment, and I saw this one tweet and now of convinced myself that this is like this is the time I need to buy. But if I'd open Twitter and twenty five minutes now out feel completely different about the price. And if you start to look at your decisions, in that sense of okay, how agnostic is from my particular mood right now, I have found that that kind of forces you to wait five minutes before you do anything and that can be enough to look back. Distractions realize okay, new new to you don't take a walk before. I do anything with this leverage count lined up here. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's like you said he'd take a walk. And I think I think moving slow and kind of rethink musician force you to do a lot of things it makes you look at the other side. So it kind of makes you even if you take another thirty minutes or four hours it makes you of consider what if this does move against me. So it kind of sets you up. To just kind of have a better process with a lot of your decisions. I just think it's kind of the first step or kind of one of the principles that I keep in the back of my mind that then leads to other good incisions one like the tactic people can do to especially if anybody does short-term swing trading if to only do limit orders, right? If you remove the ability to market by out of the equation that is a very good way to try to at least put like having a brake system built into your your own decision process. And kind of cut yourself out of the cycle that people get themselves sucked into sometimes. Let's talk a little bit about how you how you research coins. Because I know early on its you did some ICO's guide in there. And even now, you know, you'll do a one couple here. And there you're looking coins a lot reading white papers. When you're doing some of that research. What are some of the things that you're looking for specifically what like what something that would you would immediately say, okay. This is interesting. This has by tension versus I immediately know that this is something that I this is a waste of my time. Like walk us through. What that what that's like? Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. So a break it into ICO's, and then trades which both have similar elements, but it's kind of a different process. So for ICO's, it kind of ties back to to another one of the benefits of creating a community like I have. And now having kind of network of of people and ideas, and a lot of people that are much more to me..

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Coin Mastery

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on Coin Mastery

"We didn't kind of make the market we weren't trading against our clients. We're passing your orders we had eighteen banks LP's we would kind of aggregate their best bid and their best ask in the way to execute. We offer the best breads what was happening was. Happening. So we got shut down in the US whether or not that was actually right? I mean, we still were offering the best spreads and what we're doing is actually done in equity and other markets. But in the FX space, the CFCC, and you know, the other regulating bodies are a little bit more privy to future. So they were pretty ready to kinda stop us out. So we stop servicing clients the US, and we got a we got a one week notice that that we lost our lost our office. So it's been of a wakeup call. When you're when you're twenty one or twenty two moved out to San Francisco have expensive rent and your office could shut down. Yeah. And was I remember reading somewhere early here. But you left grad school at some point. Is that was that over to to the FX shop? Yes. No that was actually after so I worked here. And I realized I was still doing an element of work kind of that. I I. There was too much of my job that I didn't think I was critically thinking. So like, I was still doing in my opinion too much sales work right there. There's an aspect of my job where it's too much just kind of monotonous conversations and trying to upsell people in different things like that. And there was still parts that I got to work a lot more in the market in an automated strategies and working with trading platforms. But I wanted more of that. So I was kind of Ardy looking for an exit. So I was looking at some grad school opportunities. I was looking at other firms in San Francisco and things like that. So it's kind of it was actually nice the way it worked out. I wouldn't say nice. It was kind of a wake up call still. But on it gave you the chance to grad school right after. So after I did that kind of set me up I had about three months, and and went to grad school after that and got the grad school and decided to leave grad school early. Is that right? Yeah. Yeah. So I got into the program that I really wanted to an applied finance pro. Graham out west and really beautiful campus. And I'm there for a week or two and I was loving it. And there is a lot of other really sharp kids in the real estate program and some some good kids in my program as well. And even talked to a teacher, I think it was week one. And I was kinda telling him I was into crypto currency and bitcoin studying some different strategies and things like that. And I was going to be kind of his assistant. We're going to do research, together, and publish them stuff. And I really liked the program and then at the same time leading into grad school, so after I left FX shop, and and San Francisco, I moved home for back. The midwest for about three months before I was going to head back out to southern California for school. And I was thinking then I was trying to figure out how am I gonna make money while I'm doing this? And I'm only pay for school, but just to just to do stuff and still be able to go to concerts and travel, and whatever. So I started mining some theorem, and then I was also managing at the time. I had invested in mice ios, but it's not like investing in ICO's today. This was like you would literally just click on a website..

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"luke martin" Discussed on Coin Mastery

Coin Mastery

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on Coin Mastery

"How did you even get into that? Yeah. So so when I was in college, I went to school, Indiana, University Kelley school. For finance degree. And when I graduated I actually did a few internships, and I was in college and just trying to feel out kind of what I wanted to do. I think I used to tell myself I wanted to be a hedge fund manager an analyst or something I don't really even understand what that meant. But I took some internships in wealth management worked in office in Chicago one in London one Indianapolis, and I had an offer. And I was kinda set to go to be a financial adviser do wealth management after school. And I kinda realized I don't know was like a last minute thing. My brother was living in San Francisco, and I had a couple other friends that moved out west and everyone from Indiana goes to Chicago. And for some reason it just snapped. I think it was early senior year. I was kind of like, you know, I don't not only do I not know if I wanna go to Chicago, but I kinda wanted to do something faster than than just planning for each individual's retirement. I kind of wanted to be trying to beat the market. I was obsessed with with understanding the market and reading about funds in different strategies, and take all these classes and capital markets and econ, and I just didn't like the idea of of my job working in finance just kinda telling someone to save money and budget. I wanted something more active. So I applied to a few jobs actually didn't have a job when I started to drive out to San Francisco and in the drive, I got I got last offer. I was kind of doing some phone interviews. And I got the offer. I think I was like I don't even know some Kansas some state in the middle of the country driving across I got the offer. And I was hyping and accept it. And it was to work with with a company, we're the largest FX broker in the United States at the time. We don't have any clients in the US anymore. That's kind of a little bit later in the story. But. I dunno. I wanted something more active, and I knew wealth manager wasn't for me. I think I would have got bored. And this was the first thing where I was like, you know, this'll be a challenge I'm gonna learn kind of a new market and then later on somehow transition from this to being an analyst or working at a fund. Yeah. Like, the the true seeking alpha dream of of being like twenty one twenty two and being like, I'm gonna I'm gonna crush the market. I'm not going to beat it. All exactly exactly something like that. And so that just from doing some research listened to a bunch on interviews. He's been on the tenure at that at that. Brokerage was you know, there's obviously a lot to learn you learn a lot and Mellat people, but there was kind of exit of some sort, and it sounds like it shut down. But what was like what walk with really what happened the last few week? You're was a sudden like what happened at the end of that of that run? Yeah. Interesting interesting thing. And honestly, I don't I didn't read. I guess I'm not too familiar with with my agreement or what we had to sign there. So I can't go to to detailed into it. But I can kind of give general whatever was public, but I was working with fun. I was kind of at the very beginning. Just kind of client services and helping a lot of inbound. And then as you know, I was there longer was working more with the trading desk and more kind of also the currency strategist and connecting people in and doing different things a little bit of sales. But, you know, the market stuff is what I like the most in and as I'm kind of about to transition to I thought a role either on the trading desk or or working with one of the strategists on the daily FX side. We see yo- kinda showed up that week. And just to kind of keep it highlight. Big picture what we were doing was. We were we were the only no dealing desk broker FX broker in the US meeting..

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"luke martin" Discussed on Coin Mastery

Coin Mastery

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on Coin Mastery

"Welcome to the show on that. It is a pleasure. It's it's it's been a while still phone tag to get on. And we finally got here. You're busy man on a connected. It was definitely blamed the first the first mishap on me. That was just a strange strangely schedule. What can you do? It's all good. I think if we if we were going based off Twitter fans questions that they asked me talking about you're the best haired crypto probably for the next hour and a half so kicking that off off those off that of that topic. I think you're from Philly or at least your flyers fan. And I know from from college I live with a couple of hockey guys. Obviously the flow it's kind of critics central hockey move. Was it like growing up the northeast? I mean, I'm from the northeast, but I think a lot of people obviously aren't in the northeast. What was it like growing up there as a kid playing hockey? How how did that kind of kick off your life? Yeah. So actually not from Philly. I lot of families still out there. I was born in Maryland. And then I grew up actually in the mid west move to the mid west when I was pretty young, which is which is strange because I come from a place where everyone plays basketball, and especially with my size. That's all really anyone ever said was do you play basketball or anything and then to respond and say, no, I play hockey most people haven't even watched hockey or it's gaining right? But it's definitely bigger out east and west here now but flyers fan. My my dad was a flyers fan his brothers. And that whole side of my film is still out east so huge flyers fan. Like, you said the flow is quintessential. It's it's our coaches to say something, I think he said look good feel good play. Good. It's just part of the style style points are almost as important as the goal. So definitely trying to try trying to relive my glory days and grow the flow backout. Yeah. Yeah. I hope that Kroger's frame somewhere, computer. When did you start playing hockey, and more importantly, I guess when did you really start get like loving hockey? Yes. So I played hockey. I think like a lot of kids growing up, and they probably tried everything. I don't I don't know what age it was. But I was still playing. I think every sport it a little bit of soccer and. I think my last basketball game, I wasn't bad. But for some reason, I remember vividly. I scored kind of on our own goal either. I was getting a board and and just put it back up. So that was kind of my last basketball for so I knew I didn't want to do that. I tried out Tibo or baseball. And I remember ripping a ball over the first basement. And I think I hit him in the head or something kids were just so kind of aloof and baseball. So I didn't like that. Either too much standing around when I got to hockey it was the first game where it was like. Good enough where it was fun because you don't want to do something where you know, you're the third line or the backups of hockey was kind of the first thing I can step into and kind of lead a team and stuff. So. Yeah. Hockey's definitely one of the best forced to watch it so fast. And there's just everything's going million miles an hour. Second understand that. From that. Which actually kinda maybe interesting segue jumping ahead. You got your start? I guess what? Right after college. I guess in FX for expert on it doesn't now derivatives. What what's real you into that field and action say what walk us through?.

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"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"Crystal. Interesting. Yo, what's up everybody. This is crypto Dale and you're tuned in as you know to the street podcast, I'm sitting here staring at prince's ugly as mug prince what's up buddy. When are we gonna fight? I look if they were going on next week. That's fucking go. We are going parking lot was going to be a mud, mud, wrestling mud-wrestling, cheese already. Know we're gonna Indian leg wrestle though. You know that's going. This is going to be good and a good week, and I'm fully aware that hockey players have thunder thighs, so I am going to be my literally. We're going to be Indian leg wrestling and you will throw your just crushing and slam, and you're gonna have literally like throw my leg a clear across the through the. I'm just saying this not trying to be cocky is just, you know, the fact of the matter I'm gonna crush you do. I'm just, you know, I'm worried don't get to have your side. You know what I'm really worried about is the destroying the hotel room. What are you happening. I'm just saying I get, I get a little boosy and. Moving on from that Canadian killer. Well, how we doing good bro. You two fellas on before the podcast today, we had a little incident trying to get the recording working. But I think we're past the now, so we're good and. It just confirms at prince. We don't really know prince does around these neck of the woods. I don't do much on just voice some voice of reason for you know there. That's what the people want. That is what the people want tonight we are joined by our favorite rapper of all time. Literally biggie, biggie, biggie cage, see. Notorious BTC what's up buddy. Thank you. I'm happy to be here. Thank you. Been died, it'd be on this pry will refer to you all night as biggie, just so that is totally fine. That's would all provide reverse me as we go. So everyone listening when you hear anyone of us, biggie is the man. The myth alleged notorious BTC. So we always come to start out with little background on yourself. How'd you get into crypto? You know, what was it that really caught your eye? What do you like most about it? Blah, blah, blah, all the good stuff. People want to hear your journey. Your journey. Yeah, thanks. Yeah, doing some. So I was doing investment banking that for two years in, I've found myself like last October, I can seriously remember sitting at my desk in the guy who said on the the desperate high me saw always talking about bitcoin. I was like, dude, you're just a like, burn your fucking money. Like you might as well burn it. You're an idiot. And then it just kept hanging around is kinda hanging around the who in alright. Alright or credence. And then so I was always those far. The stories I personally is pretty cool in honestly, kinda help me take believe but a so I grew up with Luke Martin mostly, you guys knows venture venture plans, Italy in the same neighborhood. His brothers migraine is I should prince my little brother in. I had seen he had just he guys in that, or I know are maybe one of the.

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"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"luke martin" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"Fifty. Eight hundred range maybe sixty. Two hundred guys don't want the key areas. I think like sixty seven hundred. I think we're just going down though. You know, the one thing that I've really kind of watched and this is something whenever crypto Twitter, it gets a little too onto something a setup and the whole crowd is onto it. Usually it's gonna flop. This is just something you know what? I'm sure many other people have noticed before too. When the whole crowd gets onto one setup in one play, it's usually not gonna work in favor of the crowd who's Mike is just a Muffin around your face. This is just terrible. Dale fixate, Luke fix him, Luke Martin. But here's the thing, right? So everybody's been going on about the Wyckoff accumulation phase. Everyone in their dog is posted a charter boat, right? Oh, look this where we're now going up and we're going to go up and we're going to go over thirteen k and boom. You know what? We've just finished the spring. Well. Everyone's watching that everyone is seeing the same thing. Right? And now you got all of crypto Twitter, getting all excited about this too. So what you know Mr. market wants to flip the bird to as many people as possible. Well, again, let's just dump it as everyone thinks. You know, it's like I think we're setting up to be in that l. l. p. s. zone which would have been, you know, kind of throwback and then it would have gone higher from there and we were getting this throwback. I think there was a lot of people loading up right saying, okay, well, let's get some long because this is the LVS throwback on the Wyckoff accumulation phase is kinda sketch what is now PS throwback that either Nydia last point support or something like that. Fuck of asked me, but it's PSE look at this look at the schematic and. Schematic you look at it. Okay, damn. And everybody is going for this whole point and it's like right on point. It's got to be the exact at up, right? And now it's just gone way low and I think people are like, oh, crap, maybe that's not. Are we going to get another spring another white offspring because everyone was talking about the spring awhile ago. You know, it could have been the spring, but I don't know. Is it going to be the spring or we're gonna have a new spring who the hell knows. Right. So this is the thing when everybody gets a little too onto something little too excited for something. Maybe you gotta start wondering about it. Barney. Yeah, Barney message me and said, why do you guys have to start at three AM. Barney the boy anyways. Yeah, so prince, I can't believe you didn't know that abbreviation you're talking about it. I'm guessing what last point support or something like that? It's been awhile since I really dive deep into Wyckoff, so. Okay. What are you? You don't know what it is that do I asked. Well, don't ask me stupid shipment as stupid questions. Get stupid answer right. Prince, you had a deep why coffees for like all about why it was good for a while until everybody else got into it. Prince crowd in the trades. Why was it was really good for a while and it just it's like, I don't know, you know, and I wasn't the first one to notice it. And this was a few months back there is somebody else on Twitter notice it as like, oh, shit, okay, that's kind of interesting. And then and it was it was, you know, it was playing out and it was playing out nicely. But yeah, whenever somebody whenever the one thing gets a little too crowded, you know, you kind of go to get a little worried and the same goes for coins. Whenever you see a coin, just getting talked about non-stop non-stop. Yeah, yeah, nonstop yet you gotta be a little concerned when you know it's like, okay, everybody in their dog is in this trade with me, is it really going to be that profitable if everybody is in it with me? Well. Yeah, out Rick. Go to hell. So here's someone said in here, bitcoin is tanking because of the delay that would be low roller scratcher, said that, what are you guys thinking that I go ahead and wait until after?.

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