The WOW Factor – Trading Tips from the Master of ‘Wow’

The WOW Factor – Trading Tips from the Master of ‘Wow’

This episode features John Dwyer from The Institute of Wow on how to create the Wow factor in your business. John also shares what Jerry Seinfeld is like in real life and what he learned from working with him. We also hear about Chris Tate’s early trading years from Joseph Barrington Lew and how the US market continues to boom.


The US continues to be the stand out market with the S&P 500 making higher highs.  While the Australian market fell out of bed on Friday at its open and continued to fall, the overarching view of domestic stocks is that they are moderately bullish. Chris is adding to his domestic portfolio but it is a race between snails. Find out how the weakness in the Euro and pound has affected Chris’ FX trading and his trading tips for the US market.



The Master of ‘Wow’ John Dwyer tells us why every business needs a Wow factor and .… he tells us just how to do that.

He says – “Persistence beats intelligence.” The same goes for traders, that’s for sure.

Good marketing has nothing to do with price. Yes… that is right. What brings more Wow to your business is developing free offers completely unrelated to your product.  Hear John’s incredible marketing stories and find out why it is SO important to take the mantle of the expert in your field.

Hear what Jerry Seinfeld is like in real life, what John learned from working with him and how it can be applied to trading education. Hear his passion. Understand that this level of excitement is what it takes to succeed in any professional endeavour.

Look for the similarities between people of achievement and use these similarities to apply to your own life.

To find out more about John and his Wow marketing principles go to:


joseph-barrington-lewHas Chris Tate always been An incorrigible rogue?

Find out about Chris Tate’s early years as a stockbroker from colleague Joseph Barrington Lew (from JBL Risk Manager), as he talks to Louise Bedford (The Trading Game) in Café Conversations.

Did Chris always say it like it is and which record did he set at the stock market?


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Additional Music by Kevin MacLeod


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