Radio | Podcasts

TFNN radio programs available via Podcast

 

If you already have the software to handle a podcast, you can use the following links to manually add our feeds:

Radio Programs

The Traders Edge: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tte.xml

The Money Masters: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tmm.xml

The Bull/Bear Binary Option Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/bbb.xml

The Tiger Technicians Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tth.xml

The Futures Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tfh.xml

Trade What You See: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tws.xml

Living A Primal Lifestyle: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/lpl.xml

The Diagnostic Trading Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/dth.xml

The Power Trading Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/pth.xml

The Commodities Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tch.xml

The Tom O'Brien Show: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tos.xml

Videos

The Tom O'Brien Show Video: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/video.xml

Interviews

The Amy Smith (IBD) Interviews: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/ibd.xml

If you use iTunes, simply type "TFNN" into the search bar of the Podcast directory and it will display all of TFNN's podcasts.  Then click on "Subscribe" for each show you would like iTunes to automatically download for you.

 
 

If you don't know much about podcasting or how to get the radio shows delivered automatically to your computer, keep reading.

Podcasting

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"Podcasting" is a web-based broadcast medium. Audio files (most commonly in MP3 format) are made available online in a way that allows software to automatically detect the availability of new files (generally via RSS), and download the files for listening at the user's convenience.

The word "podcasting" is a portmanteau of the words iPod and broadcasting. A podcast is like an audio magazine subscription: a subscriber receives regular audio programs delivered via the internet, and can listen to them at their leisure.

Podcasts differ from traditional internet audio in two important ways. In the past, listeners have had to either tune in to web radio on a schedule, or they have had to search for and download individual files from webpages. Podcasts are much easier to get. They can be listened to at any time because a copy is on the listener's computer or portable music player (hence the "pod" in "podcasting"), and they are automatically delivered to subscribers, so no active downloading is required.

How do I download the show?

There are two ways for you to download "The Tom O'Brien Show".

Option 1: Direct Selection - Go to the appropriate mp3 download page for the show you want to access:

Radio Programs

The Traders Edge: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tte.xml

The Money Masters: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tmm.xml

The Bull/Bear Binary Option Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/bbb.xml

The Tiger Technicians Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tth.xml

The Futures Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tfh.xml

Trade What You See: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tws.xml

Living A Primal Lifestyle: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/lpl.xml

The Diagnostic Trading Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/dth.xml

The Power Trading Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/pth.xml

The Commodities Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tch.xml

The Tom O'Brien Show: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tos.xml

Videos

The Tom O'Brien Show Video: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/video.xml

Interviews

The Amy Smith (IBD) Interviews: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/ibd.xml

and find the show you would like to download.  Instead of clicking on the show with your left mouse button, use the right mouse button and then left click on "Save Target As".  Select the file name and destination folder where you would like to store the show, and click save.

Option 2: With an Aggregator - First you will need an RSS Aggregator, which is a piece of software you set up to go find and download the files you want.  There are many options for this, however, we recommend this great cross-platform podcast receiver, and it's FREE:

Download iPodder, the cross-platform podcast receiver

Once you have the iPodder software installed, use the following URLs to manually add our radio shows to your list:

Radio Programs

The Traders Edge: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tte.xml

The Money Masters: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tmm.xml

The Bull/Bear Binary Option Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/bbb.xml

The Tiger Technicians Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tth.xml

The Futures Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tfh.xml

Trade What You See: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tws.xml

Living A Primal Lifestyle: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/lpl.xml

The Diagnostic Trading Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/dth.xml

The Power Trading Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/pth.xml

The Commodities Hour: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tch.xml

The Tom O'Brien Show: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/tos.xml

Videos

The Tom O'Brien Show Video: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/video.xml

Interviews

The Amy Smith (IBD) Interviews: http://www.tfnn.com/podcasts/ibd.xml

You can then set the schedule to have the iPodder download the show for you at whatever time you choose.  Set it to work while you sleep, and you will be ready to take the show with you when you wake up.

What if I am having trouble?

We will continue to add helpful information to our site concerning this new service as time goes on.  In the meantime, feel free to call our office at 877-518-9190 or email mike@tfnn.com with any questions you have.  And of course, please tell your friends and fellow traders that this service is available so they may benefit from it as well.  We have also listed a few FAQ's about "Podcasts" and the "iPodder" software courtesy of The iPodder Lemon Team.

What is iPodder? What can I use it for?

iPodder is technically a "Media Aggregator," a program that allows you to select and download audio files from anywhere on the Internet to your desktop.

iPodder makes the process easy by helping you select audio files from among the thousands of audio sources on the web and downloading those files to your computer. Once you select a feed or location, it will download those files automatically at times you specify and have the files waiting for you on your computer, so you don't have to spend a lot of time manually selecting and waiting for downloads. You can play your selected audio files using iTunes or other "jukebox" software, or load them on to your iPod or other portable digital media player to play anytime you want.

How does iPodder work?

iPodder uses RSS (really simple syndication) to "feed" files to
your computer. RSS usually involves headlines and text, but we've devised a way to have it move audio files. Once you've installed iPodder, you can select podcasts to subscribe to in two different ways: Either clicking the selection button to see a directory of available podcasts or enter a URL for a podcast you've found on your own. You can set the scheduling options so that iPodder scans for new downloads as often as you like, or you can control it manually. When it is done downloading new files, it adds them to your library, all ready to be played or synched to your MP3 device.

Do I need an iPod to use iPodder?


No, you can use your computer or any other MP3 player. iPodder is
platform-independent, so you can use it from virtually any computer and play the files on any MP3 device.

What systems does iPodder run on?

IPodder runs on the Mac, Windows, and Linux. For OS specifications see the download section.

What are podcasts?

Podcasts are audio broadcasts created and stored digitally on the Internet. Instead of being broadcast over the airwaves once and lost, like with traditional radio, podcasts were created to be stored and played at the user's convenience. Think of them as radio shows waiting to be downloaded. There are currently thousands of podcasts available covering everything from automobiles to rock 'n roll.
 

 
     
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