Tom Busby

Tom has been a professional securities trader and broker since the late 1970s, and founded the ​Diversified Trading Institute (“DTI”) in 1996. Tom started with Merrill Lynch in 1980 and in 1984 became Vice President of Smith Barney.

Quoted and published in Active Trader magazine, Tom actively trades and invests in stocks and options. He’s made guest appearances on CNN, First Business News,, and Steve Crowley’s American Scene Radio.

Recognized as one of the first educators to trade live in front of an audience, Tom authored “Winning the Day Trading Game”, “Trade to Win”, and “The Markets Never Sleep”.


Alright Folks… It’s That Time Again!

Four years ago, I introduced my viewers to my Sawgrass Portfolio. Since that initial launch date, those who have been smart enough...

Bail On These 2 Tech Giants

This should come as no surprise, but the single best sector to outperform the overall market right now is the tech sector. 

Strong Economic Data Tampering With Optimism

Global shares mostly dropped this morning as investors have become increasingly cautious after major indices closed out their best quarters in years. 

Biggest Divergence Since February

The world stock market is rather subdued this morning as the global number of confirmed virus cases topped 10 million...

I’m Working This Weekend So You Don’t Have To!

It may be the weekend, but that doesn’t mean I’m slowing down! I’ve got my eye on the market and I want to tell you what I’m seeing…

Big Data and Two Hot Momentum Stocks 

Markets gained momentum this morning after the Fed decided to ease rules restricting banks’ powers to invest in hedge funds and other similar areas that could ultimately help boost bank profits. 

These Are the Weakest Stocks and Sectors

Asian shares are mostly on the rise this morning thanks to another boost from Wall Street; however, fears of a second virus wave continue to spread across the globe. 

How I’m Playing This Unpredictable Market

I’ll be the first one to admit that the market is unpredictable, but staying up on daily happenings is vital to acting fast and being profitable.

Crucial Part Of The Puzzle

It looks like the week is going to end on a high note for investors.