There’s another week of intelligent guests sharing their market outlook on Benzinga’s #PreMarket Prep broadcast, sponsored by OptionsHouse.

We’ll also be introducing a new maven addition to Benzinga's Marketfy team! But you have to tune in at 8:00 a.m. EST Monday-Friday here to find out who it is.

Monday, August 11, 8:35 a.m.

Adam Sarhan (@adamsarhan), Founder and CEO of Sarhan Capital

Sarhan Capital, a boutique investment and advisory firm, strives to provide intelligent ideas that generate strong returns for its clients in all market environments

9 a.m.

Ryan Detrick (@RyanDetrick), Independent Trader and Market Technician

With nearly 15 years of financial industry experience in the investment and financial services area, Detrick's strengths include short-term trading with an eye toward timely technical- and sentiment-based trading opportunities, and advanced option trading strategies.

9:20 a.m.

Mary Beth Storjohann (@marybstorj), Certified Financial Planner and Founder of Workable Wealth

Mary Beth is shaking up traditional views of financial planning by leveraging technology to work with GenYers across the country to help them make smart choices with their money.

Tuesday, August 12, 8:35 a.m.

Harlan Pyan (@AllAboutTrends), Co-Founder of All About Trends

All About Trends is a subscription-based newsletter service focused on helping individuals secure consistent profits in the market by trading what they see, not what they think, hear or fear.

9 a.m.

Chris Temple (@NatInvestor), Editor/Publisher of "The National Investor"

Chris Temple sees his role as dispensing knowledge to his subscribers; not just information. He analyzes and makes understandable for his readers "macro" events and markets the world over, ultimately coming up with a specific investment game plan that uses asset allocation, ETFs, individual stocks and the like.

9:20 a.m.

Chris Benedict (@DataLend), Vice President of DataLend

DataLend is the securities finance market data division of EquiLend. As DataLend's lead business analyst, project manager and quality assurance expert, Chris Benedict helped oversee the development and subsequent launch of the business in January 2013.

Wednesday, August 13, 8:35 a.m.

Nic Chahine (@racernic), Creating income with options spreads
Nic Chahine will join the show every Tuesday to discuss the week's options outlook.

9 a.m.

William Decker (@DeckerWealth), Chief Investment Officer of LocalShares Inc.

William Decker is the founder and managing member of DeckerWealth Management LLC. Decker’s career experience includes more than 11 years with Morgan Stanley where he served as senior vice president of investments and more than five years with US Trust/Bank of America where he served as senior vice president and private client advisor. At both firms, he focused on wealth management for high net worth individuals and families.

9:20 a.m.

Rev. Emmanuel Lemelson (@Lemelson), Founder and President of Lantern Foundation and Chief Investment Officer of Lemelson Capital Management

Rev. Emmanuel Lemelson writes extensively on the psychology of investment policy as well as on the ethics of contemporary legal and economic issues.
Thursday, August 14, 8:35 a.m.

Fari Hamzei (@HamzeiAnalytics), Founder of Hamzei Analytics

Fari Hamzei joins the show every Thursday, bringing his wealth of knowledge on aggressive equity options and index futures trends.

9 a.m.

Dave Landry (@davelandryTrdr), Trader and Founder at

Dave Landry has been actively trading the markets since the early '90s. In 1995, he founded Sentive Trading, LLC, (, a trading and consulting firm. He is author of "Dave Landry on Swing Trading," "Dave Landry’s 10 Best Swing Trading Patterns & Strategies," and "The Layman’s Guide to Trading Stocks."

9:20 a.m.

JC Parets (@allstarcharts), Founder of Eagle Bay Capital

JC Parets is a money manager, chartered market technician, technical analysis practitioner and blogger.

Friday, August 15, 8:35 a.m.

Rachel Shasha (@Sassy_SPY), Trader and Blogger at Sassy Options
A graduate from both UCLA and USC, Shasha researched the psychology of the markets for over five years. She is currently a full-time trader and regular contributor to The Street. Her main strategy involves trading both short and long-term options using technical analysis, open interest and sentiment/psychology.

9 a.m.

Nate Tobik (@oddballstocks), Investor and Founder of

CompleteBankData is a place for information on banks, banking institutions and bank-holding companies. Nate Tobik also runs, an investment blog that uses research from

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