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Kurt Schemers

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Kurt Schemers readies to discuss "Magical Disney boosts it stock dividend" piece for Market Flash.[1]

Kurt Schemers is the founder, creator, and host of Traders Nation, which was launched in 2001 with Tom Allinder as co-host. Traders Nation is a syndicated television talk show for smallcap stocks, financial market news, and household name guests that is broadcast nationwide to 48-50 million households across 210 markets.

Early life and family[edit]

Schemers is the youngest of seven brothers and sisters was born in Detroit, Michigan. In 1971, at the age of 6, his family moved to Arizona. He has been married for 30 years and has two sons.


Schemers broadcast coverage of small cap stocks started in 2001 with the creation of Traders Nation. His guests have included Willie Nelson, Steve Forbes, Ken Fisher, Larry Winget, Former US Treasury Under Secretary John B. Taylor, Congressman Mickey Edwards, and former Iraqi Minister of Defense and Finance Ali A. Allawi. Schemers created Market Flash, first announced January 21, 2005, which is syndicated to stations over the internet, mobile apps, and through commercial radio stations.

Schemers started his terrestrial on-air career in Phoenix, Arizona, on 1190 AM, a NBC affiliate station. Traders Nation is syndicated on cable television nationally through the AMGTV syndication group.[1]


Schemers was instrumental in the development of two broadcast media programs and trading tools. One of them was ProXstream, an online trading platform for the professional trader. ProXstream, a trading tool and media player became a highly sought-after application which became a “Popular Download” at Download.com owned by CNET, a CBS Interactive Inc. company. The other was a “Dual Broadcast Media Player”.[2]


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