Nino Tovar and his trading partners are set to debut their list of trading partners for the second time in less than a month.

The list will air on The Big Bang Theory on Friday, May 20, at 11:00 p.m.

ET on CBS.

Tovars’ team of former Goldman Sachs traders, former JP Morgan traders and other industry experts will join the podcast on May 22, where they will discuss their experiences with the Nino trade.

In the latest episode of the podcast, Tovaris and other Nino trading partners discussed the trade, which was not one of their trading partners’ best trades.

In a follow-up episode, Tivaris and his partners will discuss why they made the trade.

“The trading partners on the NINO trade were a bunch of ex-Goldman Sachs traders,” Tovarias said in a press release announcing the podcast.

“And they were just like, ‘This is really interesting, let’s go talk to the team.'”

Tovaro also said in the press release that the trading partners also “expressed a desire to help the podcast and the podcast listeners learn more about the industry.”

The Nino Trade The Ninos Trading Partners, who were also in the podcast interview, will be joined by a host of industry insiders who previously traded in the financial industry.

These include former Goldman trader Kevin Czuchry, former JPMorgan trader and author Mike Chappell, and former JPMorgan senior analyst Eric Zeng.

“Nino is not a bad person, he’s a great person, and he’s also one of the best trading partners in the history of Wall Street,” Tivar said in an interview with Yahoo Finance.

“I have never been a trading partner of his, but it was definitely one of his best trades.”

Tovares wife, the actor Nicole Kidman, will also be in the interview.

“It was like a dream come true for the Ninos,” Kidman said of being on the podcast with Tovarian and his fellow traders.

“There are people in the industry that I have been lucky enough to be a trading companion to that are just as knowledgeable as I am and we had a lot of fun.

I think it will be a great podcast.”

The trading partners, who will be on the show alongside former Goldman traders, are also set to reveal their trading strategies.

“In my opinion, trading is a really, really simple process.

It is the same thing that any other business is,” Tovias said.

“The only difference is you do it in a much different way.

It’s a totally different business model, it’s a completely different way of doing things.”

The podcast will also feature interviews with former Goldman investors including Paul Tudor Jones, whose brother Jeff Tudor was a partner at Goldman Sachs.

Toviars trading partners include former JPMorgan traders Jason Davis, Kevin Tovarro, James Cone, and Josh Miller.