I only buy stocks that are ready to potentially move soon with tight Stop. I will take small loss quickly when it return back under the trend line or breakout point. http://treenhome.blogspot.com/2013/12/my-stock-trading-is-simple.html
Yes, it's my photo. I am trading and investing my own money, aspiring in creating a hedge fund/conglomerate in the future. I spend 80% of my days working&studying the market/finance. Sundays are sabbatical. Live your dream.
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Managing four global allocation portfolios at GFG Capital with assets over $1 billion. Managed a portion of the Stetson University endowment as a trustee and equity/fixed income analyst. Small Cap analyst KCM.
Trend Trading with Multiple Time Frames. ((Price)) is the True indicator, VWAP, MACD, Volume and TA can always help. Charts are good to set Targets, But ((Price)) only pays. So be flexible that charts can change patterns.
Trading since 1987, Ichimoku disciple with a preference towards trading options, SPY and equities using technical analysis, patterns, fibonacci and CANSLIM mindset. Architect, father, Vietnam Veteran, USN 72-76. Core : Integrity, Honesty, Respect.