26 year Wall Street veteran. Investing since 19. Former Chief Technical Strategist for major Wall Street Firm. CMT. Former head of the MTA Admissions Committee. Shortlisted in 2013 as one of the best technicians for an equity research firm.
Bob is a graduate of Columbia Business School. He has been a Sr Analyst at Lehman as well as Bear Stearns, where he focused on Internet and technology. Bob then led Internet research at Baron Capital and has been quoted on CNBC and the WSJ.
Technical trader focusing on Swing and Momentum Trades. Opinions or trades here at Stocktwits or in my blog are my own. No affiliation to any organization.
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The Future is ETFs. A $3T Mkt. Sectors always outperform Indexes. Money Flow Indicators show sectors to buy.
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Trend follower, portfolio manager, market technician. Former sales trader to hedge funds/institutions, research analyst, prop trader, buy-side head of desk. Only took 25 years to find what works for me. Always learning.
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Veteran trader, CIO of Waverly Advisors, and author of The Art and Science of Technical Analysis (2012). Perspectives on financial markets, the process of learning to trade, risk, peak performance, and life.
CEO and founder of Market Prophit. We analyze conversations in social media and generate real-time sentiment (bullish/bearish) signals & buzz. We also quantitatively score and rank financial bloggers based on the accuracy of their stock calls.