Ex ad exec, wrote award winning TV commercials for major agencies NYC, TV scripts in LA. working on a book, & Bartok (piano repertoire).A devout retronaut & happily un-cell phoned.
Mostly a position trader . My posts are NOT stock recommendations.
Trader & investor. Background in international sales & business development and most aspects of corporate & business law. Prefer longer-term trending positions and swing trades; will take short-term positions during times of volatility.
Partner at JLFMI, RIA & founder of My401kPro.com I Blog: jlfmi.tumblr.com l Long-Term Growth Through Active Risk-Mgmt l Husband, Father of 3 (oldest is 3)
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I use tight stops, which I adjust daily. I let winners run, but take half off when my goals hit. I only trade from my watch list and if technicals are right. I try to avoid buying when overbought or outside channel.
I've learned the hard way...
I construct charts to help people capitalize on the excess fear and greed of global investors.
My goal: provide research to help investors enlarge their portfolios regardless of market direction. My approach - TBNM or Tops, Bottoms, No Middles
part time trader for 5 years on Australian ASX. Trading US shares for 3 years. I'm a Full time Doctor in Adelaide South Australia running my own practice I use technical analysis patterns for picking stocks and a 20,50 day EMA