Have actively traded and invested in stocks for the past 16 yrs. Corporate experience at JP Morgan in the Investment Bank, and for the Rockefeller family. Currently forming a limited partnership with select investors.
An enthusiast offering clear-eyed commentary on AAPL (and Apple Inc.) without pretense. (That's the goal, anyway.) Please note, I make no claim of expertise. Typically long AAPL. Trying to "combine" fundamentals and technicals to...uncertain effect
I don't buy into any one philosophy in trading equities: CANSLIM, Darvas, Peter Lynch, et al. All have good clues. Sewing them together is the key ~ I could be wrong...but I don't think so. (PS: I do not have cable and do not watch CNBC/FOX Business)
I believe the working person should have the same chances as a full time trader; to sit back and make a passive income. With anything in life less is more, I believe you do not need to micromanage your position if you have proper risk management.
Investment Professional for a private equity fund. Personally investing in startups (and some misunderstood/undervalued growth equities.)
Co-started an iPhone-only app on the side. Ideas shared are only my own.