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I trade off of support, breakout patterns, catalysts, and momentum. I will either scalp, scale in intra-day, or will build a position for days anticipating a big move. Love volume. Love under $20 stocks.
Renaissance Capital provides pre-IPO research and global IPO market analytics to institutional investors. The firm manages portfolios of unseasoned equities through the Renaissance IPO ETF (IPO) and the Renaissance International IPO ETF (IPOS).
Full-Time Trader, Part-Time Investor. I like to Trade Sm/Med Cap's. Swing/Hold Med+ (in Trending Mkt's). Regardless of one's Time Horizon it's Essential to Develop a System that Adds to Winners while also Taking Profits along the way
Learn charting, it works-period. But it takes time and practice, EVERY DAY. Stop looking for E Z answers. The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary! And what I do here, I do for FREE. Remember that (or go pay some "genius.")
Read the Reminiscences of a Stock Operator before talking to me. My twits are my and my dog (RIP Nov. 2015) opinions, not advice. I am often wrong and I love it. PS: I DO NOT short single stocks and I do not answer 3x ETFs questions.
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Fiduciary advisor, risk and portfolio manager. Former long/short hedge fund manager. 20+ years of market experience. Started career on Wall Street in the heady 1990s. MBA in Finance from NYU Stern. No investment advice offered, opinions are my own.
Founder and President Dragonfly Capital. Managed Accounts, Premium Service and free blog at Dragonflycap.com, Professional Stock and Option trader, Author, Get my book here http://amzn.to/1gKxEVv, Adjunct Prof at Case Weatherhead School of Management