Full time trader. On Wall St. for over twenty years. Founder long/short hedge fund. Currently manages private accounts and personal money with a long/short strategy. To request my performance, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate Stalter is a columnist for RealMoney.com, MoneyShow.com and Morningstar Advisor. Stalter currently hosts “The Small Cap Roundup” on TFNN.com, every Tuesday and Thursday at 11 a.m. Eastern. You can follow Kate on Twitter @katestalter
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Market technician, analyst and trader with over 25 years experience in global equity, forex and futures markets. Former sales trader to hedge funds/institutions, research analyst, prop trader, buy-side head of desk. Grass looks greener here.
Canslim style, You only learn thru experience. Mkt is like poker/chess. Know the hand your dealt and manage risk accordingly. Try to think a few moves ahead, not like a pawn. Everyday in mkt doesn't matter. Know which ones do. 99% daytraders lose
Carol - seeking profit opportunities in both rising & falling markets, tho I prefer the bull side. Founder of a non-profit German Shepherd Rescue and VP of The Seminar Group. I trade using pocket pivots & O'Neil's CANSLIM methods.
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)
Investing part-time will help lead to wealth accumulation and financial freedom. That's why I do it and aspire to help others do the same. I follow the CAN SLIM methodology.
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lose the ego/opinions! search for best fundamentals and study price/volume action for best entries.
no recommendations, just ideas and examples. do your own research and know your own timeframes. A butterfly causing a tsunami