I invest my own money. I have learned and continue to learn everything I know about investing from the social web. I'm here to share ideas, keep track of my ideas, and to make new connections.
I was a blue collar worker for 25 years and traded for 10 years before I became a pro. Now I work 10x as hard. It's all worth it tho!
My posts are just observations, not cause to take action. Do your own due diligence.
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
Founder and CEO of Stocktwits, Founder of Wallstrip (Acquired by CBS), Managing Member of Lindzon Capital Partners (Hedge Fund) and Managing Member of Social Leverage (an early stage web holding company) ...I have lot's of ideas. Toronto boy.
After 20 years of reviewing every stock in the S & P every night, my work is based on the premises of full time frame contiuity and the belief that vehicles trade in a continuing series of broadening formations.
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.
Successful ETF Swing Trader. Trading this "mean reversion" approach for the past five years. Posting my trades 30 minutes before the Close every day, with over 90% win rate. www.ETFSwingTrader.net
I first started trend following 18 years ago. I wanted to know who was succeeding and what they were doing. My broker told me the most successful client of his company was a dentist who trend followed.
Technical trader. Who says market can't be timed? We will beat the market every single year hands down without a doubt. Check out http://thinkingtrades.com for the premium service and blog posts
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