Heavily leveraged, only taking positions when a large reward:risk bias skew perceived. Exit quickly after the easy money has been made but press the great moves if out-sized returns are probable via statistically (seemingly) improbable continuation.
Former OptionsXpress Chief of Technology, providing daily stock and options picks with entry and exit points. Recommended by Barron's. Picks based on a quantitative trading system built upon statistical analysis. Try us for Free today.
Trading coach, stock index trader, author, blogger, five kids, six grandkids, and four rescue cats. I have a special interest in the integration of quantitative and discretionary approaches to trading.
Trading equities and options on the basis of finding fundamentally undervalued/overvalued companies that have a technical setup and using options to capitalize on the short term swing trades. Vertical spreads, Iron Condors and Diagonals
David Waldron is author of the upcoming book, "A GREAT PLACE TO LEARN & EARN: An Organizational Effectiveness Model for Career Sector Education's Critical Role in Twenty-First Century Workforce Development." (Country View)
Past 60. Semi-retired. Lifetime investor. Trading options since I was 20. Made avg 100%/yr on pers acct last 3 yrs, grew pension 25%+. Prefer high tech, news value stocks. My style is "patient investing" - buy low, wait for news/growth, sell high.
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The Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) is my personal portfolio, which I share with my value investing subscribers. Portfolio management is as much about controlling losses as it is making money.
I aim to trade from an emotionally balanced place. Think: Golden Mean or the Middle Way - that desirable middle between two extremes, one of excess and the other of deficiency. DT, Swing Trade and LT Growth Plays.