Buy good stocks when they're hated. Know what you own so you don't sell on fear. Don't chase. Buy in chunks. Take 1/3 profit on every 15% jump. Watch ends of quarters. Be patient, use settled cash. Have an entry/exit plan and follow it.
I own 90% biotech stocks and in general I'm a longterm investor. I buy often stocks when they are less than a dollar and often sell them when they are 2-4 baggers. My motto for 2015: "Remember to take profit once in a while "!!
Arthur Porcari is a retired former regional stock brokerage firm President with 38 years stock market experience. His finance background includes, three years a stockbroker and two an investment banker with Merrill Lynch, ten years a Regional brokera
Michael Bigger is an investor and a trader who has been involved with trading technologies for more than twenty years. He runs the Bigger Capital Fund, LP and he manages money for many institutional investors.
Fundamental and technical trader. This is the personal Twitter account of Becky Hiu and is not connected in any way to a professional designation or vocation. Opinions are my own. Trade at your own discretion.
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Co-Founder and Chairman of Stocktwits, Founder of Wallstrip (Acquired by CBS), Managing Member of Lindzon Capital Partners (Hedge Fund) & Managing Member of Social Leverage (an early stage web holding company) ...I have lot's of ideas. Toronto boy.
I'm going to warn you right from the get go - I have NO earthly idea what I'm doing. None. No, really. Quit my day job and been F/T trading since June 2013. Have more money than I started with. Substantially more. Better lucky than good? Guess so.