I construct charts to help people capitalize on the excess fear and greed of global investors.
My goal: provide research to help investors enlarge their portfolios regardless of market direction. My approach - TBNM or Tops, Bottoms, No Middles
Vice President for the American Association of Individual Investors and AAII Journal Editor. Speaker, WSJ Expert Panelist, regular guest on Your MoneyLife (@MoneyLifeShow), author of Better Good than Lucky, and KU alum.
Dan has been active in finance, strategy & business building for more than two decades. He has focused on technology & media for most of that time. His notes are here & in his book, The Age of Convergence (2013).
Partner at JLFMI, RIA & founder of My401kPro.com I Long-Term Growth Through Active Risk-Mgmt l Original YahooFinance Contributor: jlfmi.tumblr.com l Husband, Father of 3 (oldest is 3)
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Interested in market breadth and shareholder yield. Market cap is my favorite metric. Currently bullish and overweight investment firms and Bill Gross. Previously: solar. From the Bay Area, now in Cambridge, MA.
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).
Author, Market Technician at miAnalysis, Inc. I started my career in markets in 1999 and analyze stocks, ETFs, bonds, forex and commodities. Comments are not recommendations. Lucky husband, proud father. Future Ironman.
I am an adrenaline junkie who has combined love of technology, research and data analysis into a new passion for investing in the stock market. Position trader. I follow both fundamentals and technicals to make informed investment decisions.
Mercenary Trader: Timely market commentary, valuable resources for current and aspiring traders, awesome interviews and free special reports, high quality materials on the psychology, theory and practice of trading, and more.
Pro. use technical analysis to look for stocks w/ short-term price momentum. Not interested in fundamental or intrinsic value of stocks, but rather in their trends and patterns.
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