MoneytreeTradingCo

Deborah Knighton Joined Jan 15, 2013

Retired early to begin my second career as a full time trader. Active options swing trader and intraday trader. Charts and IBD grades are my main resources. I value hard work, discipline, and fun. Never stop learning and love what you do!

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    Ares77manoe
    Sig.Corleone
    Don't get set into one form, adapt it and build your own, and let it grow, be like water. Be water, my friend.
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    David Winchell
    I am a simple man who loves his family. My passions in life are golf, playing the stock market, and helping others manage their own money.
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    Pat Camillo
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    Mike Jacks
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    molarband
    James
    Options trader. Trade based on fundamentals and technical analysis.
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    dan aram
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    mare berg
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    richard taylor
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    Value4money
    RP
    Full Time Trader
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    Chris Evans
    I have little trading experience but I'm a big fan of money. I like it, I use it, I have a little. I keep it in a jar on top of my refrigerator. I'd like to put more in that jar.
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    Felix Fudge
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    Glen Kutsovsky
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    kimanga
    Decided to track on of my accounts. Gonna mostly do credit spreads in there. http://profit.ly/user/Kimanga?aff=2419
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    Ram Charan
    I respond only to my followers.
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    Bruce Levin
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    cmostox
    CO
    "The inability to sell when one should, often when one "knows" one should, repeated time and again by amateur and Wall Streeters alike, has all the earmarks of neurotic behavior." Justin Mamis