I don't buy into any one philosophy in trading equities: CANSLIM, Darvas, Peter Lynch, et al. All have good clues. Sewing them together is the key ~ I could be wrong...but I don't think so. (PS: I do not have cable and do not watch CNBC/FOX Business)
I consider myself an all around trader. I not only day-trade / swing-trade using technical analysis. I also build long term positions with companies that I feel are strong businesses. Market Manipulation Always in Mind. Shake before the Bake
Computer Science Major; Mostly trade stocks; I use chart and price action to decide entry and exit points. The market has been good to me and it can also be good to you if you know how to navigate it.
Focus on SP500 stocks, ETFs, and SPTSX 60 stocks. Other stocks considered when the fundamentals and technicals warrant it. Time frame - the trend dictates the time frame. Sell premium around positions.
Tactical Trend Trader - Futures intraday trading, liquid options for swings, & position trades in equities. E-mini S&P, Crude oil, & Euro are my primary futures markets. I use fundamentals & sentiment to find solid trends in equities. $$
Fell into trading by inheritance over two years ago. Hold business master's degree which has come in handy to an extent. Been learning a great deal about trading and love it. Aim is to get better at it and, of course, make some significant $$$$.