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.
Active in the markets for over 20 years, utilizing technical analysis to try make money for others and have some fun.
Enjoy fly fishing, tuna fishing, golfing, cooking from scratch and good friends.
Big fan of animals, especially dogs!
Indie trader & market technician. I study intermarket analysis and relative strength. I author atmcharts.com and contribute to thetechnicalroom.com & seeitmarket.com. MTA member & CMT Level III candidate.
I'm Steven Chase, battle-tested trader/investor since 1996. Managing Partner Rosemarkie Capital Partners, managed a Barron's recognized small cap newsletter. By day, a Director of Software Engineering at a firm in Northern VA.
detecting an imbalance results in a call
closing your position. Prices will average out!. Therefore :
+ BUY (far) ABOVE the given level
+ SELL (far) BELOW the injurious level.
The lifetime of the level is up to severall days.
I am 35 year old trader using TC2000 custom scans, technical analysis, and some fundamental data (namely earnings) to find fast-moving stocks to go long or short. Please check out my website www.chartswingtrader.com
Jamie Saettele, CMT has been an active trader for 8 years, and is currently Senior Technical Strategist at Forex Capital Markets in New York and author of Sentiment in the Forex Market (Wiley Trading). Risk Disclaimer: http://goo.gl/CR5SFz
Expose yourself to quality setups and you can make money in any market. Be early to locate relative strength, then exit when things get heated. Shorts are also okay. Find weak stocks and position yourself for continuation.
Fundamental & technical trader. This is the personal Twitter account of Becky Hiu and isn't connected in any way to a professional designation or vocation. Opinions are my own. Trade at your own discretion.