Vice President for the American Association of Individual Investors and AAII Journal Editor. Author of Better Good than Lucky - How Savvy Investors Create Fortune with the Risk-Reward Ratio (W&A Publishing/Traders Press Inc.)
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.
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Bob has 30 years of trading experience and a CMT designation from the Market Technician's Association. He is a Registered Investment Advisor and has degrees in Finance from Fordham University and the University of Michigan Ross School of Business.
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.
*Note: In this Economy-.