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.
I'm in it to make money. Not a bear, not a bull. More fun in bear plays, more money more often in bull plays. The news is interesting, but never trade it. Price is funny and highly deceptive. Patience is my weakness - I'm better when I have it.
Risk and portfolio manager. Former long/short hedge fund manager and prop trader. 20 years of market experience. Started career on Wall Street in the heady 1990s. MBA in Finance from NYU Stern. @seeitmarket contributor. Opinions are my own.
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.
Proud bull, trade distressed stocks & explain every move I make on Stocktwits. Long: tech, oil, aerospace, media, telecom, hospitality, & the consumer. I buy lows & sell highs. Follow me 4 play by play analysis on any of my investments.
Vance is a private investor and consultant whose interests include macroeconomic forecasting, investor psychology, and the development of volatility as an asset class. His investment activities include trading index ETFs and volatility related ETPs
Iâ€™ve got 25 years writing about the capital markets under my belt. And even more important to you, a 16-year track record at picking stocks. As of December 31, 2009 my Jubakâ€™s Picks portfolio has returned 282% since inception in May 1997.