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.
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Currently a law student. But fascinated with market. Im too busy so I just prefer a quick alert to inform me when and what to buy for less than a cup of Starbucks. If link broken, Google the domain name: http://stockmastergeneral.blogspot.com/
Prop trader and co-founder of SMB Capital and SMBU. Focus is intraday and swing. Specialize in top momentum stocks as well as those with fresh news catalysts. Broadcast live every trading day as part of SMB Trader90
Full time trader, mostly WTI. Worked in the aerospace industry as an engineer for almost 10 years before burning out and leaving. Trading is how I make my living but I spend the majority of my day woodworking, baking or gardening.
27 yo swing trader w/+4 yrs of experience. Continually learning & being humbled by the Mrkets. Bio Degree. ENJOYS: charting w/Creativity. STRENGTHS: Squeezing out profit. Tweets are opinions not advice.
Technical trader focusing on Swing and Momentum Trades. Opinions or trades here at Stocktwits or in my blog are my own. No affiliation to any organization. Disclaimer: No recommendations/ideas. Trade at your own discretion.
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I look for the best risk/reward opportunities, both long and short. Tech: National IT Manager, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. Finance: Prudential Securities, then 14 years trading. Posts are not investment advice. Invest at your own risk.