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.
Daily chart alerts, trade inside bar on all time frames, Use Fibonacci levels & 8/21 expotential moving averages to trim/trail buy/add on break/close above resistance, buy bullish reversals with upside.
Although I hold a core of diversified long-term investments, I enjoy dabbling into spec plays & day-trades. I seek market overreactions, undervalued stocks, good yielders & growth opportunities.
The ultimate goal is making money / using money.
The JXM Database offers a non biased tool that is used to uncover stocks for superior future returns. The database is set up to rank the stocks against each other and the market with the final top ranks representing the best purchase opportunities
I twits real time to buy stocks that are ready to potentially move soon. I will take small profit 1/2 (make break even point down) swing remainder 1/2 pos . I will take small loss quickly when it return back under the trend line or breakout point.
Study. Learn. Thrive. (shorting ignorance). The key to successful trading is owning due diligence. NEVER trade based on my opinions but rather yours. Wishing all my brothers and sisters success, wealth, and health... Cheers!!
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Blogger, trader, trading system developer and book author. Developer of Price Action Lab, a pattern recognition and strategy development software program. Tweets are not investment advice and subject to disclaimer on my website.
Past: Former Co-Founder of financial advisory firm, clients in the Americas, Europe & Asia | Present: Ultra Aggressive Beta Select | Near Future: Bulge Bracket Market Maker | Stock Market Rule 1: Never bet against my desk. Rule 2: Remember Rule 1.