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"Do not worry about your difficulties in Mathematics. I can assure you mine are still greater. Albert Einstein"
No suggesting to buy or sell. Trade at your own risk.
My strategy is to utilize the magic of compounding by dividend investing in a diversified portfolio of wonderful businesses at reasonable prices for the long run. What's the moat? I eat my own cooking---->see stocks I'm following
I play stocks between $1 to $15 dollars low risk entries that have potential to pop and run. My time frame is 1 day to 3 month hold time. All picks have defined risk and profit taking rules. do your own DD. my personal picks only
Standpoint Capital is a private, equity analysis firm. Our research process combines a top-down and bottom-up analytical approach as well as quantitative. In addition, we provide access to pre-ipo private equity funds in brand name tech companies.
J.C. Parets is the Founder & President of Eagle Bay Capital, LLC. and the Senior Editor of Allstarcharts.com. He Earned the Chartered Market Technician designation (CMT) and is a member of the Market Technicians Association.
Options - nothing but options. I recommend short term option plays. Only in for 1 - 7 days so quick money and get out. I'll tell you when to enter and exit. Email me at email@example.com if you have questions.
I am breaking all the diversification rules right now by keeping almost 90% of my money in AIG. I used to hold ARR or AGNC, but I have switched to AIG in Sept 2012.
Portfolio contents at 12/31/2013
AIG (92%) BAC(4%) BRK.B(2%), AGNC (2%) ARR(1.5%)
Robert Burger's goal is to help traders reach their full potential by using technical analysis. Robert broadcasts a live video Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday from 4 pm â€“ 4:30 pm EST. at http://technicalanalysistrader.com
Market psychology is a primary to me.
I look at the charts as a secondary and only to help me better understand the market psychology.
If bulls/bears claim to be 100% right, I'll probably bet against them, given the business model.