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.
Bob is a graduate of Columbia Business School. He has been a Sr Analyst at Lehman as well as Bear Stearns, where he focused on Internet and technology. Bob then led Internet research at Baron Capital and has been quoted on CNBC and the WSJ.
Aussie Girl (Woman?!) Trader, trading the $EURUSD on 5M charts, and the odd equity. Have a look at my trading blog, it's a bit different than the usual trading blogs - exploring the emotional impact of trading, and no boring charts. Promise ;)
What I do is to determine without emotions major turning points and strong trends of major assets that include global indices, equity sector classes, high liquidity stocks, debts & fixed income, commodities and currencies.