I invest my own money. I have learned and continue to learn everything I know about investing from the social web. I'm here to share ideas, keep track of my ideas, and make new connections.
I was a blue collar worker for 25 years and traded for 10 years before I became a pro. Now I work 10x as hard. It's all worth it tho! My posts are just observations, not cause to take action. Do your own due diligence.
Started daytrading momo in 1997 got humbled in 2000 Hired at WON in 2000 learned CAN SLIM Quit WON in 2005 to trade prop at Assent rode the mega-leveraged daytrading humbled in 2009 Retail 4*1 since 2011 in between I had 2 girls too
Trend trader, mostly options. Gainfully Unemployed. A friend to cats, some dogs & lover of all things 2 wheeled. Avoider of all noise and "gurus". Left handed. Trade with a plan, trade with a system...or plan on giving your money to those that do.
Market technician, analyst and trader with over 25 years experience in global equity, forex and futures markets. Former sales trader to hedge funds/institutions, research analyst, prop trader, buy-side head of desk. Grass looks greener here.
Trend Trader. Price and Volume action only. Longer term for me is until i beleive a cycle and a stocks move is complete. Typically 200d breaks. Prefer fast moving stocks. CANSLIM style with my own twist.
Canslim style, You only learn thru experience. Mkt is like poker/chess. Know the hand your dealt and manage risk accordingly. Try to think a few moves ahead, not like a pawn. Everyday in mkt doesn't matter. Know which ones do. 99% daytraders lose
lose the ego/opinions! search for best fundamentals and study price/volume action for best entries.
no recommendations, just ideas and examples. do your own research and know your own time frames. A butterfly causing a tsunami
Long-term-trader, who since 1989, avoids noise, manages risk, trades price trends, welcomes breakouts & follows mostly WEEKLY Charts, not crowds; Less commentary, no predictions, more trades.