Expose yourself to quality setups and you can make money in any market. Be early to locate relative strength, then exit when things get heated. Shorts are also okay. Find weak stocks and position yourself for continuation.
Pro. use technical analysis to look for stocks w/ short-term price momentum. Not interested in fundamental or intrinsic value of stocks, but rather in their trends and patterns.
*Note: In this Economy-.
CMT CFP 19yrs in industry, Found charts in 2000, hooked ever since. Founding partner at Barber Lackey Financial Group & Presidium Capital. No recommendations, just ideas......do your homework. Personal: Husband, Dad and Motorhead
Eli started trading futures in 2005. He is a former college football player. Those skills helped transition into trading. From the moment he stepped foot on the trading floor he knew he wanted to be a trader.