trend follower (mainly monthly entries/exits)...hunt big trends...mma, working out...best advice i've gleaned..."an opinion is not a position; a position is not an opinion", @peterlbrandt (5/3/11 in a blog post)
Greywolf's Chief Technical Analyst, more than 20 years of buy and sell-side experience; Formerly w/ Diamondback, Morgan Stanley, & CBOE Equity options floor trader- Frequent commentator on CNBC, FOX Bus, Bloomberg, BNN- Opinions are my own
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IPOs & financing deals, active portfolio management, HF. Active trader, trading mostly US equity markets, following syndicate calendar closely for IPOs & deals. Pattern recognition human. Frenchman. Active in markets for more than 15 years.
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Using technical analysis (I'm mainly a classical chart trader) to enter positions which respect sound risk and money management protocols.
Swing and position trading. Forex, commodities, stocks & indexes.
Looking for low risk windows of opportunity. Rotating 50k out of long-term SP500 gains: buying into fear on energy plays (high operating leverage + breaking out of 30WMA) Looking to buy at the right price at the right time.
I enjoy reading the tape for what it says. Price, volume, and time are the only variables that matter. Indicators like RSI, MACD, Stochastic Oscillators, Bollinger Bands are based on past price action and are therefore lagging and often misleading
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-.