l/s trend follower (weekly/monthly entries/exits w/etfs, high rated ibd stocks)...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)
Trading coach, stock index trader, author, blogger, five kids, six grandkids, and four rescue cats. I have a special interest in the integration of quantitative and discretionary approaches to trading.
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.
University of Chicago MBA, fundamental investor that understands and utilizes technical entry and exits to add value. Specializing in Energy Sector, Value Strategies, Hedge Fund Long/Short Equity Strategies.
I do social media and community @StockTwits. From the bay area, now in Cambridge, MA. Interested in market breadth and shareholder yield. Market cap is my favorite metric. Currently bullish and overweight solar energy.
Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), the largest U.S. options exchange and creator of listed options, continues to set the bar for options trading through product innovation, trading technology and investor education.
Partner at JLFMI, RIA & founder of My401kPro.com I Long-Term Growth Through Active Risk-Mgmt l Original YahooFinance Contributor: jlfmi.tumblr.com l Husband, Father of 3 (oldest is 3)
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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
Carol - seeking profit opportunities in both rising & falling markets, tho I prefer the bull side. Founder of a non-profit German Shepherd Rescue and VP of The Seminar Group. I trade using pocket pivots & O'Neil's CANSLIM methods.