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      Sp3cul8r
      Interested in trading systems since 1996... in early to mid 2016, I completely stopped trading individual stocks barring a few small trades in long term accounts. After much research & backtesting, I now trade a SPY option spread system. Good luck!
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      I tweet about biotech on Twitter, everything else on StockTwits.
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      Renaissance Capital provides pre-IPO research and global IPO market analytics to institutional investors. The firm manages portfolios of unseasoned equities through the Renaissance IPO ETF (IPO) and the Renaissance International IPO ETF (IPOS).
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      Catalystrader
      Catalyst
      Professional risk taker & risk manager. Equity trader. Christian. Husband. Father. Libertarian. Underdog. Traveler. Always in a hurry. Never perfect. Habenero addict
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      Peter L Brandt. Classical chart trader since 1981. Author, #1 book, Diary of a Professional Commodity Trader. Trading real markets with real money in real time.
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      #FuturesRadio
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      Kid Dynamite
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      Ali Meshkati
      I analyze. I invest. I write. Small cap focus. Distressed, restructured, murky opportunities. Intermediate/long-term horizon. T11 Capital Management.
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      Darcy Keith is Investment Editor of Canada's Globe and Mail and has covered financial markets for 23 years. He was previously Yahoo Canada's senior finance editor, Canwest's national biz editor, and a correspondent for Knight-Ridder Financial News.
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      TheFibDoctor
      David Busick
      I do one thing and I do it very well; precise Fibonacci entry levels. Co-developer of "One shot - One kill" method. Contributor to See It Market. Lover of the blues ! Stay humble or the market will humble you.
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      David Merkel Official Account
      David J. Merkel, CFA is Principal of the equity asset management firm Aleph Investments, LLC, and writes The Aleph Blog.
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      CNBC
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      Marc Eckelberry
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      Danan Kirby Official Account
      U.S Army Vet. & Former Regulator. Current Institutional Client of Various Wall St. Firms. (Buy-Side) Low Volume High Quality Posts With An Institutional Perspective. Posts Not Investment Advice. This is Infotainment
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      Bidness Etc Official Account
      New age platform for latest in finance & everything else. Through Bidness Etc, we're bringing the 99% back in the loop by presenting the best financial research in the simplest and most creative ways possible.
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      QuantifiableEdge
      Vision
      Don't expect the market to behave exactly the same way twice. The market is an artist, not a computer. It has a repertoire of basic behavior patterns that it subtly modifies, combines and springs unexpectedly on its audience --- Wyckoff