Not long ago a Wall-Street-Hedge-Fund-Finance-MBA guy, now a momentum trader. Father, husband, mediocre soccer player, numbers geek with a lousy sense of humor. Obsessed with risk management, tries hard to "make money every day"
Mark Arbeter joined Standard & Poor’s in 1987. Mark became S&P’s chief technical analyst in 1995 and is now S&P Capital IQ's chief technical strategist. Mark is the Chairperson for the Market Technicians Association admission committee.
I am a long term investor that concentrates mainly on fundamentals but will also pay attention to technical levels. I like high quality dividend payers but will dabble with some swing trading of speculative stocks. Part owner of CreditJeeves.com.
Started with $1mm in May of 2009, portfolio now $5.7mm.
Invested a $1mm inheritance into high quality U.S. Companies with a long term outlook. Learning to hedge my portfolio. Trade options in a cash account.
Long-term-trader who since ’89, avoids noise, trades price trends, manages risk, welcomes breakouts & follows mostly WEEKLY Charts — not crowds; Less commentary, no predictions, more trades.