Christopher Vecchio is a currency analyst for DailyFX. With a background in political science and law, he focuses on the interrelationships between geopolitical events and macroeconomic trends.
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.
Dropout from a Computer Science and a Psychology degree. Worked with reputable tech companies (Fortune 100) since the age of 18. I couldn't imagine to be where I'm at without following "the saying"
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. Trading success is all about good defense: "It's About How Much You Don't Lose"
I construct charts to help people capitalize on the excess fear and greed of global investors.
My mission...provide research that could help investors enlarge their portfolios regardless of market direction.
Market technician, analyst and trader with over 25 years experience in global equity, forex and futures markets. Former sales trader to hedge funds/institutions, research analyst, prop trader, buy-side head of desk. Grass looks greener here.
EquiStar's portfolios use a fundamental, bottom-up research approach. 12-years market experience.
**posts are not a recommendation to buy or sell any particular security or any endorsement to do so there of**
Staying consistent & disciplined is key. Always identify your R/R & think where others R/R could be as well. Don't over-complicate things! -> Buy support, sell resistance. Charts are simple. All my trades are TA based.
Providing option trade ideas for the avid trader based on years of technical analysis experience. I look for explosive moves in big beta stocks that can last for few minutes or a few days and use weekly options only.