The JXM Database offers a non biased tool that is used to uncover stocks for superior future returns. The database is set up to rank the stocks against each other and the market with the final top ranks representing the best purchase opportunities
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.
Trading stocks and options for 15 years. Stopped Daytrading 5 years ago and started longer term trading (Buy and Hold) Should have done that from the beginning :-). Also Huge soccer fan, and supporter of my talented son!!
Trading the stock market for more than 20 years using technical analysis. Mostly swing trade and position trade. For live commentary and chart postings during US trading hours, follow me at twitter @smtraderCA
I twits real time to buy stocks that are ready to potentially move soon. I will take small profit 1/2 (make break even point down) then swing for rest 1/2 . I will take small loss quickly when it return back under the trend line or breakout point.
Majority (75%) of portfolio is used for long-term holds; rest is day/swing trades. Averaging UP is best method to accumulating wealth in the market. Patience (not stubborness) has taken a long time for me to learn, but has given me good gains.
Read the Reminiscences of a Stock Operator before talking to me. My twits are my and my dog opinions, not advice. I am often wrong and I love it. PS: I DO NOT short single stocks and I do not answer 3x ETFs questions.
â€œThe naive believe everything, but a wise man looks well into a matter.â€ -King Soloman *Proverbs 14:15* I've been trading stocks and commodities for a couple years now. I also sell cars and can deliver to any state in America.
Energy Trading / NG3 DGAZ UGAZ GASX GASL and Many More!
"Do not worry about your difficulties in Mathematics. I can assure you mine are still greater. Albert Einstein"
No suggesting to buy or sell. Trade at your own risk.