All posts are only my humble opinion. I do a lot of DD and learn every day. One thing is for sure- the market is a beast of vultures that will trample anything in their way for a string of meat left on a bone. I trust in a Higher Kingdom.
The market is a bloodsucker, so adopt a system you are comfortable with and leave emotions at the door. I mostly swing trade using technicals, but now and then invest longer term if I find a Fat Pitch.
BEEN INVESTING SINCE 1990 ,AVOID THE NOISE WHETHER ITS PUMPING OR BASHING DO YOUR OWN DUE DILIGENCE FOLLOW WHAT PRICE AND VOLUME ARE TELLING YOU AND MOST IMPORTANTLY OPTIONS AND WHAT INSIDERS TRANSACTIONS ARE TELLING YOU Buy , Hold , Prosper
Pharmacist investor for 10 yrs. Mostly biotech/specialty. Oncology generally too hard. Stay diversified but overweight cheap large caps that make ton of $ as a hedge. Index/REITS too. Keep the spec biotechs <5% allocation to sleep at night!
Formerly spending a long career with a major multinational investment firm in a stock trading capacity, I am now retired and earn most of my income through dividends and by collecting option premiums in my investment portfolios.
Primary interest is Bio with intriguing pipelines that have large growth potential. I attempt to hold >50% of positions LT unless negative data, mgmt. concerns, or known negative events. Diversify and only trade in spec what you can lose.
Swing/position trader. Co-organizer of the Orange County Stocktwits Meetup group. Bought my first stock at age 19 (2008) and had no idea what I was doing. Studied the markets since then and began trading successfully since 2012.
I'm a 29 year industry veteran who self-published a book in late 2007 predicting the 2008 collapse (later published by John Wiley & Sons). I just wrote another book in 2015 calling for another market crash(see URL).