Samuel Miller, 57, is a full-time trader in the U.S. stock market, as well as a Disability Studies specialist.. He was born with cerebral palsy and is a graduate of McGill University's English Department.
Student of the markets since 1998.
My favorite set ups to trade, gaps, climactic plays, base B/O/D, momentum, pattern and trend failures.
Exploiting psychology of the masses seen through chart patterns.
Trading style: Investing to scalping.
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 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.
Trend trading with Multiple Time Frames. Price is the best indicator, VWAP, MACD, Volume and TA always help. Charts are good to set targets, but Price only pays. So always be flexible that charts can change patterns.
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