Sharing my daytrading ideas. Entry and Exit signals for stocks on the fly. If you mirror my trades, never go all in on first buy signal as I tend to scale in and out of trades. ** Don't wait for my signal to sell all the time.
J.C. Parets is the Founder & President of Eagle Bay Capital, LLC. and the Senior Editor of Allstarcharts.com. He Earned the Chartered Market Technician designation (CMT) and is a member of the Market Technicians Association.
Former OptionsXpress Chief of Technology, providing daily stock and options picks with entry and exit points. Recommended by Barron's. Picks based on a quantitative trading system built upon statistical analysis. Try us for Free today.
Questions? My E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (702) 490 5317 I have been a trader and TradeStation programer for 20 years. My stock trading systems are outside the box and I post them on the web every day along with a video.
I am a full time blogger & stock trader. Technical analysis & charts are the foundation to my trading. I enjoy teaching & helping others become better.
I am the #1 Most Followed member of the largest small cap message board in the world: "iHub"
Co-Founder and Chairman of Stocktwits, Founder of Wallstrip (Acquired by CBS), Managing Member of Lindzon Capital Partners (Hedge Fund) & Managing Member of Social Leverage (an early stage web holding company) ...I have lot's of ideas. Toronto boy.
James had served as Editor-in-Chief of what became the very first leading independent website based on the CANSLIM ® investment system. Each Sunday you can hear as part of the "Your Money Matters" radio program on ABC and CBS radio networks.
MechEngineer w/Finance MBA. Technical swing trader. Use this to keep trading notes for personal improvement. Audi lover. Student of wine, beer, scotch, tequila, & cigars. Decent cook. Dedicated foodie.
70% Options Trader and 30% Swing trader. Here to share ideas and meet some great people.
My favorite strategies.
1. Throw hope out the window and trade to a plan.
2. Follow the volume in and follow the volume out.
3. Respect stops.