Expose yourself to quality setups and you can make money in any market. Be early to locate relative strength, then exit when things get heated. Shorts are also okay. Find weak stocks and position yourself for continuation.
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.
Entrepreneur and former fund manager, now active independent trader, trading mostly the US equity market via stocks, ETFs and options, following closely the syndicate calendar for IPOs and secondary deals. Active in markets for more than 15 years.
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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.
I am an independent trader with over 25 years of experience working on the buy and sell-side. I have researched and invested in traditional and alternative asset classes and worked at Pensions Funds, International Banks and Dealers.
Author, Market Technician at miAnalysis, Inc. I started my career in markets in 1999 and analyze stocks, ETFs, bonds, forex and commodities. Comments are not recommendations. Lucky husband, proud father. Future Ironman.
I construct charts to help people capitalize on the excess fear and greed of global investors.
My goal: provide research to help investors enlarge their portfolios regardless of market direction. My approach - TBNM or Tops, Bottoms, No Middles