Bob is a graduate of Columbia Business School. He has been a Sr Analyst at Lehman as well as Bear Stearns, where he focused on Internet and technology. Bob then led Internet research at Baron Capital and has been quoted on CNBC and the WSJ.
Trading is a game of probabilities
Only enter a trade when odds are in your favor Every trade is unique,, there is no magic formula Don't forget about the crooks, Trade what you know.Protect your principal at all times
I trade off of support, breakout patterns, catalysts, and momentum. I will either scalp, scale in intra-day, or will build a position for days anticipating a big move. Love volume. Love under $20 stocks.
I'm not investing, I'm TRADING. I use a sharp mind and a cold heart researching about new trades.
I'm in and out of trades in minutes with a Guerrilla division approach. Mass psychology is my secret weapon!
Teacher, Day Trader, Enjoy helping new investors with technical buy sell signals.
Trade long/short depending on way the money is to be made.
Rules: 1) Take Profits if your not sure.
2) Have a plan to enter and exit 3) Trade charts not emotion
I'm a professional trading coach, I maximize profits & minimize risk while removing the fear aspect of trading. Passionate about teaching & helping clients how to play ETF's and gold miners profitably. Send me a Direct Message to become a client.
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.
Pro. use technical analysis to look for stocks w/ short-term price momentum. Not interested in fundamental or intrinsic value of stocks, but rather in their trends and patterns.
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