Find undervalued stocks and accumulate. Diversify. Don't gamble on junk. Buy on trend--there are always dips, esp on Fridays and options weeks. Watch ends of quarters. Be patient, use settled cash so you can bail fast. Have a plan and stick with it.
Heavily leveraged, only taking positions when a large reward:risk bias skew perceived. Exit quickly after the easy money has been made but press the great moves if out-sized returns are probable via statistically (seemingly) improbable continuation.
Peter Bouchard is a native of Maine. He began a career working in the telecommunications industry after graduating from college, with tenures at AT&T and Sprint. He founded New England Payphone in 1988, and by 1993, his company owned 5% of all the
I recommend individual investments and collections of investments, which are known as portfolios along with Evaluation of current and historical data to gain better insight into the company’s prospects.