Penn State Econ major~Scholar of Behavioral Finance & 30yr mkt trader~Proponent of the notion that psychology & emotion recurrently contest the efficient market hypothesis*DISCLAIMER:NEVER trade any security based on my opinions~Live Life~Smile Often
BEEN INVESTING SINCE 1990 ,AVOID THE NOISE WHETHER ITS PUMPING OR BASHING DO YOUR OWN DUE DILIGENCE FOLLOW WHAT PRICE AND VOLUME ARE TELLING YOU AND MOST IMPORTANTLY OPTIONS AND WHAT INSIDERS TRANSACTIONS ARE TELLING YOU Buy , Hold , Prosper
Primary interest is Bio with intriguing pipelines that have large growth potential. I attempt to hold >50% of positions LT unless negative data, mgmt. concerns, or known negative events. Diversify and only trade in spec what you can lose.
What I do is to determine without emotions major turning points and strong trends of major assets that include global indices, equity sector classes, high liquidity stocks, debts & fixed income, commodities and currencies.
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.