I am an independent senior pension and investment analyst with years of experience working on the buy and sell-side. Mostly swing trade, love taking a few concentrated bets at the right time and can hold positions for a long time if I have conviction
Financial Engineer. Big on Biotech. Using technical analysis, I am able to consistently produce profitable trades & abnormal returns. Made 1,000%+ on FB, NFLX, and REGN options. My goal is to become the greatest investor and trader that ever lived.
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Robert Alexander, better known as ‘Alex’ in trading forums, has been a full time trader for over a decade. Focusing on breakouts and volume, developing a unique view of charting that has served him extremely well.
Trading the stock market for more than 20 years using technical analysis. Mostly swing trade and position trade. For live commentary and chart postings during US trading hours, follow me at twitter @smtraderCA
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Successful Day Trader plays GAP Strategies. Learn my strategy - Consultation services, DVD, Trading Room offered. Follow me and my trades real time - Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Website - http://agaptrader.com/
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Past: Former Co-Founder of financial advisory firm, clients in the Americas, Europe & Asia | Present: Ultra Aggressive Beta Select | Near Future: Bulge Bracket Market Maker | Stock Market Rule 1: Never bet against my desk. Rule 2: Remember Rule 1.