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EXP is a graduate from The University of Wall Street and serves with the goal to assist the small to mid-level investor maneuver through the treacherous waters controlled by Hedge Funds and Market Makers. SA followers only see a very small part of EXP's published research. This is not an easy business. Wall Street trickery is at an "All Time High" these days; brutally fierce and rampant against small retail investors. Trading is psychological in nature, meaning that the market's psychological warfare can be extremely debilitating. EXP works hard to identify and write about current stock opportunities in the market that can produce some huge gains from disconnects in stock prices. These inefficiencies can be taken advantage of if you can properly identify opportunities and then manage to act on them. EXP resides in the USA, and is thankful to followers worldwide. You can also follow EXPstocktrader on: Twitter --- @EXPstocktrader Email --- email@example.com Disclosure: The administrator(s) of the services mentioned here may be long, short, or flat in any position mentioned. All statements are made without any representation to its complete accuracy and administrator(s) are not compensated for posting notes by listed companies. Some compensation is paid by SA if the article gets picked for circulation, that's it. Prices shown are approximate. Ratings may change at any time. All posts are for simulation purposes only. All stock trades transacted by you are at your own risk. We trade stocks and do not usually buy and hold indefinitely. Please take any information that you see here and consult your own investment advisor before making any real trades. EXP, EXPstocktrader and Seeking Alpha are Not licensed to give you investment advice based on your own personal suitability and risk tolerances. Please consult with your financial advisor before making any trades that you read about here or anywhere EXPstocktrader publishes information for that matter. Thank you.
Tactical Investing in the 21st Century. The FMAM Team is composed of seasoned Wall Street professionals with combined active experience on the buy side and the sell side of the Street. Together, we have worked as RIA's, managed BD's, banks, and mutual funds as well as proprietary trading desks.
We believe that in today's markets, diversification leads to mediocrity and that timing is everything in the new normal of the 21st century.
Our goal is to do the "heavy lifting" for you by using our proprietary strategy to bring fresh ideas based on the underlying fundamentals of the stocks we analyze combined with the disciplined element of timing the optimum points of entry and points of exit for each of our stock picks.
Mr. Williams is a strategic advisor to automotive companies focused on PHEV drive trains, alternative energy grid storage and new battery technologies. He assists automotive companies commercializing highly efficient, environmentally friendly, powertrain technologies for light, medium, and heavy duty trucks, buses, vans and SUVs.
Ben Riley is a hands-on technology executive and entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in the mobile and wireline communications industries, holding positions from Software Development Engineer to Sr. VP of Sales and Marketing. Ben is particularly interested in the technology and communications sectors, but has a general interest in many other sectors as well.
Ben's educational background consists of undergraduate degrees (B.S.) in Mathematics and Computer Science, and an MBA in Finance. He recently completed a certificate from the Investment Banking Institute, and in his spare time he's also studying for the CFA.
I graduated from Boston University in 1981 with a BA in Finance. From 1983-1997, I was a spot currency trader on the desks of several European banks in NYC. Since 1997, I have been trading from home. I consider myself to be a student of markets, and market history. I believe so much can be learned from history, and examining the facts. I try never to make an assertion about economics or markets, without it being fact-based and not simply an opinion.
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40 years investing, my strength is technical analysis, though I am a believer that fundamentals also play a vital role in the stocks you pick and follow. I was a tech stock trader in the late 90's and early 2000's, I also trade options when I feel the timing is right. My portfolio is now leaning toward energy and some dividend paying stocks. V, DIS HD , AAPL, T. Focus is on Oil and REits at the moment . I own a long term position in AAPL, O, OHI, HCP, MO, GILD, JPM, DIS, Main, BACPRA, AGNCB, FB, , T, OKE, WMB, ETE and actively trade their options when I see a potential positive reason. I trade daily market movers, usually off dips and breakouts. Trading frequency is daily to monthly. Holding core positions in my mind is key as long as fundamentals are staying as expected.I focus on market leaders in sector that outperform the market, Buy Preferred stocks and dividend stocks in specific sectors using IBD and other sources Including SeekingAlpha.com and Finviz.com, Yahoo Finance and Fidelity.com.