Methodology: setups require certain criteria to be met before trades can be executed, which include weighted statistical studies on several indicators of price, breadth, volume, and sentiment . Amount of risk taken is proportional to how many indicators are aligned. I mainly trade market indexes, to a much lesser extent commodities, currencies, very rarely individual stocks, and always with defined risk. MBA with a concentration in finance, The State University of New York. BS in management, concentrations in accounting, and finance. Chartered Market Technician candidate (all exams passed). +6 years professional trading experience. Publishing Schedule for 2013: A long term update will be put out on the first of the month discussing the long term trend and long term indicators. Short term updates will be published on Mondays and Wednesday discussing the short term indicators and price action. A short comment will be published on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Friday's will have a short market update, as well as a full sentiment update and review for the week.
I'm a undergrad in biology. I'm long XLF AAPL ALSN LVS TCK LUK and some mutual funds. I've been an investor in mutual funds since 2002, but found to dislike like the +/-gains. My first 'almost' double bagger was CAT. I held BP through the whole oil spill only to sell at mere gain. I don't short or play options. XLF is good to buy with the removal of Dodd-Frank law. Sold: CENX 2.6 bagger; MUSA at 40% gain after spin-off dividend from MUR; KCG 26% gain after holding for 2.5 years. ACI 99.95% lost... just couldn't sell after 75% of my money just vanished. Small losses/small gains: IBM, MUR, PFE, HP
Peter Lynch said "There is always something to worry about. Avoid weekend thinking and ignore the latest dire predictions of the newscasters. Sell a stock because the company's fundamentals deteriorate, not because the sky is falling."
Warren Buffett: I say hold, basically hold. I mean, the idea that the European news or slowdown in this or that or anything like that, that would not cause you to own a good farm and had a run by a good tenant, you wouldn't sell it because somebody said here's a news item, you know, this is happening in Greece or something of the sort. If you owned an apartment house and you got to raise your rents a little, it's well located and you have a good manager, you wouldn't dream of selling it. If you had a good business personally, the local McDonald's franchise, you know, you wouldn't be thinking about buying or selling it every day.
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Aeronautical engineer with good technical background, but novice trader, in over my head, looking to learn. Located in San Jose area. While I am an avid biker, I do not actually have a stolen google bike (inside joke with a stock pic taken from a google image search), and I have no relationship with google, except that I'm pretty sure they are actually Doing Evil.