Chris Vermeulen the founder of TheTechnicalTraders.com where they design, develop, and trade multiple trading strategies. He is also the author of a couple leading stock reversals and ETF trading newsletters which are designed for active traders. He provides quality ETF Trade Alerts, daily videos, market forecasts, trading education, and commentary. Follow My LIVE CHARTS: http://stockcharts.com/public/1992897
I grew up in NW Ohio, joined the Marines and stayed in the Carolinas after I got out of the service. Love to find under valued stocks, digging for info on public companies that fancy-pants analysts don't have the presence of mind to spot, and spending time with my family.
I recommend microcap (penny) stocks that I feel are in the "sweet spot" for nice trades to members of my service, "Microcap Millionaires". My website can be found at http://www.microcapmillionaires.com
• Undervalued, low-cap stocks with imminent catalysts
• Undervalued, low-growth, low-cap stocks
Next to that: any under-priced stocks with good technical charts.
I often allocate big.
I try to minimize gambling on commodity, economic, and market cycles. I've learned that false prophecies of imminent doom have always been around but rarely come to pass; I believe in Peter Lynch's "big picture" optimism.
That said, I sometimes trade technically when something seems oversold or overbought.
Tim has been involved with the financial industry for over 30 years. He is a CMT (Chartered Market Technician) and member of the MTA (Market Technicians Association). In 1986-1988, he was a market maker (floor trader) at the Chicago Board of Options Exchange (CBOE), where he traded through the ’87 stock market crash. He has been involved in both private equity as well as public market and is well versed in commodities, stocks, futures, options and bonds.
62 year old male waiting for the end of 2015 to retire. Working in the Middle-East in oil/gas on a rotation basis. Investment interest is in retirement income (but, generating revenue for that until I retire). I appreciate capital returns as much as anyone, but plan to live off of the dividends that stocks provide. Hopefully, I can increase the capital somewhat to provide more dividends for better living. I like MLP's, mREIT's, REIT's, BDC's for high yield and am very interested in other methods of increasing yields (covered calls).
Plan to leave stock portfolio to my two sons upon my departure.