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Jeff is the publisher of the "Trade in the Zone" newsletter and Trade in the Zone Blog (http://www.tradeinthezone.com/). Jeff has been trading and educating investors for 20 years. He has given lectures at the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University, taught night courses for adults at area high schools and has been interviewed by a local financial radio show. No matter what the market does in any given year (up 15%, down 15% or flat), there are dozens and dozens of stocks that go up 100%+ per year. His job is to find these new stocks and help people make more money than they ever thought possible. For more expensive stocks, he likes to use call options (what he calls POWER PLAYS) to get the most ...More bang for the buck while defining the risk. His focus is on swing trades (he wants dollars, not dimes).
- Description: Trader. Trading frequency: Daily
- Interests: ETFs, Options, Stocks - long, Stocks - short
Trade in the Zone - Nightly newsletter is for investors and traders who strive to make more money than they ever thought possible. - You should be open-minded to all types of opportunistic trading ideas. You will get ideas ranging from $10 Rule stocks (my proprietary screen); mid priced stocks in the $40-80 range; options ...More
(POWER PLAYS) on more expensive stocks like Google, Research in Motion & Goldman Sachs (options give us the maximum bang for the buck with the least capital possible ); and foreign stocks (there is a LOT of opportunity in overseas stocks ).Usually, you have to sign up for 3-4 different newsletters to get all this and it cost a lot more too. - With the Internet, information has become a commodity and really is not worth very much anymore. How you sift through and interpret that information and the subsequent actions you take is what determines your performance. Trade in the Zone works to help you interpret information, gain confidence, and be decisive with specific ideas. You will learn what to trade and when to trade it. - The fact is, most investors lose just as much as everyone else when the market goes down but don’t make near enough when the market goes up.
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