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I love charting and swing trading! My interest are in economics (macro/micro) I'm both long & short the markets! I don't care much for fundamentals, or storytelling--that is unless you can put pen-to-paper and prove it! With that being said Disclaimer: The information received by subscribers is for their personal use. Investing involves a great deal of risk, including the loss of all or a portion of your investment, as well as emotional distress. Nothing contained herein should be construed as a warranty of investment results. All risks, losses and costs associated with investing, including total loss of principal, are your responsibility.
I am an 81 year old retired lawyer and real estate developer.
I got into the securities "game" via the back door ( bankruptcy proceedings) when I took control of a NASDAQ (small cap) listed company in the late nineties.
Dealing with the disciplines which move the market and the regulatory agencies (think SEC)
was a learning curve I don't wish to revisit. However it was a grand education and an experience which propelled me into the market as a totally uninitiated investor. I am fascinated with the vagaries of the market and expect to return to solvency if I can only learn the art of discipline...a big challenge for me.
I AM A NUMBER DUMMY!!
A term I use for the general public MIDDLE CLASS. We are the financially uneducated, unexposed to the stock market and financial investments. Most of us don't even know what the fiscal cliff is. One woman thought it was 70 ft. tall! WOW!
I for one, think we should start teaching our kids financial responsibilities in schools, at an early age. How about a REAL education for once.
Why we need classes like home eck is beyond me. Cooking & sewing?? Read the box & microwave it! I for one support a small tax on investment income to support financial education in public schools. Could help save America.
I'm coming to the game late, so I'm quite aggressive towards growth.
My thoughts on the fiscal cliff?? Shove ur scare tactics where the sun don't shine!!
As for investing, I shoot from the hip. I go with my gut. Common sense goes along way. I don't buy hype. EPS what? What ticker is that?
HISTORY; 20 yrs. prototype machinist. 12 yrs. construction labor, management, owner.
Current; Investments & gardening (yes, profitable..gardening that is ;)
Usually, I try to trade the stocks' of the companies, whose products I understand. Most of them are technology related.
Sometimes, I trade the stocks which I believe has a momentum, and has a possibility of appreciation if it reaches a certain technical level.
I believe stock market is not the best place to invest your money, and it is not for everyone. I try to trade responsibly, and sometimes take a little risk to spice up my portfolio.
I manage investments for high net worth individuals and defined contribution plans. I have worked for 25+ years as a commercial banker, private equity analyst and investment adviser. Undergraduate degree in finance from Indiana University, and MBA in accounting & finance from the University of Chicago. I do my own analysis of all investments, and have a strong value bias.