Regular guy (husband/father) who loves to invest. Been on my investment journey for a couple decades now and have learned that I still have a lot to learn. I enjoy listening and reading more then I like to talk about investing. I already know everything that I know so I’m not really interested in listening to myself speak. I prefer to listen to others and glean any knowledge that they have to offer on investing or life.
Primary holdings include:
BDX, CAT, COP, CVX, GIS, JNJ, K, KO, LMT, MKC, MO, NSC, O, OHI, PG, T, UNP, XOM
HAVE BEEN A MARKET INVESTOR AND TRADER SINCE THE AGE OF TWELVE....SPENT ABOUT 8 YEARS AS A BROKER , THEN ENDED UP IN THE FAMILY BUSINESS.....RAN THAT FOR THIRTY FIVE YEARS AND SOLD IT WHEN NONE OF THE KIDS WERE INTERESTED IN TAKING OVER....NEVER LOST MY PASSION FOR THE MKT AND INVESTED AND TRADED WHILE IN THE FAMILY BIZ...BECAME VERY INTERESTED IN THE TECH SIDE WHEN I WAS A BROKER AND TOOK THE WYCKOFF COURSE....HAVE USED IT TO PRIMARILY FIND VOLUME SURGES AND THEN GO FIND OUT WHY IT HAPPENED.....I AM MOSTLY A SUPPLY AND DEMAND PERSON......DON'T REALLY UNDERSTAND THE FANCY INDICATERS....AS WYCKOFF SAYS.....VOLUME AND PRICE ACTION TELL THE STORY....YOU JUST HAVE TO TRY AND UNDERSTRAND WHAT IT MEANS........TED
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