Insurance agent and Private Trader My orientation is that of a swing trader, intent on converting perceptions to profit. 1. I believe market volume and price interact similar to the laws of physics governing ballistics: price reflects what participants think; volume, what they feel. 2. Perception of setups is critical. Unless you "see it", you are shooting without aiming. The "hard right line" on your chart is the challenge and the opportunity. 3. Profitable trades are a result of timely execution based on accurate perceptions. 4. Conversely, losing trades are a result of poor timing and inaccurate perceptions.
Shane Skinner has invested in biotech companies for almost 20 years and placed over $2.6 million in biotech stock trades in 2013. He has held various financial leadership positions over the past 17 years throughout the United States and Europe including Chief Financial Officer. Shane graduated from Pepperdine University with an MBA, York College with a bachelor's degree in accounting, and is a licensed CPA. He was a collegiate soccer and rugby player and still plays in recreational leagues in Seattle. He has a wife, son, and one on the way!