I am 64 and I am an active Trader in the Equity and Option markets. I bought my first shares of stock (4 shares of VMC) at age 10. I have and continue to use a combination of both Fundamental and Technical analysis. I specialize with Pivot Points & Technical Analysis Crossovers.
B.A. in economics and MBA from top 10 business school. I have over 10 years of M&A / corporate finance experience. Currently head the New York Shock Exchange (www.newyorkshockexchange.com), a youth mentorship program that teaches investment management skills and competitive basketball skills.
Just an average investor... primarily in American equity and bonds.
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Preet Banerjee is a personal finance columnist for The Globe & Mail, a former senior vice president of an index mutual fund manufacturer in Canada, and also previously a financial planner and stockbroker. He also authors the personal finance blog, WhereDoesAllMyMoneyGo.com (http://www.wheredoesallmymoneygo.com/). He is featured regularly in the Canadian media in print, radio and television and is the author of two books: one on Registered Retirement Savings Plans, the other on charitable giving in Canada.