Ryan Mallory is the founder of SharePlanner.com and has been trading for more than 20 years. He got his start in the stock market at 11 years old when he inherited $5,000 from a relative that had passed away. Instead of putting the money in a college fund until he was 18, Ryan convinced his father to let him invest it in the stock market. Early on, Ryan never ventured out of the mutual funds, but why should he, here is a kid, not even a teenager yet, learning to make his allowance in the stock market. Growing up in the 80's & 90's, Ryan saw his portfolio grow from $5,000 to nearly $30,000 - a 500% return for a kid who didn't even have his driver's license yet. But it wasn't until the beginning of 2001, while in college, that Ryan learned his greatest and most important lesson in the stock market - the feeling of losing it all! The portfolio, that had grown into an important lump sum of money had fallen back down to almost its original value at around $10,000. The lesson learned from his early days of trading, is a lesson that he is reminded of everyday before placing a single trade - and that is the human ability to capitulate a financial portfolio - and it is that lesson that has kept him from ever repeating it again. Ryan's focus is primarily on swing-trades (with some day-trades) both long and short using technical analysis and secondarily on options and futures. Ryan Mallory has an MBA and a bachelors in Political Science and Economics from the University of Central Florida. He founded SharePlanner in 2006.
I have been investing for thirty years, including a hiatus of about ten years. I hold a few long core positions and the remainder of my portfolio consists of short and intermediate term trades. I have an undergraduate degree in economics and several graduate degrees in theology. I operate a small educational service called the Schole Sophias.
Mario G. Roberts’s passion for investment was primed after working in a finance firm far back in 2002. In the last 14 years, he has been an investment analyst committed to research and development of strategies that have been found resourceful and successful.
Author of Discovering the Pattern a book for investors interested in taking advantage if seasonal swings in the market to double their portfolio performance.
61 year old Emeritus Civil Engineer (B.Sc and Ph.D.) with 21 years of practical experience. For the last 20 years (the first 5 years in tandem with engineering) my income is mainly due to stock and future trading based on standard technical analysis, the only reliable tool for achieving at least 60-70% successful trades.
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Ruzbeh Bacha is the founder and CEO of CityFALCON.com. CityFALCON is creating a level playing field for investors and traders by democratising access to financial news and tweets. CityFALCON sources and collate financial big data, and then using the power of social media and crowd curation, creates a comprehensive and timely resource for investors and traders. He has worked in strategy and finance roles with KPMG, Nokia, Microsoft and Skype, can develop web applications himself, and follows the technology sector closely. He is a qualified accountant (ACA), and has an MBA from University of Oxford. Linkedin: uk.linkedin.com/in/ruzbehbacha/ Twitter: @ruzbehb