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I am an independent trader who follows the tech market. I got into the tech market because of my love of computers and gaming. When I started investing I was flying blind. I jumped in, head first, and used the sink or swim method. I read a lot. That was probably one of the things that kept me afloat. I couldn't figure out what to invest in. I started looking at things I knew. First I looked at the brand names on the devices I use. After seeing that investing in Microsoft, Motorola, Samsung, etc... was out of my price range I opened up my computer. I looked at what the components were. I knew all of the names of the manufacturers, these are things that are a part of me, they help build the sum of my parts. AMD was the
first one I looked up and sure enough, they were traded and within my price range. That is what set me off in a whole new direction on investing. I stopped looking at products as a whole and started dissecting them piece by piece. Invensense, OCZ, Micron, Nvidia, these were all names I either knew or learned about really quickly as I figured out what makes up a smartphone, tablet, laptop and desktop. This was where I could become a trader. I found that my world could be used to make me money. Not only could I use and enjoy these products but I could support them through purchases and trades while they helped to support me through cyclical patterns and options trading. I have never taken a class on investing, I have taught myself everything I know and learned through reading, practice, and trial and error. I lost some money along the way but it helped me learn what it takes to trade. Like I said, I am a gamer. I love video games and by being connected to that world I see the trends that shape the industry. I think I offer a unique perspective because of my hands on, bottom up, view of the business world. My education is in communication which helps me see the world in terms of how technology keeps us connected and creates
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