Hagen Geissler has worked at a value based hedge fund,
at quant equity desk and senior Solutions Consultant ,
for various technologys & trading infrastructur.
His experience and passion runs deeply across multiple technologys
used in the automated tradding world
I have been trading for four years, two and a half of which have been in a professional setting. I am primarily a day trader. I work for a small, independent firm in Canada, where I actively trade anything and everything on the NYSE, Nasdaq, and AMEX exchanges. I employ all kinds of strategies trying to rip profits out of the market: momentum trading, trend trading, scalping, rebate trading (formerly an active Citigroup master rebater) and pivot hunting. I love what I do and I enjoy reading other people's opinions as well.
Peter George Psaras, has been investing for over 40 years and has expertise in the following:
1) Quantitative Analysis
2) Qualitative Analysis
3) Macro Economic Analysis
4) Technical Analysis
5) Stock Market History
He is the CEO at Conservative Equity Investment Advisors, a registered investment advisor based in New York.
EXP is a graduate from The University of Wall Street and serves as the CEO / Chief Stock Strategist at EXPstocktrader.com research firm.
With over 30 years of trading the market, EXP is an experienced investor using a fundamental and technical approach as a market analyst, chartist, visual analyst, as well as, a trader, author, coach, and serial entrepreneur. Extremely dedicated by investing countless hours investigating, analyzing, then writing about unique stock opportunities, as well as, coaching existing followers worldwide. EXP delivers "Real Facts" to Seeking Alpha and Twitter followers on monthly stock selections. Not all of the research found in the EXPstocktrader Monthly Newsletter is openly published online so EXP's members get updates first. Note: Most stocks covered have a unique niche or value proposition.
The Goal is to assist the small to mid-level investor maneuver through the treacherous waters controlled by Hedge Funds and Market Makers. From the EXPstocktrader.com website you will find an offering for a newsletter that gives interested followers several trading ideas and stock lessons on a monthly basis. SA followers only see a very small part of EXP's published research.
This is not an easy business. Wall Street trickery is at an "All Time High" these days; brutally fierce and rampant against small retail investors. Trading is psychological in nature, meaning that the market's psychological warfare can be extremely debilitating. EXP works hard to identify and write about current stock opportunities in the market that can produce some huge gains from disconnects in stock prices. These inefficiencies can be taken advantage of if you can properly identify opportunities and then manage to act on them.
EXP resides in the USA, and is thankful to followers worldwide.
You can also follow EXPstocktrader on:
Twitter --- @EXPstocktrader
Website --- http://www.EXPstocktrader.com
Email --- firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclosure: The administrator(s) of the services mentioned here may be long, short, or flat in any position mentioned. All statements are made without any representation to its complete accuracy and administrator(s) are not compensated for posting notes by listed companies. Some compensation is paid by SA if the article gets picked for circulation, that's it. Prices shown are approximate. Ratings may change at any time. All posts are for simulation purposes only. All stock trades transacted by you are at your own risk. We trade stocks and do not usually buy and hold indefinitely. Please take any information that you see here and consult your own investment advisor before making any real trades. EXP, EXPstocktrader.com and SA are Not licensed to give you investment advice based on your own personal suitability and risk tolerances. Please consult with your financial advisor before making any trades that you read about here or anywhere EXPstocktrader publishes information for that matter. Thank you.
Individual investor and trader invest and trade for myself and family members. Some stocks I hold long (trying to ignore noise), others short trades long or short, try to evaluate each for it's best potential. Have only been full-time 5 yrs...still such a tremendous amount to learn!! My father has been investing for 60 years and is (trying !!) to teach me as much as he can. If you were to ask me who i admire most in the world--it is my father!
I have so much to learn--and welcome any and all the help you can give me!!
I like tech stocks, high div stocks, MLPs, ETFs, energy stocks, foreign stocks (china, india, brazil esp), mining, but will look at anything that looks profitable....am attracted to high growth and small caps, (when appropriate), am intimidated by healthcare stocks, biotechs...so much can go wrong and i don't know enough about them..
Ok, sorry to ramble on.....
I have engineering background and have worked for 35+ years as a software engineer and a systems analyst in the computer field. I am over 60 and have retired recently. Over the years, I have invested in mutual funds and ETFs but was caught off-guard by the 2008 market crash. So, I decided to learn more about investments. Last year, I came across Seeking Alpha and found it of tremendous value. I realize that there are many people on the forum who are ready and willing to share their expertise and experiences with others. My investment approach seems to be be evolving, and my current approach is:
(1) Use ETFs or CEFs for the fixed-income part of the portfolio. The % for this may vary based on many factors.
(2) Invest in utility and energy preferred stocks.
(2) Invest in quality growth companies that provide dividends between 3% to 5% that have a history of increasing dividends by about 8% or more.
(3) Invest in REITs, MLPs, and gas/oil royalty trusts with dividends ranging from 5% to 8%.
(4) Invest a small portion of portfolio in oil, energy and high growth stocks, especially in the energy exploration area.
I like to position the portfolio with low volatility, stay abreast with the news and inputs from many SA authors, and thus make informed buy/sell decisions. Use both technical and fundamental analysis. The cash position is at least 10% or more to take advantage of various bargains for the quality stocks.
Though I see myself as a long-term investor, but I also like to take advantage of short-term opportunities in energy, metals, and agriculture areas. I have used Dollar Cost Averaging for purchasing quality stocks and have closed positions if the intended expectations were not met based on certain criteria.
I am currently learning about the 20/50/200 moving averages to put trailing stop losses for my various positions. I have been whip-sawed a few times and noticed that the stock price came back soon. For now, the intention is to leave the core portfolio alone and add to it during major market dips. Mostly I use 'limit order' approach for buying and trailing stop loss for selling.
I have many favorite SA authors whose writings I admire and am always learning from them. It is indeed a joy to be able to find this forum and to share investment ideas, tips, research, market news and sentiments, and utlize all this to make prudent investment decisions.