I'm a final year undergraduate student at the University of Warwick and I have interests in Quantitative Financial Modeling, computer programming, pure and applied mathematics, statistics and financial trading. I have been working on a quant model which provides forecasts for stock prices on a daily basis. Check out my blog as I will regularly put up forecasts for stocks I like! ***Disclaimer***: All information provided herein and in all further posts is to be used for educational purposes only and not to be considered as advice or recommendation of any sort. I cannot guarantee the accuracy of the forecasts I put up as the method I am using is still under development and testing. Consequently you should not base your investment decisions on these forecasts, and I will not be held liable for any losses incurred as a result of using these forecasts.
Seasoned COO dedicated to bringing organizations to the next phase of growth and development.
Diligent and motivated to improve processes, streamline operations and increase revenue.
My passions are taking a seed, cultivating and watching it grow!!!! I love what I do and I love the company I work for LaborSmart, Inc.
Currently the President & CEO of a publicly traded startup in the temporary staffing industry, specifically what we call the "On-Demand" sector. I have been in the staffing industry for approx 14 years. I started out as an Account Executive for the largest on-demand provider in the country and have been in the staffing industry ever since.
Enjoy spending time with my wife and 3 beautiful children when Im not working. Doesn't have to be anything fancy, a day at the movies or at the park works just fine for me.
Lorenzo De Plano is an active trader/investor in both tech-based and large value oriented positions. Lorenzo De Plano is the founder of DPGW, which is a Venture Centric Sales and Marketing Firm that specializes in absorbing stakes in companies in exchange fro equity positions.
I´m an expert in the development and deployment of statistical models and non-discretionary systematic trading strategies for trading currencies, futures, and stocks. I built and traded numerous quantitative models for hedge funds and energy companies in the past. I was quoted by the AUTOMATED TRADER magazine on topics related to accelerate of investment lifecycle. I hold a JAVA programmer degree from WIFI of Linz in 2009. I´m currently the Head Trader of Linz Strom GMBH in Austria, which manages a systematic proprietary trading desk.
Also known as the Masked Day Trader on my youtube and stock twits accounts, i've been trading for a number of years now. I trade from in office in NYC. So far i have been extremely successful in my trading, after learning from my original mistakes. I hope to stop traders from making those mistakes when first starting off.
I've managed to outperform most fund managers, and i am confident my trading strategy will continue to reap me profits.
i average 1-3% a day from my day trades, there have been months in which my portfolio has doubled. My options trades give me 100-200% usually. i usually make 20% on swing trades.... hard to believe? look at my stocktwits for when i enter and sell :-)
I mostly trade based on technicals and price action.
Please Follow on STOCKTWITS for live updates, il tell you when to enter and when to sell for day trades, calls, and swing trades, LIVE.
youtube channel Marc Smith or look up Masked Day Trader for stock reports
I mostly trade in tech sector for now. i refuse to trade any biotech stocks.
i bought blackberry at 6.60, Pandora at 7, Znga mid 2's. Fb at 21 bucks
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Hello, my name is David. I am a swing trader on bank and technology stocks, mostly the largest market caps in these two sectors. I monitor the fundamental trends then determine if some are over-priced or under-priced stocks for possible short or long positions. I also follow the seasonality and annual cyclical performance of companies, as applicable, for position set-ups. Sometimes I play pre- or post- quarterly earnings if the investor sentiment shift becomes too skewed and extreme. At that point, I also utilize technical analysis.
My view is from afar at a lake in Oklahoma in a low noise environment. I have traded for many years and noticed long ago I did better if I followed my ideas and ignored the chatter and buzz. Someone will always have a reason to buy or sell a stock no matter what the circumstances. Patience and timing is critical so as to not force a trade. Don't go to the trade, the trade will come to you if you are diligent.
Therefore, the less noise the better for me. Accordingly, while I analyze macroeconomic data and the specifics of company financial statements, I ignore business media histrionics and hype. I don't watch TV and especially don't watch business channels.
I receive my own alerts for companies I am covering and have my own calendar for macroeconomic data I am charting for trends. Technology has enabled me to create my own databases and monitor events without reliance on location or mass media. We've come a long way from the old Bloomberg screens which were seemingly a miracle at the time, lol.
30+ years experience in banking, insurance, economics, finance, investments, and public accounting, including owner and partner of financial institution auditing firms, financial institution auditor, vice-president of operations of property & casualty insurance company, vice-president of finance of life insurance company, public accounting audit manager, and public accounting SEC quality control manager.