I am currently living in New York, and I have more or less taught my self almost everything I know about the stock market and read almost everything I can get my hands on. I mostly make trades for my self, but I have decided to try and share what I do and maybe help a few people out.
David Fry writes a subscription newsletter focused on technical analysis of exchange-traded funds, called ETF Digest (www.etfdigest.com). Dave founded the ETF Digest in 2001 and was among the very first to see the need for a publication that provided individual investors with information and actionable advice on global ETF investing.
We particularly like the overview of financial markets that his work provides. Even if you're not a fan of chart analysis, Dave provides insight and commentary into which global markets are "working" and why.
Specializing as a market strategist and tactician, Fry focuses on evaluating, creating and implementing a variety of ETF portfolios for individual investors and financial professionals. His philosophy and approach incorporates fundamental with technical analysis in pursuit of risk management and capital preservation especially during uncertain and volatile times.
His new eBook, The Best ETFs: U.S. Equities,is now available on Amazon Kindle. Written as a cheat sheet to only the best ETFs for you or your client’s portfolios. For those that don't have a Kindle, you can purchase the pdf here: The Best ETFs: US Equities [https://gumroad.com/l/The%20Best%20ETFs]
Joseph Trevisani has 20 years of experience in Forex trading and management and is the Chief Market Strategist at WorldWideMarkets. Mr. Trevisani worked as an interbank currency trader, trading desk manager and proprietary trader for 12 years at Credit Suisse in New York and Singapore and at The Bank of Bermuda in Hamilton, Bermuda. Mr. Trevisani appears often on CNBC and Fox Business News in New York as a currency analyst and is frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Bloomberg, Dow Jones Newswires, the Associated Press, the Chicago Tribune and Futures Magazine. He has written economic and currency analysis for Forbes.com, SFO, Active Trader, FX Street, and the Aim Bulletin and contributes his Market Directions column to the financial media. Mr. Trevisani has a Bachelor Degree and Masters in International Politics and Finance from Columbia University in New York City.
Avi Morris became interested in stocks while in high school when he started an investment club. It made him a few bucks and his interest in stocks continued. Over the years, Avi earned a portfolio between savings