Newbie trader, hoping to become an investor. By day a corporate marketing guy. Currently, interested in lower priced growth stocks with potential for high short term returns. Not averse to risk. Attempting to make some smart (or lucky) small trades for a while to build up an appreciable account to work with, putting profits into longer term investments. I welcome any and all advice and recommendations, as I will always follow up with my own due diligence. Anyone who has made a similar plan happen (starting small and working up), I'd love to hear your story and benefit from your hard-earned wisdom. I'll be glad to provide any answers to questions in my areas of expertise: online business models, high tech, web applications, SAAS, b2b marketing, search engines, golf, or pie. I was a part of the first dot-com bubble back around the turn of the century; working with many of the companies that had more VC money than sense, and a few that made it. Best regards, and good luck -
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Zachary actively trades Equities, Futures and Options. He provides insight for followers on a daily basis.
I started writing for Seeking Alpha in early 2013. I have an interest in both fundamental and technical analysis, and a strong belief that both should be used when investing. I try to incorporate both in all my articles.
Zachary resides in Toronto, Canada. He is currently pursuing a career path in the investment industry. He has been actively involved in the Markets since 2010.
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I’m a swing trader of momentum stocks with a holding period of anywhere from a few hours to a few months. I run a number of screens to locate the strongest/weakest stocks out there, using technical analysis to determine my entries and exits. Trying to calculate the intrinsic value of stocks in my opinion is out of date and there is wisdom in crowds.I've developed a market timing system that determines when it's best to be long, short or on the sidelines, using a number of proprietary indicators based on many time frames. I believe that to have longevity in this field one must find ways to calm the mind and trade from a detached point of view. Emotionless trading will allow you to respond to what's going on right now in the markets, rather than reacting to daily fluctuations.View my personal blog http://zentrader.ca/