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I’m back in front of the screens today after my holiday break was extended by a nasty head cold. As expected, earnings were light going into the end of the year, so my trading followed suit. While I logged a total of 338 trades in Q4, December as a whole accounted for only 14 of […]
Mainstream financial media is quick to caution against short-term active money management strategies, just as our new 401k provider had done, but my personal experience leads me to question traditional advice.
This is an interview I did several years ago with a fellow trader, whose website is no longer up and running. I thought I’d post it here since it offers insight into my trading journey. We talk about my trading education, struggles, nightly preparation, philosophy, and more.
When I search for the best stocks to buy, I look for three easily identifiable catalysts: a positive reaction to earnings, a high percentage of the float sold short, and a technical breakout.
Any AIR member will attest to a stock’s ability to generate abnormal returns in the sub $20 niche, especially when an earnings catalyst is applied. This became apparent to me as I was introduced to the “penny stock” niche in mid 2012, and I immediately recognized the potential for exponential growth.