Here are twenty of my favorite follows for my trading that add value through information, education, and live trading based on quantitative entries and exits.
When markets are showing no discernible edge, correct play is to patiently wait for them to show discernible edge
— Trade Like a Casino (@TradeLikeCasino) May 5, 2014
— Alan Farley (@msttrader) May 8, 2014
— DK1 (@canuck2usa) May 8, 2014
For me, the object of using technical analysis isn’t to identify and label price patterns, it’s to help determine my risk, where I’m wrong.
— Jon Boorman, CMT (@JBoorman) May 7, 2014
“you also have to be open-minded enough to switch tracks if you feel that your theory has been proven wrong.” – Tony Saliba — Andrew Selby (@DontTalkStocks) May 8, 2014
I’ve been position sizing VERY small with minimal overall exposure. Many growth names experiencing high volatility. Patience required.
— Mark Minervini (@markminervini) May 8, 2014
Just don’t fight the Fed or your portfolio will turn RED $$ — Dan Zanger (@DanZanger) May 8, 2014
— Systematicfx (@Systematicfx) May 8, 2014
These head fake moves in both directions is not healthy for anyone. Its distribution type action that pushes the envelope — Scott Redler (@RedDogT3Live) May 8, 2014
How does the Fed’s “model” factor for recessions, or are those not permitted under central planning?
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) May 8, 2014
— Joseph Fahmy (@jfahmy) May 7, 2014
What time do we btfd $Spx
— Mella (@Mella_TA) May 8, 2014
The term “Algo” is so overused. Basically any stock that turns red/green has to be because of Algos, some idiot on twitter tweets: “Algos” — Jason F (@ChartLearning) May 7, 2014
Mike Valletutti @marketmodel Provides research on intermediate trends in SPX and TNX. 25+ yr trader. ES TY GC futures. Reg CTA. Former CEO IT Services and Software. Runs private Twitter. SR520 Merritt Island · marketmodel.com
LM_Tentarelli @systemstrader95 Systematic Momentum trader, 16 years, Long/Short. MA & Breakout Trend Following programs. Intermediate/Longer Term. Price only. No bias or opinions.
The term ‘full time’ trader is very misleading and dangerous because it implies that a pro trader is glued to his screens all day long #Nope
— Tradeciety – Rolf (@Tradeciety) December 11, 2014
— Angela Zhou (@z8angela) December 11, 2014
For new followers…I have a link on my header with current positions along w/charts. Also have closed out trades at bottom of sheet. Enjoy!
— Al Sabogal (@alsabogal) August 22, 2014