- Keeping Your Analysis Concise & Simple
- Create a Repeatable Process for Your Analysis
- Defining Overbought & Oversold Condition
- Analyzing the S&P 500 & Bitcoin
Founder and Managing Partner of Fairlead Strategies
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Q. What analyst has influenced your career the most and why?
A. Mike Hurley, a fellow technical analyst
Q. What was one of the hardest things for you to overcome in your research?
A. Being concise and clear in directional bias
Q. How has your methodology evolved over the years?
A. Picked up indicators from mentors, no longer point-and-figure
Q. What is one attribute that you believe every trader should have?
Q. Favorite Book about Technical Analysis?
A. Not a book, but a course of study: CMT program
Q. If you had to pick a profession other than being a technical analyst, what would it be?
Q. What’s the best advice you received about Trading?
A. Don’t get married to a position
Q. If you can give a piece of advice to the younger you about investing, what would it be?
A. Respect momentum
Q. If you had to elevator pitch me your service, what would you say?
A. Technical analysis is the ultimate complimentary discipline – it can help you take advantage of trends, manage risk, identify opportunities, and time entries/exits. Fairlead Strategies can help you approach the markets systematically, via consulting and comprehensive written coverage of U.S. equities and “macro” technicals.
Q. Favorite thing to do when not studying markets?
A. Time with the kids