Timothy Collins

 

Timothy Collins has worked as a financial adviser since 1999, focusing on portfolio customization, with a concentration on correlation arbitrage and risk-managed growth. He started Collins Capital Advisors in 2007, which has evolved into TangleTrade Management, LLC. Currently, he operates Retro Wall Street, a site focused on education, trader mentoring and humor. You'll find him spending his days in the Retro Wall Street chat room.

 

Prior to joining his first firm, American Express Financial Advisors, in 1999, Collins worked as a staff accountant for United Information Systems in Bethesda, Md. He has also worked as a financial analyst for Securities Pricing and Research in Annapolis, Md. Collins is a graduate of McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland College), with degrees in business administration, economics and sociology and is a winner of the Bates Prize.

Recent Articles By The Author

Take Some Profits and Look for Hot Hands

Take Some Profits and Look for Hot Hands

It's challenging to anticipate where the next move will come, but I'm watching utilities.

Get Acquainted With Aquantia

Get Acquainted With Aquantia

A push through the 50-day SMA is all that is needed to get this stock up to full speed.

SendGrid's Upside: Too Enticing to Pass On

SendGrid's Upside: Too Enticing to Pass On

It's hitting on all cylinders in the cloud space and ranks as a name I don't view as expensive.

'Stock' Up for a Summer of Opportunity

'Stock' Up for a Summer of Opportunity

Overstock looks ready to rally and the reward compared to the risk is compelling.

Don't Play Games, Play Game Stocks

Don't Play Games, Play Game Stocks

While many video and online games are wildly popular, capturing gains in their parent company stocks can be tricky.

Game On for E3 With Activision Blizzard

Game On for E3 With Activision Blizzard

ATVI stock appears to be breaking out in front of this week's big event.

Call Me Crazy: Here's an IBM Long Idea

Call Me Crazy: Here's an IBM Long Idea

IBM could get a little more attention from the value side and the daily pattern is intriguing.

At Procter & Gamble, Beauty Is in the Eye of the Investor

At Procter & Gamble, Beauty Is in the Eye of the Investor

With most of the consumer product giant's growth concentrated in just one division, breaking up the company likely wouldn't unlock value.

How to Play Activist-Targeted P&G, Chipotle and Athenahealth

How to Play Activist-Targeted P&G, Chipotle and Athenahealth

Avoid one, use a put spread on another and a buy/write play on the third.

Time to Give DISH Network a Look

Time to Give DISH Network a Look

I'm willing to take a shot on the long side here.