L.A. Little, author, professional trader and money manager, writes daily on www.tatoday.com, a free educational site for traders and investors. He has been featured in numerous publications and is the author of Trade Like the Little Guy. His new book, Trend Qualification and Trading, details the principles and techniques he writes about on TheStreet. Little¿s background includes degrees in philosophy, computer science, computer information systems and telecommunications. With a trading philosophy centered on capital protection first and the accumulation of consistent gains over time, Little espouses a simple technical approach to trading the markets that is a throwback to the days of past. With a focus on swing points and trend qualification, he provides a breath of fresh air to an otherwise crowded room of derivative indicators with an emphasis on technical minutiae.
Recent Articles By The Author
Earnings and JPMorgan - Time to Buy?
JPMorgan is set to report earnings on Friday before the bell. The chart says they have good things to say. A drift back into anchored support is an area that you can think about buying this stock.
Time to get aboard the DryShips Vessel?
DryShips burst higher Friday and again Monday surging some 27% in price. Does that mean the long awaited turn is finally here?
Where Should You Place Your Bets?
The financials are the litmus test. If the market is going higher, they will go higher. If that ends up being the case, what stock gives you the best bang for the buck?
Can you trust these Chinese stocks?
The FTSE China 25 Index Fund has been working higher since October after taking a 35% haircut in the six preceding months. Can this index be trusted and bought?
S&P Chart Signals Sell Non-Core Stocks
It's now time to seriously consider selling off some portion of your non-core holdings that have ran too far, too fast.