Dan Fitzpatrick

Dan Fitzpatrick is the publisher of The Stock Market Mentor, an advisory newsletter and educational forum dedicated to teaching effective risk management and trading methodologies to aspiring traders and investors. He is a former hedge fund manager and a member of the Market Technicians Association, and he now trades from his home in Orange County, Calif. Fitzpatrick holds no securities licenses, and does not give recommendations to buy or sell stocks.


Fitzpatrick graduated from the McGeorge School of Law. He was a fellow at Pacific Legal Foundation, a nonprofit public interest firm specializing in constitutional law, and he also practiced law in the private sector before pursuing trading as a full-time career. 

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Recent Articles By The Author

Amazon Could Hit $800 Before Earnings

Amazon Could Hit $800 Before Earnings

As long as the market is strong, AMZN should continue to run.

Price Patterns Never Lie

The truth is out there -- in the charts, not reported numbers. 

When Money's Free, Become a Heavy Metal Fan

Central banks are not likely to be raising rates for at least a few years. 

Was Selloff in European Banks Overdone?

Frankly, I think we're back to where we were prior to Brexit.

3 Consumer Stocks That Are Riding High

These consumer staple names are coasting through Brexit without a care.

Let's Look for Buys in the Cyber Security ETF

CyberArk and Symantec could be attractive on a pullback.

Charts Like 3 Stocks in Oil & Gas E&P

The oil and gas exploration and production sector is actually working very well.

The Bulls Are Bears in Disguise

There's plenty of worry, but no wall.

Why the Long Face(book)? Look at These Charts

Why the Long Face(book)? Look at These Charts

Dan Fitzpatrick, publisher of The Stock Market Mentor, thinks Facebook is heading much higher. Here's his technical analysis of why.

There’s a Crack in Small- and Mid-Cap Stocks so Take Heed

There’s a Crack in Small- and Mid-Cap Stocks so Take Heed

Small- and mid-cap stocks have held up for a while, and the bulls have held sway. Since these stocks tend to crack before large cap stocks, Wednesday's weakness bears watching.