Stocktradingtogo.com is a blog dedicated to the independent investor—daily market analysis, stock picks, and investment insight (basically like mine without the attitude/chip on their shoulder). Writers include a hedge fund manager, Covestor.com‘s #1 most followed trader (I’m currently #4, but I’m comin’ for you epicady!!!), and badass owner Blain Reinkensmeyer. The site also offers nearly 100 stock education articles, so def. consider subscribing to their feed!
Here are some of their golden nuggets:
Boiler rooms are getting popular again, awww yeahh!
The new MyTrade.com just launched and it’s awesome. (You may remember me and founder Andy Swan, doing a little video for MSN, seeing how many shots it would take to make certain stocks look attractive, aka Don’t Drink And Trade). Basically it’s a website for finance people that has different pods so you can organize all the crazy amounts of data and information all on one website. And, since they just got bought out (of course Howard ‘The Godfather‘ Lindzon was invested) by ‘s parent company, Thinkorswim users are already registered and they’ve got a cool window where you can make your trades right on their site. I sound like a freaken advertisement, but I’m just really impressed with their product. It’s just the beginning, but here’s a video explaining everything:
My book just got one of its best reviews ever from a successful author:“Timothy Sykes does an excellent job, beyond amazing for a first time writer. He paints a vivid and fascinating portrait of himself and his financial rise at an early age and along the way makes a subject most others seem to only obfuscate more with words, crystal clear.
I think Timothy Sykes is so brilliant he should have two careers. Hedge fund manager (although I’m not sure about this but I think he was saying that the rules dictate he had to leave the field in order to divulge as juicily as he did in this book) and another as a writer. Perhaps Hollywood calls. They pay their writers there enough to interest someone of his abundant talents. However. Read this book. The experience is enjoyable and the entire rest of your life will be enlightened by the information.”
Dealbreaker now compares big time hedge fund manager John Devaney to me, riiiight
Saving the best for last: