Archive for March, 2011
The Importance of Being Quiet [Guest Post]
Posted by chicagosean on March 24th, 2011 at 2:21 pm, Comments: 0
Share on StockTwits [Please welcome Patrick Dugan. Below is a guest post he’s written taking us through some experiences and exploring a trading style that […]
Being a Minimalist Trader is NOT easy: Example #175
Posted by chicagosean on March 23rd, 2011 at 11:58 am, Comments: 0
Sean’s Shadow: So you want to be a Minimalist Trader & Investor and hold stocks forever, eh? Great! How’s that first investment working out for ya?
A Tale for ‘ol St. Patrick
Posted by chicagosean on March 17th, 2011 at 7:00 am, Comments: 0
Share on StockTwits [On this fine St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago, I thought I’d share a poem written with a Chicago flavor and performed on […]
The Minimalist Trader: High Expectations
Posted by chicagosean on March 15th, 2011 at 7:52 pm, Comments: 0
The Seventh Installment of THE ENEMIES OF THE MINIMALIST TRADER series.
Buy & Hold is Dead, and other fallacies.
Posted by chicagosean on March 11th, 2011 at 12:23 pm, Comments: 0
Share on StockTwits 2001: Internet Stocks are crashing: SELL EVERYTHING! GET OUT! 2007: Gasoline Prices are killing the consumer: SAVE YOUR MONEY! RETRENCH! 2008: Banks […]
Never Sell a Winner.
Posted by chicagosean on March 6th, 2011 at 1:25 pm, Comments: 0
Share on StockTwits In sports, in life, in business, and in investing, never sell a winner. I’ve been giving this some thought lately. Initially spurred […]
Who will mind the store if you cannot?
Posted by chicagosean on March 4th, 2011 at 11:24 am, Comments: 0
Share on StockTwits So I’ve been sick all week (I blame this guy), and its gotten me thinking about some of the virtues of my […]
How I started my Hedge Fund…and what I learned NOT to do.
Posted by chicagosean on March 1st, 2011 at 11:54 am, Comments: 0
Share on StockTwits I get a lot of questions sent to me from readers of this blog. I respond to most of them privately. Though, […]
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- An Interview with Danny Riley, @MrTopStep
- An Interview with @adamhgrimes
- An Interview with Brian Shannon, @alphatrends
- An Interview with JC Parets @allstarcharts
- OUTR — closed (85 cents win)
- DISH — closed (net gain 5 cents)
- LE – closed (55 cent gain)
- TERP — closed ($2.75 win)
- PPO — closed ($1.75 loss)
- DXCM – closed ($1.55 win)