The chemical reaction of negative news headlines mixed with the usual worries about global growth, U...
Trader Profile: Doug Enders
04/02/2009 12:01 am EST
Doug Enders is a trader and small hedge fund manager who has found an interesting balance between the long- and short-term strategies of the CAN-SLIM method. Originally developed by William O'Neal of Investor's Business Daily, it is becoming more popular with short-term traders as well.
Here, Doug talks about how he looks for the "footprint" of institutional buying to find stocks that will rise in value. He also discusses how he uses earnings per share (EPS) to find stocks that are statistically going to move up to 300% in the quarter following earnings. An interesting interview for anyone who may find true daytrading too frenetic, but who finds "buy and hold" investing too risky in this volatile market.
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