Do you have a stock market routine?
Are you losing money in the stock market?
I’ve been there. I’m far from being a stock market wizard myself.
Why did you start trading stocks? Like most people, I got started for the wrong reasons. Trading is easy, or so I thought. I wanted action. I wanted excitement. I wanted to be a Swing Trader. After spending $2,000 in an online course, I found out that I was terrified of Swing Trading. Why? Because it didn’t match my personality and lifestyle. Trading short term gave me goose bumps. I spent all day scared glued to my phone screen. I’m a full-time software developer and my work requires absolute concentration. Swing Trading was affecting my work and my livelihood.
But I didn’t give up.
What did I do? I knew I needed a strategy that I could execute when the markets were closed. I think better when I have time to analyze all my options. I’m a programmer after all. I found CAN SLIM, a growth strategy that combines fundamental and technical analysis. The goal is to target higher profits in higher time frames. I now hold positions for weeks or months instead of days. I have a plan with predefined entries and exits. But more importantly I have a system that I can trade during my workday.
I've developed a stock market routine that fits my personality and lifestyle.
I’m on a mission to help others getting started in the stock market without blowing up their accounts. I want people to know that capital preservation and discipline are the secret ingredients to being successful in the stock market.
I live the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. I'm passionate about writing mobile apps for iOS devices. I developed two of the most popular mobile apps in the island. They’re both financial apps and have hundreds of thousands of active users.
When I'm not coding or working on my stock market routine, I volunteer as a community builder in the Puerto Rico tech scene and mentor junior software developers.
Wanna talk stocks or code?
Send me an email at hello [at] axelrivera [dot] me or use the form below.
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