Author: Norm

Full time trader since 2006. I'm mostly focused on trading penny stocks but do my best to follow the broader markets and different sectors, especially as it pertains to the bigger pictures and longer term trends.
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The Biggest Financial Paradigm Shift of our Lifetime (Part 1)

I was born in 1981.. and then stocks went on an unprecedented 38+ year secular bull market rally. Coincidence? I think not. Let’s look at what this nearly 40 year bull market looks like on a chart. For most people 60 and under, the chart above represents the only financial landscape they’ve experienced. It’s hard not to be conditioned to be an optimist and perma-bull […]

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My Technical Argument for Going Long $DFCO

I recently put together a timeline highlighting the events taking place for Dalrada Financial since it began it’s reorganization process back in early 2018 – you can find the timeline here. There’s a very interesting story developing and I believe the company is on track to become a successful growth play, but that’s not the point of this article. I’m not even much of a […]

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The Great Chart Debate

I began trading penny stocks in 2006 and within months had discovered what charts were and what technical analysis was, at least in a vaguely broad sense. The general concept of using a chart and it’s patterns, indicators and signals to your trading advantage made a lot of sense to me, especially since my initial strategy of following message board hype proved devastatingly horrible. Charts […]

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