Bob Byrne is a full-time private daytrader with 10 years' experience. His trading relies on technical analysis and focuses primarily on the energy sector. Bob is also a writer for and the host of a daily trading chat room on Finance Banter. His contributions to this or any other site are not to be construed as recommendations to buy or sell stock.
Bob holds a business degree from St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas. He lives in Park City, Utah, with his wife and daughter.
The times they are a-changin' -- and they're doing so in a bloody hurry.
Of the major indices, we must pay the most consideration to the Russell 2000 and its weak finish.
Regardless of your positioning during the first quarter, this is a fantastic time to reevaluate and regroup.
I would continue avoiding the temptation to turn to the dark -- short -- side.
Boredom is something every intraday trader must deal with.
I believe it’s more than a little premature to assume the crisis in Cyprus has run its course.
Given the hysteria that's sure to follow the Cyprus decision, let's be sure to enter with a clear head.
It's not just for futures traders.
Remember: As short-term traders, our only concern is spotting the opportunity that lies within the crisis.