The below MP3 file is an audio interview I did with Tim Bourquin back in February 2008 for his site, Trader Interviews. The interview lasts about 20 minutes covering topics such as how/ when I started trading, the types of fundamental screens I use each night and the types of charts I study each night for the stocks I am studying to buy and sell.
Click here to Play the Interview:
042111_Trader Interviews 2008-02-28 Trader
I listened to the interview last night and I can tell you that nothing has changed in my trading style since 2008, as far as the core foundation is concerned.
Screens and items I talk about in the interview and still use today:
- Fundamental Screens and Scans
- How to Create a Successful Stock Watch List
- Position Sizing and Expectancy
Enjoy and certainly let me know what you think!
Show notes: Chris Perruna is a part-time trader who holds positions from three to nine months at a time, looking for larger moves in stocks he chooses based on a popular trading system from a leading market newspaper. Here we talk about the three stock screens he uses each night, why he likes stocks that are about to bounce off their 200-day moving average and why he, even though he is a longer-term trader, will get out of a position the same day if the trade isn’t working out. Chris’ blog can be found at: ChrisPerruna.com.
Note: In the interview, I say the words “daily charts” twice when I meant to say “intraday chart” and “daily chart”.
I look at the intraday chart, daily chart, weekly chart and point & figure chart for each stock I analyze (nightly).
NOTE: In the interview, I suggest that my screens are showing red flags as they are very weak. Well, the NASDAQ $COMPQ dropped more than 40% over the next year.