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Tips for Trading Stocks or Commodities
- The biggest errors a stock market or commodity futures trader can make is having too much money riding on one particular trade or market niche.
- Most newbie traders stake too much money in the hopes of a quick win. Experienced traders should know better.
- Overconfidence is another cause of excessive risk and loss.
- As a trader, follow a trading plan. Your trading system will give you the rules to follow. Keep your trading plan simple, so you can follow it. A trading plan must have three parts of it: Setup, Entry and Exit.
The list below of Who's Who of Wall Street experts is divided into categories and names of the experts (arranged in a more or less random order):
Top Who's Who On Wall Street Economics and Financial Journalists:
Ken Auletta, Susie Gharib, Paul Kangas, Linda O'Bryon, Gretchen Morgenson, Steve Burkholder, Steve Burkholder, Nanette Byrnes, Christopher Palmeri, David Skeel, Martin Braun, Alan Murray, Kevin Delaney, Jonathan Krim, Darren McDermott, Neil McIntosh, Almar Latour, Li Yuan, Greg Bartalos, John Kimelman, Ed Lin, Fleming Meeks, Steven Sears, Johanna Bennett, Murray Coleman, Alexander Eule, Teresa Rivas, David Englander, Miriam Gottfried, Grace Williams, Richard Rescigno, Lauren Rublin, Phil Roosevelt, David Schutt, Andy Bary, Michael Santoli, Thomas Donlan, Jonathan Laing, Jay Palmer, Jack Willoughby, Bill Alpert, Sandra Ward, Jacqueline Doherty, Robin Blumenthal, Lawrence Strauss, Leslie Norton, Vito Racanelli, Gene Epstein, Mark Veverka, Jim McTague, Tom Sullivan, Anita Peltonen, Christopher Williams, Dimitra DeFotis, Susan Witty, Neil Martin, Theresa Carey, Mike Hogan, Suzanne McGee, Rhonda Brammer, Pauline Yuelys, Teresa Vozzo, Darrell Preston, Liz Willen, David Dietz, Eddie Baeb, William Selway, Michael Marois, Andrew Pratt, Darren Gersh, Guy Adami, Pierre Alexandre, Daniel Altman, Brett Arends, Erin Arvedlund, Peter Barnes, Maria Bartiromo, Robert Bennett, Janet Bodnar, Deirdre Boltonm, Marcus Brauchli, John Brooks, Erin Burnett, Thom Calandra, David Callahan, Justin Catanoso, Bill Coffin, James Collin, Peter Cook, Jim Cramer, Janet Elizabeth Dyer, David Enrich, Sharon Epperson, Charlie Gasparino, Bill Griffeth, Christine Harper, John Helmer, Michael Hudson, Paul Kangas, Tom Keene, Ken Silverstein, Zachery Kouwe, Lawrence Kudlow, Jean Lee, Michael Lewis, Betty Liu, James Michaels, David Morrow, Scott Patterson, Carl Quintanilla, J.J. Ramberg, Louis Rukeyser, Merryle Rukeyser, William Rukeyser, Rick Santelli, Erik Schatzker, Stephen Shepard, Andrew Sorkin, Betsy Stark, Allyson Stewart-Allen, Gerri Willis, Tanya Beckett, Nils Blythe, Louise Botting, Sally Bundock, Declan Curry, Evan Davis, Peter Day, Stephanie Flanders, B. C. Forbes, Steve Forbes, David Goodhart, Liam Halligan, Simon Jack, Martin Lewis, Norman Macrae, James Morgan, Robert Peston, Jeff Randall, Andrew Verity, Jim Jubak, Jon Markman, Jack Otter, Rachel Elson, Nelson Wang, Megan Jordan, Ray Martin, Alexis Christoforous, Edwin Finn, Randall Forsyth, Jonathan Dahl, Janet Paskin, James Stewart, Jeff Nash, Steven Kutz, Jack Hough, Bill Bischoff, Jonathan Hoenig, Jilian Mincer, AnnaMaria Andriotis, Catey Hill, Jonnelle Marte, Sarah Morgan, Eric Schurenberg, Jill Schlesinger, Bill Emmott, Greg Ip, Matt Winkler, John Micklethwait, Josh Tyrangiel, David Schlesinger, Chrystia Freeland, Matt Bishop and Andy Serwer.
Top Who's Who On Wall Street CEO's and Investment Bankers:
Baudouin Prot, CEO of BNP Paribas (BNP Paribas CIB); Vikram Pandit, CEO Citigroup (Citi Institutional Clients Group); Robert E. (Bob) Diamond Jr., CEO of Barclays Capital; Josef Ackermann, CEO of Deutsche Bank; Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs; Stuart Gulliver, CEO of HSBC; Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase (J. P. Morgan Investment Bank); James P. Gorman, CEO of Morgan Stanley; Oswald Grübel, CEO of UBS (UBS Investment Bank); Nicholas Moore, CEO of Macquarie Group; Stephen Hester, CEO of Royal Bank of Scotland; Kenichi Watanabe, Brady Dougan, CEO of Credit Suisse; CEO of Nomura Securities and Brian Moynihan, CEO of Bank of America & Merrill Lynch.
Top Who's Who On Wall Street Experts and Industry Thought Leaders:
Peter Schiff, Bill Ackman, Raghuram Rajan, Brooksley Born, Marc Faber, Anirvan Banerji, Len Zacks, David Gardner, Tom Gardner, Philip Davis, Matthew Bradbard, Frederic Ruffy, Michael Filloon, Robert Weinstein, Ian Bezek, Joseph Shaefer, Michael Anderson, Chimin Sang, Kurtis Hemmerling, Osman Gulseven, Andrew Wilkinson , Frederic Ruffy, Philip Davis, Rocco Pendola, David Van Knap, Marc Gerstein, Hao Jin, George Spritzer, Lawrence Weinman, Frank Constantino, Dirk Quayle, Brad Case, Alan Brochstein, Michael Johnston, Tom Lydon, Brad Case, Richard Shaw, Todd Feldman, Prieur du Plessis, Chris Ciovacco, Leith van Onselen, Tim Iacono, Felix Salmon, Cullen Roche, John Mason, John Mauldin, Karl Denninger, Ben Strubel, Matthew Bradbard, Michael Filloon, Michael Fitzsimmons, Marc Chandler, Cliff Wachtel, Andrew Wilkinson, Ralph Shell, Steven Kiel, Philip Mause, Nicholas Marshi, Michael Filloon, John Petersen, Joseph Shaefer, Kurt Wulff, Clayton Reeves, Ian Bezek, Xiaofan Zhang, Glen Bradford, Jeff Pierce, Tom Lydon, Chip Krakoff, Bill James, Roger Nusbaum, David Hunkar Martin Hutchinson, Marc Chandler, John Mauldin, Charles Lewis Sizemore, Charles Ferguson, Gary Gordon, Ananthan Thangavel, Greg Ho, Alan Brochstein, Chris Ciovacco, Marc Chaikin, Chuck Carnevale, Brian Foglia, Dian Chu, Ralph Shell, Lionel Barber, Jeff Miller, Robert Prechter, Robert Gnaizda, Nassim Taleb. Dean Bakers, Med Jones and Nouriel Roubini.
Top Who's Who On Wall Street Investors:
John Paulson, Brian Rogers, Susan Byrne, David Herro, Ron Baron, Daniel Loeb, Eddie Lampert, Carl Icahn, Martin Whitman, Mohamed El Erian, Arnold Van Den Berg, Bruce Berkowitz, Carl Icahn, Charles Brandes, Chuck Akre, David Dreman, Donald Smith, Donald Yacktman, Edward Lampert, Edward Owens, Glenn Greenberg, Ian Cumming, James Barrow, Jean-Marie Eveillard, Joel Greenblatt, John Griffin, John Hussman, John Keeley, Julian Robertson, Lee Ainslie, Mario Gabelli, Martin Whitman, Mason Hawkins, Michael Price, Richard Aster Jr, Richard Perry, Robert Rodriguez, Ron Baron, Ronald Muhlenkamp, Ruane Cunniff, Seth Klarman, Steve Mandel, Tom Gayner, Tweedy Browne, Wallace Weitz, Wilbur Ross, George Soros and Warren Buffett.
Top Who's Who On Wall Street Government Officials and Policy Makers:
John W. Snow, Paul O'Neill and Robert Rubin. Current and former members of the Council of Economic Advisors, Austan Goolsbee, Cecilia Rouse, Katherine Baicker, Matthew J. Slaughter, Edward P. Lazear, Donald B. Marron, Christina Romer, Arthur M. Okun, Edwin G. Nourse, Leon H. Keyserling, John D. Clark, Roy Blough, Robert C. Turner, Arthur F. Burns, Neil H. Jacoby, Walter W. Stewart, Raymond J. Saulnier, Joseph S. Davis, Paul W. McCracken, Karl Brandt, Henry C. Wallich, Walter W. Heller, James Tobin, Kermit Gordon, Gardner Ackley, John P. Lewis, Otto Eckstein, James S. Duesenberry, Merton J. Peck, Warren L. Smith, Paul W. McCracken, Herbert Stein, Ezra Solomon, Marina v.N. Whitman, Gary L. Seevers, William J. Fellner, Paul. W. MacAvoy, Burton G. Malkiel, Charles L. Schultze, William D. Nordhaus, Lyle E. Gramley, George C. Eads, Stephen M. Goldfeld, Murray L. Weidenbaum, William A. Niskanen, Jerry L. Jordan, Martin Feldstein, William Poole, Beryle W. Sprinkel, Thomas Gale Moore, Michael L. Mussa, Michael J. Boskin, John B. Taylor, Richard L. Schmalensee, David F. Bradford, Paul Wonnacott, Laura D'Andrea Tyson, Alan S. Blinder, Joseph E. Stiglitz, Martin N. Bailey, Alicia H. Munnell, Janet L. Yellen, Jeffrey A. Frankel, Rebecca M. Blank, Martin N. Bailey, Robert Z. Lawrence, Kathryn L. Shaw, R. Glenn Hubbard, Mark B. McClellan, Randall S. Kroszner, Kristin J. Forbes, and Harvey S. Rosen, Larry Summers, David Walker, Ron Paul, Federal Reserve Chairmen Paul Volker, Alan Greenspan and Ben Bernanke and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Hank Paulson.
Top Who's Who On Wall Street Economy Related Think Tanks:
Institute for International Economics, American Enterprise Institute, Brookings Institution, Cambridge Energy Research Associates, Cato Institute, Center for Economic Policy Analysis, Century Foundation, Committee for Economic Development, Economic Policy Institute, Economic Research Council (London), Employment Policy Foundation, Economic Strategy Institute, Heritage Foundation, Institute for International Economics, International Institute of Management , Jerome Levy Economics Institute, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, Kiel Institute of World Economics, National Bureau of Economic Research, National Center for Public Policy Research, Progressive Policy Institute, Center for Economic Research, Theoretical Research Institute United for Fair Economy, Urban Institute, Washington Institute for Policy Studies, Greenling Institute, Center for Economic and Policy Research, Brookings Institution, American Enterprise Institute, Center for Economic Policy Analysis.
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