If I’ve noticed one thing all traders have in common, it’s that they love to talk about trading, and I am certainly no exception to the rule. Maybe it’s because trading is, for most of us, quite a lonely activity. Or perhaps it is because the majority of those around us don’t really understand what it is we actually do. Whatever the reason, I’m re-opening this old blog of mine as somewhere to chew the fat and share some insights about trading. Hopefully some of them will prove useful to others — both traders and would-be traders.
Before we get down to trading talk, please allow me to introduce myself properly. My name is Harvey Walsh, and I am, of course, a trader. To be more precise, I am a day trader. I have been earning a full time living from the markets for more years than I care to think about (not because I haven’t enjoyed those years, just because it makes me feel old to think about how many of them there have been). My preferred market is the NASDAQ, and through this column I’ll explain why I think it’s one of the greatest markets to trade. Stocks are by no means all that I trade though. I usually have at least a couple of forex positions open, and over the last couple of years I have been trading cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ether. I even wrote a book about how you can do the same.
That’s not the only book I’ve written, it just happens to be the most recent. On the home page of this website you’ll see all the others I’ve published. There are links to each, with a short intro video and details about what each book covers.
However you stumbled across this site, and whether or not my books are of interest to you, I hope you will find something useful here. By the way, I’m open to feedback and suggestions of topics to write about. I’ve got quite a lot of stuff scheduled already, but feel free to drop me a line any time. I always reply to (courteous, non-abusive) messages, though sometimes it can take me a few days!