Serge Berger

Serge Berger

Serge Berger is the Head Trader and Investment Strategist for The Steady Trader.

He has been an active trader since 1998. During his career, he has been a financial analyst, dealt in fixed income instruments at JPMorgan, and was a proprietary trader in equity options and futures. Having exposure to a range of different asset classes allowed him to identify which asset classes and strategies best fit his goal of achieving consistent profits.

Over the years, he created a trading methodology that divides markets into different time frames and characters, allowing him to determine which strategies to apply in which situations without emotion. By focusing on only the highest probability trading setups, Serge maximizes overall profitability and minimizes stress and volatility.

Follow him on Twitter via @SteadyTrader.

Recent Articles

Trade of the Day: Fading the Rally in Intel Stock

Although INTC stock has lagged its peersin 2019 and could thus hold up relatively well in 2020, in the immediate term the stock's rally could be ripe for a pause or mean-reversion lower.

Trade of the Day: Nasdaq 100 QQQ ETF in Risky Territory

The QQQ etf has risen about 5% year to date, on top of a viciously sharp rally in q4 2019. As a result this index and many of its largest constituent stocks are morbidly overbought in the short term and in dangerous territory.

Trade of the Day: Fading the Rally in JPM Stock

JPM stock in recent months rallied to the very upper end of its longer-term trend. After an initially bullish reaction to earnings this week, JPM stock has reversed lower and now sets up for a quick short-side trading opportunity.

Trade of the Day: More Bullish Behavior in Canopy Growth Stock

Marijuana stocks had an outstanding couple of trading days recently. The technically sound pattern developing on Canopy Growth is notable.

Trade of the Day: TSLA Stock Reaches Historic Overbought Readings

While I personally like what Tesla is doing as a company, TSLA stock in the near term is likely getting very overbought. Less risk averse active traders and investors could look at it from the short side for a trade.