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: Intuit Stock Hanging on by a Thread

After falling 15% from recent highs, INTU stock's chart points to further weakness ahead. This stock continues to show absolute and relative weakness.

Trade of the Day: Schlumberger Stock Is a Catch-Up Play

Energy stocks like Schlumberger SLB stock in recent weeks have begun showing signs of life after notable underperformance. This could bode well into year-end and into 2020.

Trade of the Day: Warm up With Campbell Soup Stock

CPB stock rallied following the company's latest earnings report. Despite a marginally lowered outlook CPB stock held in well and on the charts scored a technical breakout that could serve it well in coming weeks.

Trade of the Day: Dollar Tree Stock Becoming a Penny Bargain

DLTR stock fell more than 20% over the past few trading sessions. From a price action perspective in the near term the stock is now getting markedly oversold and ripe for a tradeable bounce.

Trade of the Day: The Year-End Bull Case for the Russell 2000

The IWM ETFtrotted sideways for most of the year after a rally in January and February. The recent breakout attempt however is getting attention and could indeed result in more upside through year-end 2019.