Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) May 22, 2010
InvestorsMail.com is excited to announce that contributor Fred Garza has completed his live trading adventure by reaching a portfolio value of $103,541.77 while tweeting all his trades.
Some Highlights Include:
Biggest Trade – Gain ($): GETA: $3,590
Biggest Trade – Gain (%): GWTR: +53.84 %
Biggest Trade – Loss ($): STD: -$518
Biggest Trade – Loss (%): MNLU -40.36%
Biggest Mistake: Purchased 1250 shares of Kodak (EK) at $5.74 on Feb 23rd. Could have and should have sold the stock @ $8.90 April 26th. Made the mistake of hanging on to it until finally selling at $5.83.
Download Fred’s Complete Trade History For His Journey here: http://www.investorsmail.com/download.htm
Fred Garza: “Definitely an all around enjoyable learning experience. When I started I was a complete novice in regards to Twitter and completely ignorant to the potential of the medium. Now I view Twitter as valuable tool that I will continue to use as part of my trading arsenal.”
Investors Mail would like to thank all those that provided Fred kind words of encouragement and symbols to watch during his journey.
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About Fred Garza:
A retired Union Pacific bank manager Fred has been trading stocks for well over 30 years first passively managing his investments then as an active and successful day trader. When not trading or researching / writing for InvestorsMail.com Fred spends most of his free time tinkering in the garage on his 1958 Jaguar Roadster and spending quality time with his family.
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