Stephen W.Bigalow – CAT 2007 Seminar
Stephen W. Bigalow possesses over twenty-five years of investment experience, including eight years as a stockbroker with major Wall Street firms: Kidder Peabody & Company, Cowen & Company, and Oppenheimer & Company.
Stephen W. Bigalow holds a business and economics degree from Cornell University and has lectured at Cornell and at many private educational investment functions over the past twenty years.
His first book, Profitable Candlestick Trading: Pinpointing Market Opportunities to Maximize Profits, published by John Wiley & Sons, hit the market in January 2002. The book is directed toward the new investor all the way up to the most sophisticated professionals. He emphasizes that investors, especially unsophisticated investors, can extract information from the signals. This information, filled with common sense investment principles, dramatically expands an investor’s perspective. Reading the book eliminates the need to depend on investment professionals. Click here, Profitable Candlestick Trading, to find out more about the book.
This book takes trading to the next level, combining the proven results of Japanese Candlestick charting with effective Western technical analysis. The self-mastery of profitable investing is simplified with quick visual evaluations. Click here, High-Profit Candlestick Patterns, for details.
His experience with Candlesticks started over fifteen years ago. This was approximately when Candlesticks were first introduced into the United States.