The Lifecycle Trade: How to Win at Trading IPOs and Super Growth Stocks
The Lifecycle Trade provides unique insight into the behavior of Super Growth Stocks starting with their initial public offerings (IPOs). Using extensive proprietary research, this practical guide contains never-before-published findings that provide revelatory statistics that can help you learn how to find big, winning stocks early.
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Eve Boboch has been a portfolio manager and market strategist at Roppel Capital Management since 2011. Prior to joining the firm, Eve enjoyed a multifaceted career at the Federal Reserve for more than twenty years. She earned an MBA in Finance from Loyola University of Chicago. She started investing in 1995, learning from mentors, including William O’Neil, Jim Roppel, Dr. Brett Steenbarger, Peter Brandt, Dan Zanger, and the study team members. She has a passion for the stock market and stock analysis and is featured in the book How to Make Money in Stocks Success Stories by Amy Smith.
Kathy Donnelly received a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Houston. Despite a successful career in the Oil and Gas industry, Kathy’s goal has long been to manage her own money. It was in 2006 when she met her team members in Naperville, Illinois, and was able to fulfill her dream and start trading actively. Today Kathy manages her own money while pursuing fitness goals. She recently became a two-time Ironman Finisher. Her mentors include the study team members, William O’Neil, Dan Zanger, and Peter Brandt.
Eric Krull has been a full-time trader since 1999 and has managed a hedge fund in the Chicago area since 2013. Prior to that, he was a business management consultant, financial analyst, and project engineer. He earned an MBA from the University of Chicago with a concentration in Investments. Eric develops TradeStation® programs to analyze markets, stocks, and trading strategies. His mentors include William O’Neil, Jim Roppel, Dan Zanger, Mark Minervini, and the other study team members.
Kurt Daill is a full-time commercial airline pilot and part-time money manager and stock speculator. He served as a Top Gun Instructor and U.S. Naval Officer for more than twenty years. In furtherance of his investing career, Kurt started reading books by William O’Neil in 2003. In 2014, he founded the Pilot Investors Group, LLC, which coordinates monthly training events for individual stock speculators. Kurt remains engaged in the process of striving to become an expert in the field of money management and stock speculation.
Kathy Donnelly laid out her methodology for investing in IPO's with Dale Pinkert the @ForexStop Hunter on the F.A.C.E. webinar (Forex Analytix Community Experience) @forexanalytix Monday, October 12, 2020.
Kathy Donnelly joins Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre to explore trading methods and tactics for timing the volatile world of stocks with explosive growth potential - tackling common IPO misconceptions and exploring trading opportunities based on back-tested strategies. Featured stocks include FSLY, LVGO, TSLA, NKLA, BIGC, MSFT, ADSK, and many more.
Kathy Donnelly featured on Investing with Investors Business Daily Podcast with Irusha Peiris from MarketSmith to discuss how she started investing, her mentor William J. O'Neil IBD Founder, why post analysis has been her #1 key to success, and top stocks Spotify, Ping, and Twilio #InvestingwithIBD.
Eve Boboch featured on Investing with Investors Business Daily Podcast with Irusha Peiris from MarketSmith to discuss how she started investing, her mentor William J. O'Neil, how she researches stocks, and how co-authoring the book The Lifecycle Trade made her a better trader.
Eric Krull featured on Benzinga PreMarket Prep April 15 to discuss a cold 2020 IPO Market YTD and what to look for in Top Performing stocks from 2018-2020 with Joel Elconin, Spencer Israel, and Dennis Dick (starts ~42:40)
Eric Krull featured on Benzinga PreMarket Prep February 16 to talk 2020 IPOs and Virgin Galactic (SPCE), UBER, Redfin (RDFN), and many other IPOs starting an Institutional Advance Phase from 2019 with Joel Elconin, Spencer Israel, and Dennis Dick (starts ~36:00)