Timothy Collins has worked as a financial adviser since 1999, focusing on portfolio customization, with a concentration on correlation arbitrage and risk-managed growth. He started Collins Capital Advisors in 2007, which has evolved into TangleTrade Management, LLC. Currently, he operates Retro Wall Street, a site focused on education, trader mentoring and humor. You'll find him spending his days in the Retro Wall Street chat room.
Prior to joining his first firm, American Express Financial Advisors, in 1999, Collins worked as a staff accountant for United Information Systems in Bethesda, Md. He has also worked as a financial analyst for Securities Pricing and Research in Annapolis, Md. Collins is a graduate of McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland College), with degrees in business administration, economics and sociology and is a winner of the Bates Prize.
Recent Articles By The Author
Going in Circles With the QQQs
Let's update on the Invesco QQQ fund and see what a push through $390 would do.
It Could Be Time to Roll the Dice on This Casino Stock
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Fast Track or Slow Track, I Still Believe in Genprex's Long-Term Story
This health biotech has been dealt some tough hands, but is still at the table. Here's my take.
Let's Take the Wheel of Cerence
I've got CRNC on my screen as the automotive tech company gave up much of its value exiting 2021.
Monday's Big QQQ-uestion
Let's look at the move in the Invesco QQQ Trust and where it could go from here.
Alcoa Catches My Eye and Here's Why
As we're closing up the week, AA still has a strong look to it.
Traders Might Want to Give Cloudflare a Look
If you're hunting out potential bounce plays with clear stops this could be the one.
There May Be an Opportunity Here With Weibo
If we show some market stability, then WB will be a name I'll consider.
I Like Global-E Online for the Longer Term
Now I'm looking at a Ratio Put Spread.
There's a Short-Term Opportunity Here for Traders of Oracle
After a difficult ending to 2021, ORCL needs a fresh start.