The No. 1 trader under 30, according to Wall Street Cheat Sheet, does not rely on pedestrian things like "models" and "charts" and "math" — he is good just because he is: "I’m not a technician and I really don’t study charts. That’s not to say I won’t look at them to see where things are. At the same time, I’m not a big fundamental guy based on the nature of how long I hold a position. I mean, I do understand the fundamentals of each stock and what people generally expect, but for the most part I rely heavily on intuition and the feel I have for a stock based on watching it for so long." Also, not for nothing, his father is the author of "Ask Shagg." [Wall Street Cheat Sheet via DB]
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