My name is Nabeel and I'm the voice behind Syncubate.
Syncubate began as a principle, an idea, and a desire to motivate traders and demystify the world of the stock market.
Growing up, I enjoyed studying many subjects, but gravitated to Economics in college. As a student at the University of Maryland, College Park, I completed my Bachelor of Arts in the subject, graduating Cum Laude with Honors as Commencement Speaker of my department's class in 2006.
Over the years, and especially after the drama of the 2008 financial crisis, friends and associates have regularly asked me for my opinion about stocks. Through Syncubate, I decided to document my thoughts and observations and present them to the world.
I believe that anybody can learn how to trade the stock market, regardless of their academic or professional background. It just takes confidence, motivation, and most importantly, discipline. This is where Syncubate comes in.
You don't need a Ph.D. in Finance or Economics to be a good trader, and you won't need these credentials to follow along with the market commentary presented on the blog.
The market humbles the best of us. And as the disclaimer clearly states, Syncubate does not provide investment advice.
What I have a passion for is writing about and conveying what the market may be trying to tell us, primarily through observing underlying price action and employing basic technical and fundamental analysis. I may be wrong, or I may be right. The market ultimately decides - at best, we can just try and anticipate its next move.
With that said, thank you for following the blog. Make sure to join in on the discussion by commenting and providing your input. And of course, help spread the word about Syncubate by connecting with me on Twitter and Stocktwits.