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SharePlanner is a Real-Time Trading Network for actionable trade setups, watch-lists, stock screens, and social network of traders[1] for collaboration and to exchange trading ideas. Traders provide their entry prices, stop-losses, target prices for their trades.


SharePlanner was founded by Ryan Mallory[2] and Matt Walters in 2007. Mr. Mallory is a BA graduate of the University of Central Florida's College of Sciences and has a Masters of Business from Nova Southeastern University's Wayne Huizenga school of business. Mr. Walters is graduate from the University of Miami with a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering. Walters was drafted in the fifth round of the 2003 NFL Draft (selection 150 overall) by the New York Jets.


Social Network[edit]

SharePlanner is primarily a social network that focuses on the collaboration and exchange of investment and trading ideas among traders, as well as the placement of real-time trades by its users.[3] Within the Trader Network, users are able to post charts, join specific trading groups, view trader rankings, and interact with each other via network email, and wall postings.


There are a number of authors on SharePlanner that provides daily content that includes watch-lists, stock screens, educational trading articles, market analysis, daily trading plans, and technical analysis research.

Trading Cue[edit]

The Trading Cue[3] allows its users to voluntarily post their stock trades which includes detailed information on the entry price, stop-loss, target price and rationale for the user's trade.

Included in the Trading Cue is a discussion forum that allows users to interact with one another and discuss market conditions, trade ideas and opinions.

Premium Services[edit]

In August 2010, SharePlanner launched its Premium Services which includes a mechanical investment system, and an options income service.


SharePlanner articles have been seen on The Motley Fool,[4] InvestorPlace,[5] MoneyShow,[6] MSN Money,[7] Charles E. Kirk's The Kirk Report[8] (and TraderInterviews).[9]

SharePlanner is a contributor for Slope Of Hope[10] Benzinga,[11] iStockAnalyst,[12] and TraderPlanet.[13]


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