Tony Plummer

Tony has worked in financial markets for more than 40 years, and currently researches group behaviour in financial markets and economic activity. He is also on the investment advisory committee of the Osiris Property Fund, and is a trustee of two pension funds.
Tony is a Fellow of the STA and was, until recently, a Visiting Professorial Fellow in economics at Queen Mary, University of London. His seminal book ‘Forecasting Financial Markets’ is now in its 6th edition and has been translated into a number of languages. More recently, Tony has had two books published. The first, ‘The Law of Vibration’, was published in 2013. This book addresses the source of, and theory behind, the wisdom of William D Gann. The second, ‘The Life Cycle Hypothesis’, was published in 2018. This book explores the idea that there is a fundamental, and very specific, pattern of evolution behind fluctuations in financial markets and in economic activity.

Forecasting Financial Markets: Technical Analysis and the Dynamics of Price Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; Revised edition (Mar. 1991)
The Law of Vibration: The Revelation of William D. Gann Publisher: Harriman House Ltd; 1 edition (25 Mar. 2013)

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