Glyn Bradney was a trader / chief dealer in the London money markets for 20 years after graduating from Imperial College in Chemistry! His long standing membership to the STA goes back to the days of our predecessor, ACTA. In 1992 he joined Reuters, now Thomson Reuters, and continues to work there, having global responsibility for graphics and technical analysis.
Time Factors. That is the key to surviving today’s volatility. W.D. Gann was a master of Time and Price forecasting. Constance Brown, better known by clients as Connie Brown, is one of the world’s leading practitioners of Gann Analysis. Other […]
Ghassan worked as Head of CFD Cash desk at Moore Clayton stock brokers before moving to a boutique hedge fund, Sam Capital Partners, specializing in European equities as a Senior Technical Analyst assisting portfolio managers in choosing Long/Short portfolios as well as intra-day trading Dax futures. Most recently, Ghassan worked as Technical Analyst and Portfolio Manager at BlueCrest Capital where he developed a focus on options and the critical use of TA in options trading.
Kevin Bull started his career in financial markets in 2009, by studying technical analysis on a full-time basis. These studies led Kevin to sit the STA Diploma in 2010 and subsequently to form fxtradingcompany.com. Kevin has since spent the past […]
Julien Camberlin, CFTe, MFTA, CEWA Level 1, member of SAMT As an Elliott wave specialist, Julien Camberlin has developed new ideas about how markets behave according to Elliott Waves, Chaos Theory and Fractals. His studies explain that prices are not […]
Tim specialises in providing financial services regulatory advice to a range of, investment managers, brokers and banks. He has previously worked in the FSA’s (as it then was) Markets and Infrastructure Department and HM Treasury on MiFID II; his experience […]
Robert Carver is an independent systematic futures trader, writer, and a visiting lecturer at Queen Mary, University of London. He is the author of “Systematic Trading: A unique new method for designing trading and investing systems”, and “Smart Portfolios: A […]
Francesco has been developing and trading with systems since 1996. From 2000 to 2003 he ran a systematic prop trading operation at Banca Intesa in London, and from 2003 has managed the Pioneer Systematic Diversified hedge fund for Pioneer Alternative Investments, based in Dublin.
Gerry Celaya runs Redtower Asset Management which advises banks, brokers, hedge funds, central banks and real money managers. Gerry has been a professional technical analyst for over 25 years and still learns something new every day, and firmly believes that the best way to learn is to have the courage to make mistakes.
Ernie is the Managing Member of QTS Capital Management, LLC., a commodity pool operator and trading advisor. He is the author of “Quantitative Trading: How to Build Your Own Algorithmic Trading Business” and “Algorithmic Trading: Winning Strategies and Their Rationale”, both published by Wiley. He maintains a popular blog “Quantitative Trading” at epchan.blogspot.com.
Chris Clarke is Managing Partner, Lawrence Clarke Investment Management LLP. After spending 10 years in the City as a senior trader, primarily as Executive Director at Goldman Sachs, Chris left to trade his own money. After 5 years of research, design and testing of systematic approaches to futures trading Chris set up a fund in 2005 which subsequently became a fully FCA regulated UK based investment management business in 2010.
Alan has been in the financial markets since 1980. Working for Barclays and KOP/Merita as a spot, forward and proprietary trader and as head of FX sales using technical analysis as a basis for all roles. After working at Dresdner as a technical analyst he and 2 colleagues founded PIA-First, an independent technical analysis company that covers FX, fixed income and equity indices.
Yann has been working as a European equity portfolio manager at AXA Framlington since 2006, following 7 years spent in a similar role with Barclays Asset Management. Previously he worked as a sell-side analyst for a French stockbroker.
Richard has a long held interest in technical analysis, working for some years in collaboration with other published analysts, including Teddy Clarke, one of the founder members of ACTA, while in Teather & Greenwood.