Jeremy is head of technical analysis at Updata and founded Indexia Research in 1983. Jeremy is an expert on Point and Figure charts. He lectures the Point and Figure module for the STA, and sets the Point and Figure module for the International Federation of Technical Analysts.
Marcus du Sautoy is the Charles Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science and Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of New College.
Kevin Edgeley has worked in the city since 1982. He spent 15 years as a floor trader on LIFFE for Bache, HSBC and Goldman Sachs before moving to a technical strategy role within economic research.
Chris has spent his City career in the bond markets, market making and proprietary trading. He has been a member of the STA for over 20 years.
Dr. Alexander Elder is a professional trader and teacher of traders. He is the author of several books, including Trading for a Living, considered a modern classic. He grew up in Estonia and entered medical school at 16. He worked as a psychiatrist and taught at Columbia University.
After graduating from the London School of Economics Nicole Elliott started her banking career in the City of London in 1982. Whether in trading, sales or an advisory capacity Technical Analysis has been the bedrock of her methodology.
Pedro has 15 years’ experience in financial markets, serving for 4 years as Head of Exchange Traded Products at Euronext for Europe, before co-founding ResearchPool in January 2015. Pedro has extensive and unique knowledge on market infrastructure, financial regulation and […]
Stuart started his career with National Westminster Bank in New York, as a foreign exchange dealer and gravitated to head of chart analysis for Nat West Markets in the 1990’s back in London.
David Fuller is a global strategist and Chairman of Fuller Treacy Money http://www.fullertreacymoney.com. He joined the STA in 1970 and is also a Fellow of the Society.
Valérie Gastaldy graduated from ESSEC in 1985 to join immediately France’s largest broker at the time, Meeschaert-Rousselle, where she launched the first OTC index option in 1986, before being a market-maker on MONEP and then a prop ‘trader. Technical analysis appeared more adequate than fundamentals to answer her needs for short-term risk management.
Aurélia Gerber, director at the Bank J. Safra Sarasin develops and manages quantitative multi-asset investments strategies. With 17 years in Institutional Asset Management she has extensive experience in the construction and the management of products in fixed income, money market, equity, balanced, alternative and emerging markets. She is skilled in technical and fundamental investment analysis.
Nick Glydon has worked as a technical analyst since 1986, most recently at Credit Lyonnais, Flemings and JP Morgan. In 2003 he co-founded Redburn Partners, now Europe’s biggest independent equity broker.
Sunil runs a niche research and brokerage firm, Continuous Change Charts, servicing a few selected institutions providing technical advisory services. He brings over 12 years’ experience in analysing, researching, developing and applying simple but effective equity trading strategies. His technical […]
Steven Goldstein is a Performance Coach and Consultant working with traders and participants in the financial markets. He is the founder of BGT Edge Ltd and coaches traders and managers at a growing number of investment banks and hedge funds in the UK and Europe. In addition to that Steven provides technical analysis on a number of currency pairs for 3CAnalysis.
Peter is the founding partner of WaveTrack International and has published Elliott Wave analysis for all of the four asset classes for over 20 years. He is the author of the monthly institutional EW-Navigator and the biweekly shorter-term EW-Compass reports.