Ron Meisels is the developer of the “Meisels Index”, an overbought/oversold indicator based on daily closings prices. He is a highly respected technical analyst with over 40 years of stock market experience and the founder and president of Phases & Cycles Inc.
After training as a technical analyst with Standard and Poor’s, Nicola joined forces with Nick Glydon at Flemings. Subsequently the team moved to JP Morgan before helping found Redburn Partners in 2003.
Robin believes the markets tell stories. Her work is about making meaning of these stories by structuring their narratives so they are more easily accessed and more accurately read. She is drawn to values-based investing and sharing her findings through […]
Following a career as a scientist and university lecturer, Brian set up his own business to produce software for the mathematical analysis of the stock market. He has published many books and articles on the application of channels and cycles to market data. Brian is also a local councillor and was Leader of Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council until recently.
Elizabeth has been a member of the Society since 1992, and holds an MSc in Economics from Birkbeck College, University of London. She is well known in the softs market, having been widely quoted on Reuters and other services.
William is a Technical Strategist responsible for contributing to the RBS Global Technical product across all asset classes. He joined RBS from Tradermade International in 2009.
Charlie Morris is the chief investment officer at ByteTree Asset Management (BTAM). He is a lead portfolio manager and develops both crypto and traditional investment strategies for BTAM. He has 23 years’ experience in fund management, where he has built a reputation for managing actively managed, multi-asset portfolios, with an emphasis on efficient diversification and risk management. Although well versed in traditional asset classes, Charlie is best known for his expertise in alternative assets, notably gold and Bitcoin.
John J. Murphy, former technical analyst for CNBC, is author of several popular books including ‘Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets.’ His three books on intermarket analysis created a new branch of market analysis emphasizing global linkages. His latest book, entitled ‘Trading With Intermarket Analysis – A Visual Approach to Beating The Financial Markets Using Exchange Traded Funds‘ was published by John Wiley in 2013.
David read physics and geophysics at university, and has 18 years of experience with J P Morgan and his own firm, in both proprietary trading and investing, using the application of Elliott Wave to foreign exchange, bond and equity markets.
Thiru Nagappan is a trader, entrepreneur, speaker and the founder of Master the Markets. His career started as a cardiovascular pharmacologist and through an interesting turn of events, left his PhD and pursued financial trading. He worked on a trading […]
Russell Napier, ASIP, is an independent strategist at and co-founder of ERIC, an online platform for the sale of high-quality individually priced investment research. He is the author of “The Solid Ground,” a global macro report originally published by CLSA and now published independently. Mr. Napier is a director of the Mid Wynd International Investment Trust and the Scottish Investment Trust.
Aboudy Nasser is the founder and Director of VIA Trader, an automated real time technical market news commentary service.
Julien Nebenzahl, CFTe 2003, has an initial background in management (ESCEM) and economics (Paris X University). He started his career as a portfolio manager, having used technical analysis since 1994.
Trevor Neil has been a trader for over 40 years and technical analyst for more than 30. He is a past board member of the STA and runs BETA Group, which gives market timing skill seminars to institutions internationally.
John graduated in Accounting & Finance from Exeter University in 2000, and joined Citigroup. His initial position was on the proprietary trading desk, trading Spot FX and Interest Rate futures, together with writing technically based research. In 2002, he moved to focus completely on technical research.