John J. Murphy

John J. Murphy

Chief Technical Analyst,
STA Meetings : Speakers : John J. Murphy

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.

The International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA) recognized his accomplishments with an award for outstanding contribution to global market analysis. He is also a recipient of the Market Technicians Association Annual Award. John relies heavily on Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) to implement global asset allocation and sector rotation strategies. His intermarket approach bridges the gap between economic, fundamental, and technical analyses. He is the chief technical analyst for website, and his current market views are published on that site. We are delighted that John Murphy will be helping us unravel the DNA of the market.

Presentations for the STA

IFTA 2014 Trading with Intermarket Analysis

John J Murphy, author of the seminal ‘Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets,’ discusses trading with intermarket analysis.

Trading with Intermarket Analysis
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STA Videos with Mr. Murphy

  • IFTA2014 - Trading with Intermarket Analysis

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