STA Meetings - Speakers
STA Meetings - Speakers
The STA is very fortunate to have the world’s best speakers on technical analysis, trading and fund management address its London conferences and monthly meetings.
For example John Murphy, Robert Prechter, Martin Pring, Dr Alexander Elder, Tom DeMark, Linda Raschke, Anthony Bolton (Fidelity), Hugh Hendry, Tony Plummer and the chief technical analysts/strategists from major investment banks such as HSBC, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, Nomura, UBS, RBS, Lloyds etc. have all addressed STA members.
They continue to speak at the STA’s monthly meetings and to teach on STA educational courses.
Please find a list of the most recent speakers below.
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.Read more ›
Paddy Osborn has spent more than 20 years as a trader, technical analyst and technical analysis service provider. He traded Japanese Equity Derivatives at NKK before moving to TraderMade, and has recently joined BETA Group, providing seminars on TA and behavioural finance to City firms.Read more ›
Dr Carol Osler is a programme director and professor at the Brandeis International Business School, where her research focuses on currency markets. She received her BA from Swarthmore College and her PhD from Princeton University.Read more ›
Deborah Owen is a past Chairman of the Society of Technical Analysts and the editor of the Society’s Journal, The Market Technician.She is also Head of Education and sits on the STA’s ethics, grandfathering and IFTA liaison committees.Read more ›
Alpesh, a former barrister, left to trade full time on his own account in 1996. He has written for the Financial Times since 1999, and provided regular market views for Barclays, Merrill Lynch and HSBC, as well as investment talks for American Express and Goldman Sachs.Read more ›
Will is primarily focused on distributing JWG’s award-winning regulatory change management platform, RegDelta. Working with senior stakeholders he has forged an extensive network through the front, middle and back-offices of many of the largest FS firms globally. Prior to working […]Read more ›
Tom has 24 years’ experience of financial markets, starting as a technical analyst/strategist with Standard and Poors. After Merrill Lynch, he comanaged Othon Investment, a $2 Billion Hedge Fund, before becoming Head of Technical Strategy at RBS for 10 years.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Robert R. Prechter, Jr, CMT, is President, Elliott Wave International and Executive Director, Socionomics Institute. He has written 14 books on finance, beginning with Elliott Wave Principle in 1978, which predicted a 1920s-style stock market boom.Read more ›
Martin J Pring entered the financial markets in 1969 and has grown to become a leader in the global investment community. He founded Pring Research in 1981 and began providing research for financial institutions and individual investors around the world. Since 1984, he has published the “Intermarket Review”, a monthly market letter offering a longterm synopsis of the world’s major financial markets.Read more ›
Dr. Hank Pruden is a professor in the School of Business at Golden Gate University in San Francisco, where he has been teaching for 37 years. Dr. Pruden is the executive director of the Institute of Technical Market Analysis (ITMA). At Golden Gate University, he developed the accredited courses in technical market analysis in 1976.Read more ›
Malcolm Pryor has been trading more or less full time for his own account since early 2002. He has a library of over 300 books on technical analysis and trading. He uses technical analysis to trade derivatives including spread bets. He has published three books and a DVD and has a website focused on spread betting.Read more ›
After completing an MBA in finance, Guido worked at Delta Forex, an Italian consultancy specialising in Elliott Wave analysis on currencies. In 1998 he started at Bloomberg, where his first task was to set up the TA group for the Analytics desk, supporting the European Head of Technical Analysis. In January 2005 he was promoted to Head of TA for the EMEA region.Read more ›
Phil has worked as a Technical Strategist on the dealing floor of four major investment banks during a 28 year career in the City. The rigour of trading greatly influenced his philosophy towards Technical Analysis and his focus on the dynamics of supply and demand in particular. Foreign Exchange is his primary trading interest although he generally monitors markets across asset class.Read more ›
Riccardo follows large- and mid-cap European and US equities, paying attention to domestic and foreign equity indices, currencies, commodities and interest rates. As a medium-term trend follower, his approach is strongly quantitative in nature; particular attention, however, is devoted to identifying reversal patterns characterized by excessive consensus among investors.Read more ›
Axel is a director and senior technical analyst at Commerzbank Corporates and Markets. Previously he was Dow Jones’ Chief Technical Analyst for Europe, a bond, derivatives and proprietary trader in Paris and London. He is a Fellow of the STA.Read more ›