Ellen Brown is an attorney, president of the Public Banking Institute, and author of twelve books, including the best-selling Web of Debt. Marc Chandler joined Brown Brothers Harriman in October 2005 as the Global Head of Currency Strategy. Previously he was the Chief Currency Strategist for HSBC Bank USA and Mellon Bank. Chandler’s essays have been published in the Financial Times, Barron’s, Euromoney, Corporate Finance, and Foreign Affairs. He has taught classes on International Political Economy at New York University since the early 1990s. Jarratt Davis is a self-taught trader who has been ranked among the world’s top traders between 2008 and 2013 by the Barclay Currency Trading Index.
Today he trades professionally through an FCA regulated investment company in London and he is a regular commentator for international financial press. He also devotes his time to sharing his personal strategies with traders looking to hone their skills, through his ‘Educational Program’. Phil Elrod has been trading futures for more than 25 years. He was academically trained in Industrial Engineering and Economics. Rande Howell is the founder of Trader’s State of Mind. Rahul Khanna is Tradermade’s Chief FX Strategist with over eight years experience in the FX markets, providing investment banks and other financial institutions with currency research and trade recommendations.
He regularly contributes to the financial media outlets. He is also an MSc in Finance and a Chartered Financial Analyst level 3 Pass. Caspar Marney started his career as a currency trader and technical analyst with HSBC in London, then moved to SBC Warburg, later UBS, where he became global head of technical analysis for FX and precious metals. He was one of the bank’s most successful proprietary traders and a regular commentator on financial news channels, predicting the huge Yen move of 1998, on live television. Maurizio Milano began his career as Forex Dealer in 1995. After five years’ experience in the FX market, he started the technical analysis department at Banca Sella Group.
He is also a journalist and his contributions can be found in the most renowned Italian financial newspapers and televisions. Alexander Nikolov has more than 15 years of experience in the field of technical analysis and is one of the most renowned technical analysts in Bulgaria. Alexander is a founder and chief editor Trend Recognition. He uses a proprietary approach for trend recognition together with the Neely wave labeling method. Alexander provides daily, weekly and monthly forecasts on the major currency pairs and the main U.
Keith Raphael worked as Vice-President and Chief Technical Market Analyst at Chase Manhattan Bank in New York City until 1993, serving top corporations, fund managers, investment banks, and spot traders of the world. Surveys by Greenwich Associates and Euromoney, consisting of 400 corporations and investment banks worldwide, ranked his Chart Service number one in 1992 and 1993. Keith has been seen on CNBC, in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Stewart Richardson has over 25 years of experience in managing global macro funds and accounts both on a discretionary and advisory basis. Stewart has worked for Coutts, Merrill Lynch and Royal Bank of Canada. He appears regularly in the financial press and on CNBC, Bloomberg TV and Canada’s BNN, and sits on the advisory board of a large family office.
Darren Sinden currently conducts market research for Admiral Markets UK. He is a veteran of the financial markets with 30 years of experience under his belt. He is a regular guest and commentator on financial television channels and publications. During his career, Darren has been fortunate to act for and advise some major hedge funds and investment banks.
Darren analyses the markets through a blend of technical and fundamental analysis. Derivatives comes from both buy and sell sides of the business, achieving senior management experience of trading desk management at banks, hedge fund and wealth management firms in Europe, Asia and North America. Kevin’s articles in FX Trader magazine highlight the interplay between fundamental and technical aspects of various asset classes. Samuel Tay is the founder of Grentone Capital Management Ltd. He has more than a decade of experience trading and managing global financial market investments.
Samuel made appearances in Chinese financial media, and spoke for several global financial institutions. Elliott Wave Theory, Inter-market Analysis, Sentiment Indicators, Seasonality, and Market Flows are his tools for making opportunistic investing assessments. Steve Ward is the owner of High Performance Global and provides coaching and training programs for top tier trading institutions, as well as retail traders. He was consultant performance coach to BBC2’s Million Dollar Traders and co-managed a team of 40 professional proprietary traders in London.