Bruce Kamich is with a major Wall Street firm as a Vice President, Technical Analyst. Previously, he was a financial journalist at Reuters covering the cocoa, coffee, and specialty coffee markets and coverage of other soft commodities as needed. He is the author of How Technical Analysis Works, selected byBarron’s as one of their top investment books for 2003 and by The Stock Traders Almanac for 2004.

From 1985-1999, he was Senior Vice-President – Technical Analyst at McCarthy, Crisanti & Maffei, Inc. responsible for all aspects of research, development, production and general management of an electronic-based financial information service. His commentary and technical forecasts on the US Treasury markets and global bonds were read around the world. In addition, Bruce was on the Interest Rate Advisory Committee of Van Kampen. Bruce has been with Oppenheimer; Bevill, Bresler & Shulman; Merrill Lynch.

Bruce graduated from the University of Connecticut with honors with a BA – major in economics and a minor in finance. He has completed additional graduate course work at Baruch College and is an adjunct Professor of Finance at Baruch where he teaches technical analysis to undergraduates.  Also, he has been an instructor at Rutgers University and the New York Institute of Finance with courses on technical analysis of the bond market and bear market tactics.