Ken Goldberg is a registered investment adviser, a member of the Market Technicians Association and chief market strategist at, as well as at

Over the past 30 years, Goldberg has developed and released three video courses, trained thousands of active investors and day-traders, appeared on CNBC's "Power Lunch," and, in third-quarter 2007, used his system to win the E-mini Index Trading contest at the World Cup Advisors Trading Championship, with +121% net performance.

Ken received his degree in psychology in 1985 from the University of Washington, where his honors thesis focused on manipulating eyewitness memory (sparking his interest in crowd behavior).Collapse

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