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Bruce Kamich

Bruce Kamich is TheStreet's in-house technical analyst with a 43 year career with a number of bulge bracket firms like Morgan Stanley, Smith Barney Harris Upham, and Merrill Lynch. Along the way he accumulated knowledge about the fundamentals of the commodity markets, interest rates, equities and ETFs. 

In addition to writing for Kamich has been teaching technical analysis at Baruch College for the past twenty years.

Kamich was one of the earliest Chartered Market Technicians  or CMTs, a professional designation similar to the CFA title. He has authored two books on charting and technical analysis - "How Technical Analysis Works"  and "Chart Patterns." He is a two-time past president of the Market Technicians Association (now called the CMTA), the professional organization for chartists worldwide. He was also the president of the Market Technicians Association Educational Foundation (
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Recent Articles By The Author

Where's the Stock Market Headed Into Year-End? A Technical Look and Strategy

In late August/early September the major indices were making medium-term tops.

Investors' Appetite for McDonald's Shares Seems to Be Waning

Make your shares of MCD 'to go' for the next several weeks.

Abbott Labs Stock Could Still Slip Lower

Let's review the charts and indicators.

Should Investors Feel Secure With ADT?

The price gap and subsequent action on ADT tells the real story.

'Unstoppable' Nvidia Should Be Watched Closely Near-Term

Now that NVDA stock has gotten caught up in the stock-market pullback, let's see what the charts reveal.

Sanofi Could Trade Sideways for the Weeks Ahead

I would consider SNY a hold at this point in time.

Let's Put LyondellBasell Industries in the Mix

Recently praised by Jim Cramer, LYB shows the promise of a turnaround situation.

Chegg's Report Card Looks Ready to Improve

Let's study the charts of the direct-to-student learning platform operator.

PepsiCo Could Hang Tough on the Charts

PEP looks like it can hold current levels.

How Far Could Tesla Fall in This Weak Market?

TSLA has turned from a 'must own' stock to one that is hurting late 'split buyers.'.

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