Bruce Kamich brings five decades of experience with bulge bracket investment banks to the Real Money team. He was one of the earliest Chartered Market Technicians (CMTs) in the financial industry, and has authored two books on charting and technical analysis.
As our in-house market technician, Kamich specializes in utilizing technical analysis to time the market using classic pattern recognition, indicators, candlesticks, and Point and Figure methods. Kamich is someone who will help you find short-term and medium-term investing opportunities that other analysts might miss.
Teaching others how to utilize technical analysis for financial gain is something Kamich is very passionate about. He taught technical analysis at Baruch College for 21 years. He has been contributing regularly to Real Money since 2015 and authors articles specializing in technical analysis. In his free time, he is currently working on a novel about diving for buried treasure.
Recent Articles By The Author
Accenture Forms a Bottom With Strengthening Indicators
As we check the charts, I have two price targets.
What Price Number Is Five9 Dialing Up? Let's Check the Charts
This call center software company could be making a double-bottom pattern. Here's what that means for investors.
Intel Leaps Ahead, Let's Look Inside the Charts
Just about a week ago we looked at this chipmaker and since it's been powering ahead. Is it time to buy?
Kohl's Charts Continue to Decline
Here's what to avoid.
Investors Can Finally Say TGIM: 'Thank God It's Monday.com'
Software work management firm MNDY is sporting some bullish charts. Let's check the price targets ahead.
Here's How Okta Lines Up With Earnings on Tap
Let's review the charts of this cybersecurity name.
Will CrowdStrike Stand Out From the Crowd After Earnings?
The technical signals aren't yielding a clear answer to that question.
With China's Economy Showing Signs of Softening, Here's How I'd Play the FXI
I believe in the old saying that 'news follows the tape.'
In Case You Missed It: Apple Just Hit a New 52-Week High
Let's not ignore the strength in AAPL.
Where Can Investors Slip Into Shares of Skechers?
The charts show where SKX's prices would be the perfect fit.