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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

Savor Hershey: Shares Could Rally Higher Over Summer

Keep holding longs, and traders could raise sell-stops to below $130, from below $125.

Is Boeing Headed for a Soft Landing? Consider Getting More Defensive

Let's check out the latest charts and indicators.

Eli Lilly Broke Below the 200-Day Average to Change the Narrative to Bearish

Let's step back and look at the bigger picture through charts and indicators.

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LULU is our 'Stock of the Day' at Real Money.

Go Long on Revolve Group, but Wait for a Better Entry

At 90x earnings, this stock is far too pricey right now.

Time to Change the Channel? Protect Long Positions on Netflix

NFLX has been stuck in a narrow trading range, but a breakout -- probably on the downside -- will happen eventually.

Advertisers Can't Live Without It, but Facebook Is Looking Vulnerable

Let's review the charts and indicators.

Workday May See Deeper Correction in Weeks Ahead

Workday's price action and indicators continue to warn of a downward reaction.

Genpact Is Moving in the Right Direction

Genpact -- which began as a business unit of General Electric and broke off in 2005 -- gets little fanfare, but it's an attractive stock and here's how to play it.

Tesla Bounces Around on Annual Meeting News, but Charts Warn Not to Chase

Shares of the electric carmaker have been up and down in early trading Wednesday.

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