Acknowledgments. Introduction. 1 Why Study Patterns? 2 The Past: 1910-1960. 3 The Present. 4 Major Tops. 5 Major Bottoms. 6 Triangles, Boxes, and Rectangles. 7 Flags. 8 Pennants. 9 Wedges. 10 Odds and Sods. 11 Keep Your Seat Belts Fastened: Reversals Ahead. 12 Gaps. 13 The Future of Chart Patterns. Index.
Bruce Kamich, CMT , is a vice president at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney's Technical Analysis Group and coauthors their flagship publication the Daily Technical Market Letter . He also teaches technical analysis to various Morgan Stanley Smith Barney trading desks. Kamich has held a variety of positions related to research and technical analysis at firms such as McCarthy, Crisanti and Maffei; ALCO Commodities; and Merrill Lynch. He is an adjunct professor of finance at Baruch College and has also taught at Rutgers University, as well as being guest lecturer on many other campuses. He has twice served as president of the Market Technicians Association (MTA) and is currently president of the MTA Educational Foundation. Kamich is the author of How Technical Analysis Works (NYIF/Prentice Hall Press, 2002). He lives in New Jersey.