Why do we all believe technical indicators should be quantified? Why do we follow a top-down approach to market analysis? Why do practitioners follow a "weight of the evidence" approach? This month's guest is the author of seminal work in the field which cemented principles followed by technical analysts worldwide.
Timothy W. Hayes, CMT, is NDR’s Chief Global Investment Strategist. He has been with the firm since 1986. Tim directs NDR’s global asset allocation services, develops strategy and major investment themes, and establishes NDR’s weightings for global asset allocation, presenting his views on the cyclical and secular outlook globally. Tim’s recommendations, strategies, and timely market commentaries and studies are featured in Global Strategy publications, which focus on global allocation and the most significant global developments. Tim has been featured many times on CNBC and Bloomberg TV, and his market views are often quoted in The Wall Street Journal and other financial media in the U.S. and internationally. He is author of The Research-Driven Investor, published in November 2000, and he has contributed to several other books.
In 1996, the Chartered Market Technicians (CMT) Association awarded Tim the Charles H. Dow Award for groundbreaking research, recognizing an outstanding original work that best expounds on the principles of technical analysis.
Fill the Gap, hosted by David Lundgren, CMT, CFA and Tyler Wood, CMT brings veteran market analysts and money managers onto a monthly podcast.
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