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 theStreet.com 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 (MTAEF.org).

Recent Articles By The Author

Wix.com Is Ready to Charge to a New High, So Buy a Shallow Dip

Wix.com Is Ready to Charge to a New High, So Buy a Shallow Dip

Charts can always "go bump in the night" but right now it looks like Wix.com can break out to new highs.

International Paper Doesn't Look Like an Attractive Investment

International Paper Doesn't Look Like an Attractive Investment

With considerable chart resistance in the $50 to $56 area International Paper is not attractive at this time.

Moderna's Small Base Could Surprise on the Upside

Moderna's Small Base Could Surprise on the Upside

Prices have moved above the early January high giving us the simple definition of an uptrend.

Cummins Looks Poised for an Upside Breakout, but Don't Jump the Gun

Cummins Looks Poised for an Upside Breakout, but Don't Jump the Gun

CMI looks poised to break above the October and December highs, but it may be held back by news or rumors on the U.S.-China trade front.

Tableau Software Could Be Headed For a Downward Correction at Some Point

Tableau Software Could Be Headed For a Downward Correction at Some Point

The problem with leading indicators is that they lead.