Area of Expertise: charting all markets
Books: “A Beginner's Guide to Charting Financial Markets” (Harriman House, 2008) and “Technical Analysis Plain and Simple,” 3rd edition (FT Press, 2010).
Topics Presented in Speeches: “How to Use Charts,” “Why to Use Charts Even if You Are a Fundamental Analyst,” “Overall Market Forecasting (Long- and Short-Term)”
Michael Kahn, CMT, has been working with charts and technical analysis since 1986. He writes the twice weekly Getting Technical column for Barron's Online and edits the daily Quick Takes Pro market letter. Formerly the chief technical analyst for BridgeNews, Kahn is a regular guest on PBS' Nightly Business Report and CNBC.
He has frequently appeared as an instructor with online schools such as www.bloomberguniversity.com and at live seminars including the Money Show. Kahn is active in the Market Technicians Association (www.mta.org), having served as director and chairing both the newsletter and marketing committees.
Articles by this Author
Charts can help you quickly identify the sectors, and stocks, benefiting from high levels of relative strength.
June 2011 | Journal
Chart watching can help investors make better decisions. A five-step process can take a stock from an idea to a decision to buy or sell.
April 2010 | Journal