Women in Technical Analysis

Women in Technical Analysis (WTA) is a chapter of the Market Technicians Association. The WTA’s objective is to provide a forum for women who are focused on market analysis to network and to exchange ideas.The WTA was founded in 2013 by two industry veterans, Bernadette Murphy and Gail Dudack, who recalled a time when women in finance did more to support each other through different phases in their careers.

Their vision was to create a strong network for today’s industry participants. They recruited Stella Osoba, Salma Abulla and Marnie Owen to chair the organization. Through the support of the Market Technicians Association, the WTA hosts several events per year that offer opportunities for women to collaborate with and to coach one another.

Chapter Chairs

Marnie Owen

Marnie Owen, CMT, CAIA, CFA

Marnie Owen, CMT, CAIA, CFA, is the Global Head of Technical Analysis at IGM, an independent research firm. As a member of the Informa Financial Intelligence editorial team, she oversees research on the foreign exchange, fixed income, commodity and equity markets. Prior to joining IGM, Marnie worked as an analyst and trader based in New York, London and Toronto at firms

Stella Osoba Resized

Stella Osoba, Esq., CMT

Stella Osoba is an attorney, writer and independent trader who holds the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation. She graduated from the University of Warwick in England, and is admitted to the Bar of England & Wales as well as the State Bars of California and New York. Ms. Osoba left the legal field to pursue her trading and writing career. She coaches individual

Danielle Moore Jarnot

Danielle Moore Jarnot is a technical analyst who joined the electronic trading sales team in 2017 at Weeden & Co L.P., a full service institutional broker that has been serving clients since 1922. Previously, she spent 15 years on the buy side including roles in global equity trading at Government of Singapore Investment Corp (GIC) and convertible bond arbitrage