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Bruce M. Kamich, who has held the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation since 1992, is a technical analyst for TheStreet.com and a two-time past president of the CMT Association. He serves as an advisor for the Technical Analysis Educational Foundation, of which he is also a former president, and teaches a course on technical analysis at Baruch College.
Bruce has over 35 years of financial industry experience, including equities, fixed income, and commodities, and was previously a Vice President at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, where he worked under Louise Yamada for a time.
Before joining the firm, Bruce was a financial journalist with Reuters and an adjunct professor of finance at Rutgers University where he taught technical analysis. In the 1980s and 1990s, traders around the world in the fixed income markets read his market commentaries and forecasts on Reuters and Bloomberg, when he co-managed the online advisory services of MoneyWatch and YieldWatch, covering the US treasury market and global bonds.