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George A. Schade, Jr., who holds a Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation, has written extensively about the people and innovations that have advanced the field of technical analysis within financial markets. A member of the CMT Association since 1987, he has written about the origins of the Stochastic Oscillator and Advance-Decline Line, Edson Gould’s Three Steps and a Stumble Rule, and the Decennial Pattern. His research includes an extensive addition to the biography of Ralph Nelson Elliott. He has also written a biography of the financial writer Richard W. Schabacker. His research has appeared in books, professional journals, and financial magazines. In 2013, George received the Charles H. Dow Award for his paper, Origins of the On Balance Volume Indicator. In 2017, George received the Service Award of the CMT Association.