Rick’s financial career spans more than thirty years, beginning with an eleven-year stint on Wall Street with EF Hutton, Thomson McKinnon, and the New York Stock Exchange. He then moved to Maryland and worked for CDA Investment Technologies before migrating to California where he worked at start-up Avenue Technologies and Mechanics Bank Wealth Management. Currently, Rick is as an Adjunct Professor of Behavioral Finance at UC Berkeley Extension and at Golden Gate University, while working on his own independent projects in that field.
Rick has been a devoted market technician for three decades, launching from technical indicators into the behavioral science behind them and then publishing a book (Far From Random) on the relationship between technical analysis and behavioral finance. He also published two books on Options. In 1984, Rick was named “Top Broker” in the US Trading Championships – Options Division, sponsored by Barron’s Magazine. In addition, he has independently produced the San Francisco Behavioral Finance Symposium for the last four years.
Rick holds a BS in Management Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy New York and an MBA in Finance from the State University of New York at Albany.
An Interview with Richard Lehman at the 44th Annual Symposium
Richard Lehman shares his insights on his experience at the MTA's 44th Annual Symposium, which took place on April 5 - 7th, 2017 in New York....
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Video presentation by Richard Lehman from the West Coast Regional Seminar in San Francisco, CA, originally held on September 18,....
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