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Senior Market Analyst at CMC Markets. (MSTA, STA, CFTe from the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA).


Michael Hewson – Senior Market Analyst, CMC Markets

Michael Hewson’s primary focus is in commenting on the daily movements in financial markets, as well as specific research pieces that have relevance to events at the time. He appears fairly regularly on BBC, CNN, Bloomberg UK and US, CNBC Europe as well as on a number of overseas networks including Fox Business, CBS and Canada’s CTV and BNN. His background is in Foreign exchange trading, spending 6 years trading currencies and forwards, using charts and technical analysis.





Mike Vacchi – Princetontrader

Mike Vacchi: After trading in the markets part time for several years I gradually gave up my law practice to become a full-time futures trader. I focus primarily on trading the e-Mini using my proprietary Pivot Points, volatility levels and Fibonacci retracements to project price movement. Volatility levels are areas in which buying or selling is likely to become exhausted. Allowing for a reversal of prior direction, or conversely, a breakout above those levels to bring in new buyers or sellers to a market. The use of the volatility levels and pivot points can be equally applied in index trading, energy markets, metals and grains. These levels have been used with great success in chats rooms and with traders and we are proud to bring them to everyone as a part of our Princetontrader Premium Service. I also produce a daily Market Webcast viewed by hundreds of futures traders.





Tom McClellan – McClellan Oscillator

Tom McClellan has done extensive analytical spreadsheet development for the stock and commodities markets, including the synthesizing of the four-year Presidential Cycle Pattern. He has fine tuned the rules for interrelationships between financial markets to provide leading in

dications for important market and economic data. Tom is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point where he studied aerospace engineering, and he served as an Army helicopter pilot for 11 years. He began his own study of market technical analysis while still in the Army, and discovered ways to expand the use of his parents’ indicators to forecast future market turning points.



Henry Jennings started his career in financial markets when there were no puts! Back in the early 80’s Henry was an Option Market maker on the London Traded Option Market where he had a successful career before emigrating to Sydney, Australia in 1989 to trade Aussie Equities and Options. Smith New Court poached him back and then followed 7 years with Macquarie Bank rising to Head of Equity trading.

Henry Jennings

In 2000, Henry left to pursue his own trading and other interests including his own business and to fulfil his ambition to become a professional actor. Following Drama school, the harsh realities of trying to make money from your passion ensured he had to rely on trading and finance, something to do with limited talent I expect.

Recently he was Head of Private Client at a small broking form before joining his present company, Cameron’s Stockbrokers in 2010. His interest and ability in communications has been harnessed with training and mentoring and he now appears regularly as guest host on Sky Business News in Australia.

You can now find Henry at www.bby.com.au

After over 30 years experience in financial markets, he has seen booms and busts and much prefers the booms!


JASON SEN – www.Daytradeideas.co.uk Twitter: @jasonjsen

Jason Sen began his career in the options pits on the trading floor of LIFFE in 1987 at the age of 19, making markets on own account. In 2001 when the trading floor closed made the transition to day trading on screen.

Jason began to study technical analysis in 2006 and co-founded Charmer Charts.
He has established a new company, Daytradeideas.com which is the leading provider of daily technical analysis to independent and professional traders within the investment bank community for equity and Fixed Income products, advising dozens of traders at up to 15 major investment banks and hedge funds on market movement, hour by hour throughout each trading day on The Bloomberg Professional® service with trade ideas – entry, exit and target levels in daily reports which are published before the Futures markets open in Europe.


John Ward



The Slog was founded by John Ward. It is written, edited, published, designed and monitored by John Ward. As a result, John Ward has lost his life, but is working at regaining it over time. The content comes from a variety of sources, almost all of them anonymous, research into data, media contacts whose stories have been spiked, and a rapidly growing army of readers – ‘Sloggers’ – who simply see stuff going on, and write to me about it. As I don’t work for the British police, this means you can write to me without Vladimir Putin knowing about it.




GENERAL GNASHER – Join The General for his weekly informed and always acerbic commentary.

General Gnasher

General Gnasher started his career in the City of London just in time for the 1974 secondary banking crisis and associated stock market meltdown. In contrast to today’s version, he remains impressed by how little those events impacted the lives of ordinary people. An early proponent of financial derivatives, he still believes that they can be used to good purpose, and is disappointed that 99 per cent of the time this is not the case. He studied economics before it was understood that all of the work of earlier generations is irrelevant, since we can solve any problem simply by printing lots of money.





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