James Hyerczyk

James A. Hyerczyk has been actively involved in the financial markets since 1982 when he began working in the futures industry. As his technical expertise developed, he added equity and Forex markets. He has worked in various capacities within the financial industry from technical analyst to commodity trading advisor. Using W. D. Gann Theory as his core methodology, Mr. Hyerczyk incorporates combinations of pattern, price and time to develop his daily, weekly and monthly analysis.


His firm, J.A.H. Research and Trading publishes The Pattern Price & Time Report featuring Forex, futures and equity research and analysis designed for individual traders and brokerage firms. He also manages an educational, research and consulting service that features customized fundamental and technical analysis. Additionally, he has developed a course primarily designed to teach money management techniques to proprietary Forex, futures and equity traders.


His first book Pattern, Price & Time, published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. in 1998, is available in English, Russian, German, Japanese and Chinese editions. The second edition of the book was published in April 2009.


Mr. Hyerczyk is a member of the Market Technicians Association and holds a Masters degree in Financial Markets and Trading from the Illinois Institute of Technology.


His website is http://www.patternpricetime.com and he can be reached at patternpricetime@yahoo.com

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