• • Registered as a Commodity Trading Advisor with the National Futures Association
  • • Written articles for several websites addressing technical analysis, the foreign exchange, and the futures markets
  • • Owner of J.A.H. Research and Trading and publishes newsletters on forex and futures trading

Experience

James has over 30 years of financial experience in investing and finance. In 1982, he began his career in the futures industry where he developed his skills as a technical analyst. Since then, James has worked in a variety of capacities in the financial sector, including the equity, commodity and forex markets. He writes articles for several websites and magazines including Autochartist, NASDAQ, International Business Times, Financial Sense, Trade2Win, Trading Markets, Forex Hound, Trader Planet, Futures Magazine, FX Street, and FX Empire. James, seen as an expert on the Gann Theory of technical pricing pattern analysis and his book, Pattern, Price & Time is frequently quoted in other works. He also edits and contributes to his firm's newsletters, Forex Pattern, Price & Time Report and the Futures Pattern, Price & Time Report. These newsletters provide daily analysis for both individual investors and brokerage firms. James regularly presents training for the American Association of Individual Investors, Bloomberg, the CME Group, and others.

Education

James received his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Saint Xavier University, and earned his Master of Science in Financial Markets and Trading at Illinois Institute of Technology.

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