Robert W. Colby
About the Author
Robert W. Colby, CMT, is a consultant to institutional and private investors and traders, providing regular analytical reports, custom research services, and trading systems tailored to clients’ objectives. Clients include the most successful traders and investors in the world. Robert is the author of The Encyclopedia of Technical Market Indicators, McGraw-Hill, 2003, which has become the standard reference for indicator and trading systems design.
Previously, at several large Wall Street firms, Robert worked as a proprietary trader, technical analyst, and fundamental analyst. He also was adjunct professor at New York University and New York Institute of Finance, where he developed new courses on technical analysis and market timing. Robert W. Colby is a Chartered Market Technician (CMT), an accreditation granted to members by the CMT Association after demonstrating professional competence and ethics over a period of many years. Robert has been a member since 1980, and he strongly supports the CMT Association’s high standards.
He also supports the The Technical Analysis Educational Foundation, which works to have technical analysis included in the curriculum of major business schools. “The CMT Association is the national organization of investment analysts, stock market analysis professionals, and certified market technicians in the United States. Robert W. Colby is America’s foremost authority on testing market indicators.