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Kevin Moore, CFA, CMT

Kevin Moore

Kevin Moore is an executive professor and the director of the Master of Science in Finance program at Texas A&M’s Mays Business School in College Station, TX.  In addition to technical analysis, he teaches trading and markets.  Prior to this, he was an adjunct professor teaching technical analysis at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD

Kevin is the founder and portfolio manager of K.M. Moore & Co, LLC in Houston, TX.  He has more than 20 years of professional experience including over 15 years in investment analysis. Mr. Moore began his career at Goldman Sachs in its information systems division. He then worked in management consulting at Booz-Allen & Hamilton and Deloitte & Touche. Subsequently, he held senior equity research analyst positions at Deutsche Bank, Alex. Brown, and Wachovia Securities.

Kevin holds a B.S in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania, an MBA from the Wharton School.  Additionally he served with the Maryland National Guard in Iraq during 2003.

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Nov. 28th, 2016

The 2016 Market Technicians Association Educational Foundation annual fundraiser was held on October 26th at The Yale Club of New York City. This yearly event is an important source of funding that contributes to the foundation’s ongoing efforts to establish, … Continue reading

Aug. 14th, 2015

Phil Roth, CMT recently made public his Masters Thesis, “Investors Make Bottoms; Traders Make Tops.”  Below, you can find an abstract from the paper: Preface My intention is not to defend or deny the theories of “Behavioral Finance”.  It has long … Continue reading