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Richard W. Gula

Richard Gula has an extensive background in securities analysis, including significant supervisory experience at several highly regarded investment management firms. He served in the late 1990s as the director of technical analysis at Fidelity Management and Research. In addition to developing quantitative and technical research methods, and integrating those approaches into the firm’s security selection process, Mr. Gula reported directly to Edward C. Johnson III, Fidelity’s chairman, concerning investment projects he managed.

Prior to working at Fidelity, Mr. Gula was the chief investment officer of BayBanks Investment Management, which managed $4 billion in assets for mutual funds, trusts, institutions and high-net-worth individuals. Mr. Gula’s professional background also includes senior positions at Batterymarch Financial Management and Putnam Funds, where he served as head of international equities and director of market analysis, respectively.

Mr. Gula graduated from Harvard University, with undergraduate and graduate degrees in psychology.

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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