Ken Goldberg is a Registered Investment Adviser, member of the Market Technicians Association, and is the president and chief market strategist at Trading With Waves, Inc. He has over three decades of market experience, beginning in the 1980s at then-powerhouse Drexel Burnham Lambert. He spent two years at the Chicago Board Options Exchange managing a team of floor traders. After a number of years at Citicorp, Merrill Lynch International Private Bank, and Bank of America Investments, Goldberg focused his knowledge and experience on the growing day trading industry. His multi-city Bandit University trained individual traders in using the early versions of his decision support engine (DSE) to compete with professional and proprietary traders. Over the past thirty years, Goldberg has developed and released three video courses, trained over 800 day-traders and investors, appeared on CNBC’s Power Lunch (see interview video below), and had his training courses endorsed by Stocks and Commodities Magazine.
In 2007, Ken used his methods to win the 2007 World Cup Championship of CME Group® E-mini Index Trading (third quarter) with a 121% net return*. Ken received his degree in psychology in 1985 from the University of Washington, where his honors thesis focused on manipulating eyewitness memory (sparking his interest in crowd behavior).
(*Trading futures involves significant risk of loss and is not suitable for everyone. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. World Cup Championship (WCC ) accounts do not necessarily represent all the trading accounts controlled by a given competitor. WCC competitors may control accounts that produce results substantially different than the results achieved in their WCC accounts. WCC entrants may trade more than one account in the competition.)
Here is a past interview from CNBC, when I was asked to speak "pro day trading", and I introduced our first decision support tool.
All of our Elliotticians are at least ten-year veterans of real-time wave analysis and forecasting. They all trade for their own accounts, and understand the difference between theoretical forecasting and real-money strategizing, trading, and risk managing, using EWT, Fibonacci, and, of course, the DSE.