About Me

Brian Twomey is an independent trader and a prolific writer on trading, having authored over sixty articles in Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities and Investopedia. His article on Welles Wilder is one of the most heavily accessed pieces in Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities in recent years. Through his writings, Brian Twomey has established a strong following among traders and market analysts. Brian Twomey has a BA in journalism and a Master’s Degree in Political Science and Public Administration from the University of Central Florida.

3 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hello brian how are you sir hope you’re fine …
    Wanna ask you about your signals you mentioned on forexstreet.net that you give signals everyday for 300$ per month so can i know further information from you pliz..
    Ps.i trade eurousd only …

  2. Quality content. Where might I learn more about your Interest Rate models? Do you use the Z Score in your analysis? Thanks for the info you publish.

    1. Hi Robert,

      Thank you for terrific comments, reading and following along. I highly doubt you’ll ever see my interest rate model in print because its so so specialized and it took months upon months to understand then model it to trade. Its my own invention. Look at Steve Anthony “Foreign Exchange in Practice” and his treatment of interest rates and currency prices. Look at old academic papers from the 1970’s and 1980’s for interest rates and currency prices. Look at Frankel from Harvard. Look at bis.org. I don’t know exactly what will be found but if a dead end then you must go to the 1930’s research because this was the last great time for the free float.

      Yes also I use Z Scores and an entire system of Statistics. Most Stats are not used much anymore under dead range prices these days.

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