Greg Morris has been a technical market analyst for over 45 years ranging from analysis software development, to website analysis and education, to money management. He has written four books: Candlestick Charting Explained (and its companion workbook), The Complete Guide to Market Breadth Indicators, and Investing with the Trend. A graduate of the Navy Fighter Weapons "Top Gun" School, Greg is a former Navy fighter pilot who flew F-4 Phantoms on the USS Independence. He also holds a degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas.
Greg has a long history of understanding market dynamics and portfolio management. Most recently, he served as the Chief Technical Analyst and Chairman of the Investment Committee for Stadion Money Management ($5.5 Billion AUM). Greg has appeared on all the major financial television networks including CNBC, Fox Business, and Bloomberg Television, and has spoken at numerous financial conferences around the world. He is a member of the National Association of Active Investment Managers (NAAIM).
In his latest book, Investing with the Trend, Greg draws on his years of experience to offer a process for analyzing the present state of the marketplace in order to maximize investment possibilities. The book presents compelling evidence that debunks many of the commonly held investing myths that typically cause investors to fail over time. Greg explains why all too often well-accepted theories on finance, economics, and the market in general can keep investors from reaching their financial goals. The book provides evidence that markets do trend and demonstrates how to build a rules-based trend following model. Click here to read reviews on Amazon.
Click Here to to read a recent article about a new book and new ChartPack on StockCharts.com.
Here is an interview Greg did with Michael Covel on August 14, 2014
Here is a video of a presentation I did at the MTAs annul symposium in 2014
Here is an interview Greg did about Investing with the Trend on Street Talk with Lance Roberts on October 2, 2014
Here is the interview Greg did with Chip Anderson on January 17, 2015
Here is an interview Greg did with Charley Wright of Strategic Investor Radio in late April, 2015
Here is an interview Greg did with Andrew Swanscott of Better System Trader on October 22, 2015.
Here is a video interview Greg did with Charley Wright of Strategic Investor Radio on October 5, 2015.
Here is an interview and slide presentation I did with the Market Technician's Association on April 27, 2016.
My most recent video from a speech I gave in Houston on April 1, 2017.
Greg's personal blog contains periodic book reviews, more interviews, and updated charts and tables for his latest book Investing with the Trend
Grant Morris, CFA, CFP® specializes in tactical investment strategies and technical analysis for McElhenny Sheffield Capital Management (MSCM). Grant joined MSCM after developing a rules-based trend following strategy to manage his personal investable assets. Through extensive research and analysis, Grant has found that his disciplined trend following approach allows him to participate in most of the “good times” in the stock market while avoiding much of the downside; resulting in larger compounded returns over full market cycles, as compared to typical buy-and-hold strategies. Grant now manages multiple tactical ETF strategies for MSCM clients as well as for his own accounts. Grant has over 10 years of experience serving clients in the financial services industry. He was previously a Director at AlixPartners, where he advised and testified on economic damages in commercial litigation as a financial expert. Prior to working at AlixPartners, Grant performed business valuations and litigation consulting at the BVA Group. Before working in consulting, Grant was an engineer for a global telecom equipment manufacturer. Grant holds the CHARTERED FINANCIAL ANALYST® (CFA®) and the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®) designations and obtained an MBA with a concentration in finance from Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business. While at SMU, he was one of a small number of students selected to manage the investments of the graduate school’s endowment fund. He also has a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M University.