David Keller, CMTManaging Director of Research for Fidelity Investments
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
David Keller, CMT, is a Managing Director of Research for Fidelity Investments in Boston. He manages the Technical Analysis team at Fidelity Management and Research, as well as the legendary Fidelity Chart Room. He also co-manages the Business Associate program, a rotational program for recent undergrads. David teaches a course in technical analysis as an Adjunct Professor at the Brandeis University International Business School in Waltham, Mass.
David is a Chartered Market Technician, and is currently serving as Past President and Nominating Committee Chair for the Market Technicians Association. He is also a member of the American Association of Professional Technical Analysts and the International Federation of Technical Analysts.
David was formerly a Technical Analysis Application Specialist with Bloomberg L.P. in New York, and was a regular contributor to Bloomberg Markets magazine. He is the editor of the book "Breakthroughs in Technical Analysis: New Thinking from the World's Top Minds", published August 2007 by Bloomberg Press.
He received degrees in Music and Psychology from The Ohio State University
Technical Research at Fidelity: Behind the Scenes
Why would a traditional mutual fund management company employ a team of technical analysts? David Keller will show you a “behind the scenes” look at how Fidelity fund managers incorporate technical analysis into their investment process, how his department adapts a technical toolkit to a long-term equity strategy, and how investors can generate alpha by overlaying a timing aspect into their fundamental approach. Mr. Keller will also discuss how the Fidelity Chart Room allows them to analyze market history through advanced visualizations of market dynamics.
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