BRIAN MARBER can make a fair claim to be the most widely experienced
technical analyst in the world, having been one since 1963.
A Fellow of the Society of Technical Analysts, he has been a blue button (stockbroker's clerk), stock market dealer, member of two UK stock exchanges,and managing partner of the London office of one of the largest regional ’broking houses.
At IOS and then at NM Rothschild & Sons, totally eschewing the fundamental
approach, he was the first fund manager in the UK to manage large funds using only technical analysis.
Between 1976 and 1981, as a stockbroker, Brian Marber was voted by
institutional investors the No.1 technical analyst in the City of London for six successive years, a unique record.
When he started managing FX accounts in the 1990s, he was given exemption from the SFA Exams because of his “long and distinguished career in the investment industry.”
In 1980, in a survey conducted by the Treasurer of the Singer Company, Brian Marber had the best FX forecasting record in the world. For 15 years he wrote
monthly for Euromoney Currency Report, more recently for the Financial Times.
In the 1980s Brian Marber was a Member of the Visiting Faculty of IMI
(Geneva), the oldest-established business school in Europe. In 1981 he founded a
company which, with clients in 20 countries, became the world's largest
independent FX consultancy.
As lecturer and teacher, Brian Marber has spoken at six Financial Times World
Gold conferences, three Australian Gold Conferences, Johannesburg 100, Comex,
and the Washington Gold & Silver Institute, and has also conducted seminars
and teach-ins in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, South Africa,
Israel, Italy, UK, Eire, France, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland and Luxembourg.
A one-time member of the Investment Panel of The Observer and regular
broadcaster on TV and radio, Brian Marber is still an FX consultant to banks,
large corporations, hedge fund companies (including Europe's oldest, Odey Asset
Management), and private clients.