George A. Schade, Jr., CMT

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George A. Schade, Jr., CMT has extensively researched the history of technical indicators and written about their development. He has sought to answer long standing questions of attribution and continuity. His paper on the origins of the On Balance Volume indicator received the 2013 Charles H. Dow Award. A member of the MTA since 1987, he has written about the origins of the Stochastic Oscillator and Advance-Decline Line, Edson Gould’s Three Steps and a Stumble Rule, and the Decennial Pattern. His research includes an extensive addition to the biography of Ralph Nelson Elliott.

Contributions

The Repeating Story of On Balance Volume: Seeking History

A webcast presentation by George Schade, Jr., CMT originally held on September 25th, 2013 as part of the MTA's Educational Web Series. How On Balance Volume came about is a story of multiple innovators, working independently, coming up with the same idea of relating volume to....
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