Todd Gordon is the Founder of TradingAnalysis.com which provides actionable market analysis and clear trading strategies in the currency, commodity, and equity markets for both amateur and professional traders.
In 2001, Todd began his career trading the equities market in San Diego, California, and then with Connors Capital, a hedge fund based in Los Angeles.
Most recently, Todd served as a managing partner for two and a half years at a trading and research company specializing in the foreign exchange markets. Prior to that, he served as the Senior Technical Strategist at FOREX.com for six years while simultaneously trading at GAIN Capital Asset Management, its parent company. The fund managed over $25 million and traded primarily in the G-10 currency markets.
While attending school at St Lawrence University in upstate New York, Todd competed on their Division I Alpine Ski team with several future Olympians. Realizing that he preferred his working in a warm trading office rather than freezing on a mountain, Todd transferred to the University at Albany, where graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in economics. He currently lives in New Jersey with wife Tricia and their two twin baby boys, and enjoys the golf course during the slower trading days of summer.
Todd's international following comes from his ability to translate Wave Theory into clear and concise trading strategies. His research clients value his clear and concise analysis and discipline as he consistently applies his analysis to his personal accounts.
Todd lives by the mantra, "Plan Your Trade, Trade Your Plan."
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