About Jerry Favors, Jerry Favors Analysis
...About Jerry Favors
Well-known to many in the U.S. and international technical analysis community for his
scholarly research, Jerry Favors
has also written articles on market analysis for such top technical periodicals as Commodity Traders Consumer Report, Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities and Trader's World Magazine
Rated 1st and 2nd among the top ten market timers in the country for five years in a row, Jerry Favors'
forecasts have appeared in the Wall Street Journal
, USA Today
and many others.
Edson Gould's 1979 forecast of a Dow rise from the then 800 area to above 3700 in the 1990's was regarded by many investors and analysts as a "mad bull's pipe dream".But according to Jerry Favors
, "Gould forecast every major Bull-Market top and Bear-Market bottom for the last 30 year period we studied.Many of those forecasts were nothing short of spectacular.Professional/Biographical
ProfileJerry L. FavorsEditor/Publisher
...A well-known and highly-respected figure in the market-timing community, Jerry Favors has worked professionally in the financial world since 1976, when he left Ohio State University two months before graduation to accept his first job in the brokerage business.He
has published his
own market newsletter, The Jerry Favors Analysis, since August 1985.During that time he
has built a reputation for integrity, thorough research, and unhedged forecasts.
To make his equity market predictions, Jerry
utilizes the techniques of past stock market gurus George Lindsay and Edson Gould, the methods of W.D. Gann, and the Elliott Wave Principle.
uses the most rigorous analysis to arrive at his
results, but presents his
logic in clear, understandable terms.In addition to the newsletter which is published once monthly, a regularly-updated hotline provides subscribers with short-term advice.Before founding The Jerry Favors Analysis, Jerry worked as a stockbroker for several companies, including Merrill Lynch and Dean Witter.
During the late 1980's and early '90's he
expert commentary as a regular guest on the Financial News Network (FNN) and several national business radio programs, and through articles written for numerous technical periodicals.
Known in the U.S. technical analysis community for his research of the forgotten techniques of George Lindsay and Edson Gould, Jerry
has held seminars in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and London teaching the works of these great financial masters and others.