Daryl Guppy

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Daryl Guppy (顾比) is an Australian financial columnist and author of books on stock market trading techniques. He has spoken at conferences and appeared on finance television programs. He invented Guppy Multiple Moving Averages (GMMA), which is included in the MetaStock and other charting programs. He writes weekly columns for The Edge, China Daily and Shanghai Security News and a CNBC.com column – Charting Asia. He appears frequently on CNBC Asia.[1][2]

He has spoken in 27 countries and published a book on the Chinese stock market.

He lives in Darwin, Northern Territory, 3000 km from the nearest stock exchange.

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  • The 36 Strategies of the Chinese for Financial Traders
  • Trend Trading
  • Share Trading
  • Chart Trading
  • Trading Tactics
  • Better Trading
  • Snapshot Trading
  • Bear Trading

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