Martin J. Pring

Investment Strategist · Walnut Creek

Intrigued by the dynamics of financial market behavior, Martin founded Pring Research in 1978 by providing research for investment advisors and financial institutions. Since 1984, he has published the Intermarket Review, a monthly global market report that analyzes the world’s principal financial markets. He has written more than 20 books on investing such as asset allocation, market psychology and investing around the business cycle. His widely popular book, “Technical Analysis Explained”, has been translated into 8 languages and for several decades was required reading for the Chartered Market Technician’s (CMT) designation. Their shared interest in business cycle investing led Martin to join with Joe Turner and co-found Pring Turner Investment Managment, a fee-only investment advisor located in Walnut Creek, California. Martin, in collaboration with Dow Jones Indexes, co-developed the Dow Jones Pring U.S. Business Cycle Index in 2012, a unique index based on the financial advisory firm’s “Six-Stage” business cycle investment strategy. Martin has been adjunct professor at Golden Gate University in San Francisco teaching the world’s first virtual graduate level course on technical analysis. He has been honored by his peers with several lifetime achievement awards recognizing his career-long investment research contributions. Martin has traveled the world visiting more than 30 countries as an invited speaker to financial institutions and professional investment groups.

  • Investment Strategist
  • Business Cycle Research
  • Technical and Intermarket Analysis
Professional and Outside Interests
  • Member or Honorary Member of Numerous Technical Analyst Societies – United States, United Kingdom and Switzerland
  • Jazz
  • Traveling
  • Sailing
  • Songwriting
Contact Martin

Call 925.287.8527 or email [email protected] to schedule a meeting at our Walnut Creek office.

Recent Writing by Martin

When will Rising Rates Deliver a Knockout Blow to an Overvalued Stock Market?

A major anxiety amongst stock market participants revolves around two key factors that appear to be on a collision course ...
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A Turn in the Tide: The Case for Rising Interest Rates

The purpose of this article is to make the case for a primary trend rise in yields. If this assumption ...
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Stocks Are Breaking the Glass Ceiling: 6 Reasons to Be Bullish

At the beginning of 2000, I unsuccessfully submitted a bearish stock market article, A Turn of the Tide, to a ...
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