Eoin TreacyChief Investment Analyst

Eoin Treacy

Eoin Treacy is a world-renowned wealth manager, strategist, analyst, writer, commentator, lecturer and fund manager. Eoin is globally recognized for his encyclopedic knowledge of asset classes, sectors and thematic investing. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, and appeared CNBC, Bloomberg TV, CNN, NDTV Profit and Reuters India. He has been interviewed by the BBC World Service and Ireland’s TodayFM.

In 2013 he was awarded an Extraordinary Ability green card by the US Citizenship and Immigration Service for his contribution to the field of financial analysis and now lives in Los Angeles.

As a director of Nevada Trust Company, he manages in excess of $250 million on behalf of some of the USA’s wealthiest families. He is also a consultant to family offices, some of the largest sovereign wealth funds in the world, as well as advising some of the world’s most successful traders.

Following a degree in Philosophy from Trinity College Dublin, Eoin spent 4 years at Bloomberg terminal sales travelling all over Europe teaching seminars and meeting the firm’s clients. In 2003 he transitioned to working together with David Fuller to specialise in his approach to research – combining technical, fundamental and behavioural factors – covering global markets. It was during that time he developed his unique approach to macro behavioural analysis and applied it to thematic investing.

Eoin took The Chart Seminar over from David in 2007 and has taken it on sell-out tours to the USA, UK, Australia and Singapore since. He published Crowd Money – a Practical guide to Macro Behavioural Technical Analysis in 2013 to act as a companion guide to the seminar. Agora’s founder Bill Bonner described it as “a treasure trove of ideas and insights” The FM WP Global Corporate Autonomies Fund was launched in 2015 to give a voice to the ideas presented in the book and he acts as an investment consultant for the fund.

In his spare time Eoin is an avid scuba diver and is never happier than when spending time with his wife and two young daughters.


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