“In every tumultuous market, investors seek out a guru who can divine the market turn. This time, investors are finding comfort in Mr. Nenner.
– Wall Street Journal, June 24, 2006
About Charles Nenner
In 2001, Charles Nenner founded, and is president of, the Charles Nenner Research Center. Mr. Nenner has provided his independent market research to the following entities all over the world: hedge funds, banks, brokerage firms, family offices, and individual clients. Mr. Nenner worked for Goldman, Sachs & Co in NY, from 2001 to 2008. Before that time, Mr. Nenner worked exclusively for Goldman, Sachs & Co. in London, where he served as a technical analyst for Goldman’s fixed income trading group from 1998 to 2001. From 1997 to 1998, he served as the head of trading research at Rabobank International, and from 1992 to 1994, he was head of Market Timing at Ofek Securities in Tel Aviv. Mr. Nenner served as Director of Research at Windsor NY between 1987 and 1989, and was a Financial Consultant with Merrill Lynch out of its Amsterdam Office from 1985 to 1987. Mr. Nenner initiated a system of pattern forecasting and securities analysis, and developed a computer program which takes many indicators into account, including Mr. Nenner’s use of proprietary cycle analysis. Mr. Nenner graduated from Maimonides College Amsterdam in 1972, and from the University of Amsterdam Medical College, where he earned his medical degree in 1984.
Charles Nenner competed in the 16th Maccabiah Games, an event held in Israel the year following the Olympic Games. Every four years, the best Jewish athletes from around the world travel to Israel to compete. In 1989, Maccabi Netherlands made a decision to not attend “for security reasons.” It would have been the only country without representation. Charles didn’t want that to happen. So on July 15th, at the opening ceremony, Charles was the only person to represent his country and walk alongside the Dutch flag. He participated in the Chess competition and won both matches he played. This video shows highlights from the opening ceremony as well as an interview in English with Charles.