WHO IS JOSEPH GRANVILLE?
For the past 24 years Joseph Granville has been living with his wife
in Kansas City Missouri. He is best Known as a stock market Technical Analyst.
Now almost 85, his latest book HOW TO READ THE STOCK MARKET
was published last year. It explains an applies his entire theory of
Granville was born on August 20, 1923 in Yonkers, New York. His early
education and training was music, improvising at the piano at 3.
Finished his high school training on a music scholarship at
the Todd School For Boys in Woodstock, Illinois, a school made famous
by the recent graduation there of Orson Wells. Following a school
bus tour to Monterrey and Saltillo in Mexico, he was inspired to write
his first book, A SCHOOL BOY'S FAITH which was published by
Fleming Revell, New York and London, in 1941. It not only was a
Travelogue in poetry, but also his philosophy of life.
While a sophomore at Duke University, Joe enlisted in the Navy in 1943.
He was commissioned in January 1945 and ordered to report to Roi Namur
in the Marshall Islands. While there, he wrote the first edition of
predicting future prices of U.S. commemorative stamps for speculators.
A second edition was published in 1946. A two-volume edition was published
in 1947 and a fourth in 1956.
EVERYBODY'S GUIDE TO STAMP INVESTMENT was published in 1952.
Joe was hired by E.F. Hutton in October 1957 to write their daily stock
market letter. He quit Hutton in August 1963 to start
the GRANVILLE MARKET LETTER which is now in its 55th year
of continuous publication. In addition to this,
Granville also writes a daily stock market commentary.
Granville is best known for his stock market books,
A STRATEGY OF DAILY STOCK MARKET TIMING
FOR MAXIMUM PROFIT
GRANVILLE'S NEW KEY TO STOCK MARKET PROFITS
GRANVILLE'S NEW STRATEGY OF DAILY STOCK MARKET TIMING
FOR MAXIMUM PROFIT
THE BOOK OF GRANVILLE
AFTER THE CRASH
THE STOCK MARKET TEACHER
GRANVILLE'S LAST STAND
HOW TO READ THE STOCK MARKET
His fame rapidly grew following hundreds of seminars starting in 1978.
aside from all that, he wants to be best known for his major contributions
to technical analysis and what he has taught to his followers all over the world.
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