J.G. Savoldi is a graduate of Auburn University in Alabama where he majored in Criminal Justice Law. After graduation, Savoldi studied stock market history, Elliott Wave Theory, and everything he could absorb from conversations with market veterans--like fellow Alabama native Jimmy Rogers--and during that twenty-year journey he developed an entirely new investment theory based on "behavioral analysis" and his discovery of “fractal capitulations." Building on the idea of fractal capitulations, Savoldi then created the BAM-VI, (Velocity Indicator) BAM Magnets, (proprietary price level objectives) as well as a method for predicting future zones of strength and weakness to create the 'BAM' Model or "Behavioral Analysis of Markets" model. Savoldi was then hired by a multi-billion dollar hedge fund in San Francisco California where he used his model to predict the top of the housing bubble in 2005--as well as the subsequent collateral damage that would later spread to financial markets and economies around the globe. After the model’s high profile success—including its pinpointing of the huge bull market in both corn and wheat--as well as the epic crash in crude oil--Savoldi set out to trade his own accounts while also offering “The BAM Report” to a select group of stock and commodity hedge funds around the globe. Mr. Savoldi’s forecasting, based on his behavioral analysis model, has drawn increased attention recently with the extraordinary success of Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s book titled “The Black Swan.” Ironically, Mr. Savoldi disagrees with Mr.Taleb's assertion that market events are unpredictable—a disagreement based on the fact that his “BAM model” not only predicted the collapse in the US real estate market, it also predicted the collapse in the mortgage brokers, securities brokers, banks, and retailers. Winning forecasts in markets as varied as stocks, currencies, crude oil, corn and wheat, are fast proving that “predicting markets” is not only possible using behavioral analysis—it’s very profitable as well! The Behavioral Analysis of Markets Model has been in development since 1989 and is fast becoming a worldwide leader in forecasting excellence.