BruniCharting Update

This week I graduate from Molloy College and begin my journey into the “real world” as a young adult, because apparently I’ve been existing solely within some shadow realm for the past 21 years and am now finally being set free. With this new-found freedom I’ll be starting full-time in EY’s FSO Risk Advisory Division in September and will continue blogging and sharing more of the same research I have been since starting the blog almost three years ago. With that being said, I’d like to address two changes to the blog.

  1. New Site: If you’re reading this, then you’ve already noticed the new site layout, logo, and headshot. With blogging being as large of a part of my life as it is, I decided it was time to create a more professional look for myself and the brand that is BruniCharting. After many frustrating hours piecing it together on my own, as well as the help of a few friends (thanks Glenn McElroy & Ed Connolly), I think the new site layout accomplishes just that. In addition, my new logo (created by Louis Silvestre) does a great job of identifying what it is that I do here on the blog, which is essentially build puzzles.. Lastly, I decided that the headshot I took with my flip phone during freshman year was probably a bit outdated, so I had one taken by a photographer with an actual camera. My new headshot is a much better representation of who I am today and came out pretty good considering I have a face for radio and blink rapidly before every photo, so thanks to Ed Connolly over at Alchemedia Studios for that. I’ve kept my old site, brunicharting.wordpress.com, online to archive all my old content and showcase how this blog has progressed over the years.
  2. New Software (Market Analyst): For the past three years I’ve used a combination of thinkorswim, stockcharts.com, tradingview.com, and finviz.com for most of my charting needs. However, over the last several weeks I’ve been testing out a different software called Market Analyst and it is absolutely killer. I look at thousands of charts every week and this platform has exactly what I need and some new functionality that I’m looking forward to incorporating in my process. I’ll still be using the other products I’ve mentioned every so often, but the majority of my work and shares will be from Market Analyst from here on out.

In addition to posts on this site, I’ll be continuing to contribute content to AllStarCharts.com and SeeItMarket.com, and will have content republished on Business Insider and Benzinga more regularly. Be sure to look out for my posts there.

Lastly, I just want to give a big thank you to everyone who has supported me on this journey over the past few years. What started as a small side project has evolved into an amazing experience far beyond what I thought it could ever be. I hope you like these new changes to blog and I look forward to contributing to and interacting with the community for many years to come.

As always, if you have any questions feel free to reach out and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can. @Brunicharting