Buff Dormeier

Chief Technical Analyst,

Kingsview Partners

  • Named "Best in State Wealth Advisors" by Forbes
  • Charles H. Dow Award for Technical Research
  • Author of Investing with Volume Analysis

About Buff

Buff Dormeier, CMT™ is the Chief Technical Analyst of Kingsview Partners. Mr. Dormeier provides three important roles to Kingview's clientele that of financial advisor, analyst, and portfolio manager. Armed with proprietary indicators and investment programs, Buff dynamically advises financial advisors, RIAs, as well as affluent and institutional clientele on strategies to help meet their specific investment objectives in uncertain investment climates.

Buff's Articles

Contemplating a new year ahead, you may be wondering…what is going to happen? An old story serves as an analogy, recalls Buff Dormeier of Kingsview Partners.
The popular news or headline often misleads investors, says author and market analyst Buff Dormeier, although watching the market’s reaction to the news can often be more helpful.
Volume expert Buff Dormeier discusses how he determines when to sell, and why stops need to be tailored to the stock you are trading.
Buff Dormeier, who has written a critically acclaimed book on using volume analysis in your investing, explains here why volume is so important.

Buff's Videos

If price is the market's testimony, then volume must be the market's polygraph. More than any other indicator, volume unveils the real force and extent of investors' convictions about present prices. In this presentation, Award-winning technical analyst and author, Buff Dormeier, reveals how volume validates, interprets, and leads price. With volume analysis, you'll learn to uncover surprising shifts in investor enthusiasm, identify disparities in market opinion, and sniff out coming trend reversals.

Buff's Books

Buff Dormeier

Investing with Volume Analysis: Identify, Follow, and Profit from Trends

Investing with Volume Analysis: Identify, Follow, and Profit from Trends presents an enlightened perspective on the role of volume, not only in pragmatic terms but also in terms of apprehending the underlying rationale of how and why.