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Kira Brecht

Kira Brecht

Contributor since: 20 Sep 2012

Biography

Kira Brecht is managing editor at TraderPlanet. She has been writing about and analyzing the financial markets for twenty years. Posts during her career include managing editor at SFO magazine, Chicago bureau chief at Futures World News and technical analyst at MMS International.

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