Outside the U.S., Cornelius Luca presented FX and Technical Analysis lectures, courses, seminars and webinars to audiences on six continents: Asia, Europe, Africa, North America, South America and Australia.
Cornelius Luca holds an MBA with a double major in Finance and International Business from the New York University Leonard Stern Graduate School of Business.
Cornelius Luca is an internationally followed researcher. He has extensive experience in international finance both on the sell and the buy sides.
He traded all the major crosses and the exotic currencies. Cornelius has been primarily active in the spot market but also currency futures, forwards and options. In addition to trading, he has also advised numerous clients in the US and around the world.
Cornelius Luca authored "Trading in the Global Currencies Markets," published by Prentice Hall (3rd edition — 2007), a comprehensive analysis of the foreign exchange markets, instruments, players and methods of forecasting, and "Technical Analysis Applications in the Global Currencies Markets," also published by Prentice Hall, an exhaustive and unique coverage of currency chart analysis. He also authored "Technical Analysis Applications," which is published by McGraw-Hill, and "Introduction to Technical Analysis,“ published by Euromoney.
He has taught courses at New York University, Pace University - Lubin School of Business Graduate Division, and at the New York Institute of Finance since 1990.