Faculty: Henry "Hank" Pruden

Henry Pruden
Henry "Hank" Pruden, PhD
Title(s):
Professor
School(s):
Business
Campus(es):
San Francisco
  • 415-442-6583


Dr. Henry O. Pruden (Hank) earned his BS degree from Chico State, an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley, and a PhD (with Honors) from the University of Oregon. Hank is a full time faculty in the School of Business at Golden Gate University. Prior to joining the Golden Gate University in 1976, Dr. Pruden taught marketing an related business subject in various universities in the United States and abroad, principally at the University of Texas at Austin, where he held a tenured position. Dr. Pruden pioneered the first technical market analysis classes at Golden Gate University. An active scholar as well as an active trader for over twenty years, Dr. Pruden was the Editor of The Market Technicians Association Journal, a Board member and recent member of Technical Securities Analyst Association of San Francisco, and past regular lecturer at investments seminars around the world. Hank is the developer of the Action Sequence method of active learning and author of The Three Skills of Top Trading.

RESEARCH INTERESTS & AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • Marketing
  • Technical Market Analysis

EDUCATION

  • BS, (Business) California State University Chico
  • MBA, (Administration and Policy) University of California Berkeley
  • PhD, (Honors)(Marketing) University of Oregon

PROFESSIONAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • 1993 - Present: Full-time Faculty, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA
  • 1976 - 1993: Adjunct Faculty, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA
  • Tenured Professor, University of Texas
  • Traded Stock Market Securities for own account
  • Engaged in consulting and curriculum development and launched a leading technical analysis and behavioral finance program.
  • Active researcher and writer in those fields, world traveler and lecturer

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

HONORS & AWARDS

  • Mike Epstein Award, November 2010
  • Outstanding Scholarship of Application, Integration, and Discovery Award, 2010, 2007
  • Russell T. Sharp Professor of Business