Sad to report.
Bloomberg News reports that he died on June 4, according to Tom Fitzpatrick, chief technical foreign-exchange strategist and his former boss at Citigroup, who cited Noyce’s mother. No cause was given.
Noyce was described as 'Goldman’s only must-read technician' in 2011 by Zerohedge.com, a website serving the hedge fund industry.
John Charles Noyce studied accounting and finance at Exeter University in the U.K., graduating in 2000, according to a profile on the Society of Technical Analysts website. That year he was hired by Citigroup in London to work on the bank’s proprietary trading desk, handling spot foreign-exchange and interest-rate futures, and writing technically based analysis. In 2002, Noyce started producing technical research exclusively.
Goldman said in an internal email to staff that Noyce passed away following a long battle with cancer. He joined the firm in 2008 as a VP in European FICC Strategies as a Technical Analyst.
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