December 29, 2005:
Louise appeared on the CNBC TV program "Street Signs" discussing, among other things, her price
targets for Gold and Oil.
December 25, 2005:
In the New York Times Sunday Business section "Market Week" column by Conrad de Aenlle, Louise was
interviewed on the potential effect of January trading patterns on the equity markets during the
rest of the year. See:
All Eyes on January, and History
December 15, 2005:
"Technical Perspectives Quarterly", a new, charts-based publication, is launched. Technical Perspectives
Quarterly provides the portfolio manager with an opportunity to make end-of-quarter adjustments based on
the cyclical and/or secular trends in the stock market indexes and their indicators, and based also on
the implications of the intermediate- and longer-term Standard & Poor's Sectors and Sub-Industry prices
and relative strength (to the S&P 500) profiles. Technical Perspectives Quarterly will be published at
the beginning of the month ending each quarter.
November 21, 2005:
Louise appeared on CNBC's Kudlow & Company
discussing the bull market in gold, the ongoing trend in interest
rates, the shift of inflation from manufactured products to "consumer essentials" (food, energy, water) due
to global forces, and rising commodity prices.
November 20, 2005:
The "Market Week" column by Conrad de Aenlle in the New York Times Sunday Business section discusses
Louise's views on a rising 40-week market cycle within the context of longer-term cycles. See
Shoppers in the Malls, if Not on Wall Street.
November 15, 2005:
The current resurgence of technical analysis on Wall Street, including the launch of LY Advisors, is
discussed by Andrei Postelnicu
in the Financial Times.
November 4, 2005: In a wide-ranging interview, Kate Welling explored Louise's current thinking on small- and mid-cap outperformance, today's market cycles in historical perspective, sixty-year crude oil price patterns, inflation, global trends and more. The full interview
is available in Adobe Acrobat
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November 4, 2005: Louise was interviewed on the Ottawa, Canada radio program "Friday Market Monitor" concerning current
October 29, 2005: The Wall Street Journal's "Bid & Offers" article by Randall Smith notes the startup
of LY Advisors for independent technical analysis research.
October 19, 2005: In a Dow Jones Newswires article, Karen Talley discussed the formation and
launch of LY Advisors as an independent research firm.
October 5, 2005: Jaap van Duijn, Chief Strategist of the
Robeco Group, invited
Louise to be a featured speaker at his retirement seminar in the Netherlands.
Louise spoke on The Evolution of New Structural Trends.
September 30, 2005: Louise was interviewed by Bloomberg on gold and commodity prices. Excerpts:
Gold "looks like it's going to $500". It's "very significant and very
exciting" for a new high in the CRB because it means "momentum is so strong ... It could be a decade-plus
move" for commodities. The September rally is "a good indication there's still demand out
September 12, 2005:
Louise was a featured panelist in the 2005 Women's Market Forecast Panel sponsored in New York City by the Market Technicians Association
September 8, 2005:
Louise conducted a teaching seminar in technical analysis for Bloomberg, LLP in the
Bloomberg Auditorium, New York City.
August 22, 2005: Louise was
interviewed in a Bloomberg article discussing her analysis of the pattern of
trading ranges for the price of oil over the last sixty years, leading to her
conclusion that current price levels are likely to extend.