December 15, 2016: In a Bloomberg News article, reporter Liz McCormick interviews Louise on her view that the long bull market in bonds has ended.
Text of the article is available at Bloomberg.com (R.I.P. Bond Bull Market as
Charts Say Last Gasps Have Been Taken) and on the Bloomberg Professional Terminal: TOP then enter "Yamada" in the search box.
November 17, 2016: Louise is interviewed by show host Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders Scott Nations and Brian Stutland about the history of interest rate cycles and their reversals, as well as the current status of the 10-year and 2-year note interest rates. Video of the interview is available from CNBC.
October 20, 2016: Louise is interviewed by show host Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders about prospects for the spot price of oil. Video of the
interview is available from CNBC.
September 23, 2016: Louise is interviewed on Bloomberg Radio's Surveillance by hosts Tom Keene and Michael McKee. Louise reiterated, in part, the substance of her September newsletter. Audio of the program is available from Bloomberg in MP3 format (27MB).
Louise's discussion runs from 26:30 - 31:52.
August 8, 2016: In Barron's Up & DownWall Street column (Billionaire Bears: Gross, Gundlach Fear a Rout), Randall Forsyth quotes Louise on the current market rally: "Even before Friday's pop that put the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq at fresh records, Louise Yamada, who heads the technical advisory service bearing her name, noted a broadening of the rally that pointed to highs -- a move to which she alerted clients earlier last month. That said, the advance has been accompanied by low volume; even Friday's rally came on below-average turnover. That, Louise warns, should keep investors alert to a 'bull trap.' Summerrallies can persist through the dog days of August, but they are followed by the frequently difficult months of September and October--'a time to stay alert,' she suggests."
July 25, 2016: Louise is interviewed on Bloomberg Radio's Surveillance by hosts Tom Keene and Michael McKee. The conversation touches on accumulation and distribution in the financial markets, the price of oil, and the potential effect of negative interest rates. Audio of the program is available from Bloomberg in MP3 format.
Louise's discussion runs from 18:47 to 27:40.
May 21, 2016: Barron's weekly column, Up & DownWall Street by Randall Forsyth,
includes Louise's comments on the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average over the past half-year, noting the recurring
pattern of alternating high water marks and lows, together with her comments on current sector performance. The article, Stocks are Stuck in the
Twilight Zone, is available in the print magazine and online (subscription required).
April 6, 2016: In the Real Money department of TheStreet.com, Carleton
English interviews Louise about the current market rally, specifically focusing on energy and the relative outperformance of industrials.
March 5, 2016: Barron's weekly column, Up & Down
Wall Street by Randall Forsyth, includes Louise's comments on equity performance amid recent market developments, together with upside resistance
facing the financials sector and the major indices. The article, Is the Recovery Real, or Just a Bear-Market Rally? is available in the print magazine and online (subscription required).
February 17, 2016: Yahoo Finance program host Justine Underhill interviews Louise about the current top in the equity market and the 77% drop in
the price of oil, with Louise noting that it is only recently that the equity market and the oil market have started to move in tandem. Video is
available at finance.yahoo.com/video/major-downturn-store-215808348.html.
January 7, 2016: Louise is interviewed by host Jackie DeAngelis on CNBC TV's online show Futures Now about current conditions in the financial markets. Concerning the market's current slide Louise pointed out that China is essentially a catalyst affecting an already weak U.S. equity market. Louise also discussed projected support levels. Video of the interview is available from CNBC. (Louise's discussion runs from 1:55 to 5:40).