February 9, 2018: In the Real Time Analysis section of Barrons.com, executive editor John Kimelman, quotes from his interview with Louise: "As far as Louise Yamada, a noted technical analyst, is concerned, the major stock indexes could fall further in the coming days before they level out. 'They can't go up until they stop going down,' she says. 'People are in a state of shock and you need to get enthusiasm going before stocks go up.'
She points out that both major indexes, despite their recent sell-off, are still well above her support levels. Yamada says that the support level for the Dow is 22,800, which is more than a 1,000 points below where the index is now. The S&P 500 is also trading above Yamada's support level for the index, which she says is 2500." From Markets Now: Dow Closes Topsy-Turvy Day Up 330 Points.
January 13, 2018: In both print and the online Barron’s, Randall W. Forsyth discusses his interview with Louise about the history and
current trend of interest rates. Available online at: What the Bond Market Turmoil Really Means.
January 2, 2018: Interviewed by host Jackie DeAngelis on CNBC TV's online show
Futures Now, Louise
discusses the 200-year history of U.S. interest rates as well as prospects for continuation of their current rally. A text summary and video are
available from CNBC.
November 21, 2017: On CNBC TV's online show Futures Now, Louise discusses with host Jackie DeAngelis the "incredibly
impressive" outperformance of the Nasdaq Composite Index. Noting that "the Nasdaq is outperforming the world" Louise
does not see any top in sight and projects a next target of 7,000. A text summary and video are available from
October 10, 2017: Interviewed by show host Jackie DeAngelis on CNBC TV's online show
Futures Now, Louise
discusses why interest rates are about to rally higher. A text summary and video are available from CNBC.
September 13, 2017: Louise is interviewed by Mike Santoli for CNBC Pro (subscription
required) -- Louise discusses the potential for a correction in the financial markets and the current status of the price of gold. CNBC has a text summary of the video interview.
August 29, 2017: On CNBC TV's online show Futures Now, Louise
discusses the current rally in the price of gold with host Sue Herera and traders Jeff Kilburg and Anthony Grisanti. Louise covers the technical parameters that support a continuing uptrend, up to and possibly through current resistance levels, and notes potential targets. Video is available from CNBC.
August 2, 2017: Louise and Bloomberg TV What'd You Miss show host Abigail Doolittle discuss the technical condition of the DJIA, the Dow Transportation Average and the NASDAQ Composite. Video of the entire show is available from Bloomberg.
Louise starts at 50:25.
July 20, 2017: On CNBC TV's online show Futures Now,
Louise discusses current financial market conditions with show host Jackie DeAngelis and traders Jim Iurio and Jeff Kilburg. Focusing on the Nasdaq index, Louise covers the technical indicators that support a continuing uptrend, creating leeway for a possible consolidation, and notes potential targets for the major indexes. Video is
available from CNBC. Louise starts at 2:00.
July 5, 2017: Louise is interviewed on Bloomberg Radio's Surveillance by hosts Tom Keene and David Gura. Topics include current status of the
financial markets including technology stocks, and the price of gold, oil, and the U.S. dollar. Audio is available from Bloomberg.
Louise starts at 22:30.
March 28, 2017: Louise is interviewed by show host Dominic Chu on CNBC TV's online show
Futures Now concerning the spot price of the U.S.
Dollar. Contrary to the headline accompanying the video, she does not see troubling signs of history repeating. Video of the 6-minute interview
is available from CNBC.
February 4, 2017: Louise is interviewed by host Jim Puplava on the Financial Sense Newshour online program of financialsense.com. Topics include the
sustainability of the post-election rally, emerging sector leadership, interest rates and the current prices of oil and gold. Their story, Louise Yamada: Trump Rally Reminiscent of 1994-1995 Breakout in
Stocks has a summary of the interview. Audio is available here. The interview starts about 20 minutes
and 20 seconds into the show and lasts roughly 22 minutes.