December 13, 2010: Senior LYA Analyst Jonathan Lin is interviewed on current
market conditions by the Global Business Report television program on ET Now, the
business news channel in India operated by the Times Group in collaboration with
Thomson Reuters and The Economic Times.
November 17, 2010: Senior LYA Analyst Jonathan Lin is interviewed on the
Trading Day television program of the Canadian Business News Network by hosts Martin Cej
and Frances Horodelski. Topics include the S&P 500 index, the U.S. dollar index (DXY) and gold.
November 12, 2010: On the Power Breakfast segment of the Bloomberg Radio program
Surveillance, Louise is interviewed By Tom Keene and Ken Prewitt. The numerous topics include
current conditions in the financial markets; the U.S. Trade-Weighted Broad Dollar; the IMF
proposal for a new global currency to be called the "bancor;" commodities; technology; and
attractive sectors for investment.
October 25, 2010:
Jonathan is interviewed by Global Business Report on ET Now, the business news channel in India
operated by the Times Group in collaboration with Thomson Reuters and The Economic Times.
Topics Jonathan discusses with host Sid Dubey include: foreign investment flows into emerging
markets; the G20; concern about asset bubbles; targets for the DJIA in early 2011; trend lines
for the Indian Nifty and Sensex; the dollar; gold and commodities.
October 20, 2010:
Louise and Jonathan Lin are interviewed on the Financial Sense Newshour program by host Jim Puplava about topics
ranging from the "reflation" trade, sector strength, emerging markets, commodities (including gold and oil) and inflation, to attractive areas for
October 5, 2010: Louise is interviewed by Tom Keene on Bloomberg TV's new show
"Surveillance Midday." Topics include stocks (comparisons of today's markets to 1930's
chart patterns; also financials), gold, interest rates and the Trade Weighted U.S. dollar (broad).
October 2, 2010: In his weekly Streetwise column in Barron's, Michael Santoli
describes Louise's view on whether gold is in a bubble: "gold--based on its current
trajectory--most likely wouldn't represent a true bubble unless and until it gets to
$5,200 an ounce (from its $1,317.80 December-contract close on Friday) within a couple of years."
August 17, 2010: Gold is the topic as Louise is interviewed by Bob Pisani
on CNBC TV's "Closing Bell".
July 23, 2010: "First, Protect Capital" is the title of Randall Forsyth's article at
barrons.com in which he interviews Louise about current stock market whipsaws.
July 21, 2010: In a wide-ranging, twenty-seven minute interview on the Financial Sense Newshour Internet program, Louise discusses a variety of
equity market-related topics with host Jim Puplava.
July 12, 2010: Pimm Fox interviews Louise on Bloomberg Radio's "Taking Stock".
Topics include the character of recent equity market rallies, the relationship between
gold and interest rates, importance of preservation of capital, risk as related to the AAA
Treasury premium, and the current movement of assets from mutual funds into bond funds.
June 9, 2010: Ron Insana interviews Louise on the syndicated radio show Insana Quotient
about current conditions in the financial markets.
May 28, 2010: An interview of Louise on Canadian TV's Business News Network (BNN) about
current technical conditions in the North American equity markets.
May 25, 2010: Louise is an interview guest on ET Now, the Indian financial and business TV
channel produced by Thomson Reuters and by The Economic Times, India's largest distribution business
newspaper. She discusses current technical conditions in the Indian equity market and and the impact
of the European economic crisis on Asian markets.
May 21, 2010: Louise is interviewed on CNBC TV's Power Lunch by Sue Herera,
Tyler Mathisen, et al., concerning the current equity financial markets. Video of the interview
is available at cnbc.com.
May 20, 2010: Louise is a panelist at the Market Technicians Association (now known as the Charted Market Technicians Association) Symposium
on Global Strategy & Tactics, held in New York City. The panel topic: Assessing 2010 Global Market
Risk. Information on the Symposium is available at cmtassociation.org.
May 12, 2010: Louise is interviewed on Bloomberg TV's Asia Morning Call by Susan
Li. Topics include gold, the U.S. equities markets and the Euro.
May 11, 2010: Louise appears in an interview on CNBC India/TV18, discussing
current market conditions.
May 7, 2010: Louise is interviewed on CNBC TV's Power Lunch by Sue Herera, Michelle
Caruso-Cabrera and Tyler Mathisen. Topics include technical perspectives on yesterday's
mid-day down-spike, and the current status of the equity and gold markets.
April 17, 2010: Louise is interviewed by Eric King of King World News concerning
gold, silver, interest rates, U.S equities (including potential market leadership), the U.S.
and Canadian dollars, oil, energy and commodities.
April 12, 2010: Louise is interviewed by Tom Keene on Bloomberg Radio's On the
Economy concerning bonds and the equity markets.
April 12, 2010: In Barron's Up & Down Wall, Randall Forsyth discusses Louise's
views on current market conditions in historical perspective.
April 9, 2010: As the DJIA flirts with the 11,000 level, Louise is quoted in the
Wall Street Journal, marketwatch.com and ABC News.
February 26, 2010: Louise discusses preparing the mindset for a trend to rising rates
in the bond market with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg TV's Taking Stock. Also discussed, but briefly,
were bond asset allocation, the U.S. dollar and 2010 prospects for the equity markets.
February 2, 2010: On Bloomberg Radio's Surveillance with Tom Keene and Ken Prewitt,
Louise discusses the financial markets. Topics include the status of the current rally in the equity
indexes as seen in the perspective of market history, the U.S. dollar and energy.
January 13, 2010: At the year-end event of Financial Executives
International, held at the New York Stock Exchange, Louise and Dennis Gartman, founder
of the Gartman Letter, are interviewed by Tom Keene of Bloomberg Radio's "On the
Economy" in a discussion of current financial markets.