December 18, 2012: Louise appears on
CNBC.com's new online, live-streamed program devoted to the futures market. Interviewed by
Louise discusses the current price of gold and its support
levels, together with factors currently affecting gold's price.
December 5, 2012: At the online news site King World News, Louise reviews key support levels for gold and silver.
November 27, 2012: Describing Louise as "one of the most respected technicians on Wall Street," Melissa Lee interviews her
on CNBC TV's Fast Money
concerning current prospects for the S&P 500 Index and for the stock of Apple Inc. (AAPL).
November 19, 2012: Pimm Fox interviews Louise on Bloomberg Radio's Taking Stock
concerning the current technical condition of the financial markets.
September 19, 2012: Describing her as "one of the 4 or 5 most popular guests of
the show,"Tom Keene,
together with Ken Prewitt, interviews Louise on
Bloomberg Radio's Bloomberg Surveillance. Topics include the
major equity indexes ("NASDAQ is in a structural bull market"), the prices of gold and oil, how to draw trend lines,
the best-looking S&P 500 sectors, and the fact that several DJIA members have long bases.
September 18, 2012: Introduced by host Melissa Lee as "one of the most respected analysts on
Wall Street," Louise discusses market conditions on CNBC TV's Fast Money. Topics include the S&P 500
index, and the prices of oil and gold.
September 4, 2012: Louise discusses current market technicals with host Betty Liu on Bloomberg Radio's
"In the Loop, At the Half." Topics include September; support and resistance levels;
equity trading volume; the Euro; and the prices of oil and gold.
September 2, 2012: Louise is interviewed by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, International Business Editor of the
UK newspaper Daily Telegraph about the technical condition of the market. The article
bears the following subhead: "Louise Yamada clinched her reputation as America's oracle of technical analysis with an emphatic sell warning at the
top of the Wall Street boom in 2007."
August 15, 2012: Louise is interviewed on Bloomberg Radio's On the Economy
by Michael McKee. Topics include the age of the bull market, current low volume, Dow Theory and the price of oil.
August 14, 2012: Louise discusses promising S&P 500 sectors in an interview with
Jeff Macke on Yahoo Finance's online program Breakout. In a separate segment of the interview
Louise discusses the advancing age of the bull market and the importance in the current environment
of stocks with a steady growth component.
July 25, 2012: Louise is interviewed by Melissa Lee on CNBC TV's
Topics include consumer staples, technology and financials.
June 4, 2012: Louise is interviewed on Bloomberg TV's "Surveillance Midday" by
Tom Keene concerning current market conditions.
May 21, 2012: Louise is interviewed by Tom Keene and Ken Prewitt on
Bloomberg Radio's "Surveillance", about the current rollover in the global markets
amid oversold technical indicators; the relative outperformance of the S&P indexes; caution signs in
the VIX; levels for the price of gold; and the recent performance of the dollar.
April 4, 2012: Interviewed on Bloomberg Radio's On The Economy by hosts Sara Eisen and
Michael McKee, Louise discusses the status of the current rally in the financial markets, the impact of central
bank actions on the markets, and the prices of oil and gold.
March 9, 2012: As a guest of Pimm Fox on Bloomberg TV's Taking Stock,
Louise discusses technology stocks and the NASDAQ breakout; the long-term progression of small- and
mid-cap stocks; and interest rates.
February 29, 2012: Making a Leap Year Day appearance on Bloomberg Radio's
"Surveillance", Louise is interviewed by Tom Keene and Ken Prewitt about the continuing
up-move in the financial markets, particularly NASDAQ; the price of gold; how technical analysis can
help identify market tops; and some currently under-performing sectors.
February 21, 2012: ABC's of Reading Stock Charts. Louise is interviewed by Jeff Macke on
"Breakout" at Yahoo Finance.
February 16, 2012: In an interview on finance.yahoo.com, Louise talks
with "Breakout" host
Jeff Macke about the price of gold and of Brent Crude Oil.
All declines are not equal: Louise points out that the price of gold stayed above its 2008 trend line all
during last year's twenty percent decline.
February 15, 2012: Interviewed by Jeff Macke on Yahoo Finance's "Breakout," Louise discusses the NASDAQ Index which has just broken out into a structural bull market. As for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500, although these two indexes have outperformed most of the world markets over the past year, they are currently facing overhead resistance of their 2007-2008 highs.
February 8, 2012:
In an extended interview with Sara Eisen on Bloomberg Radio's "On the Economy", Louise discusses the cyclical bull advance in global stock markets; the new structural bull market in the NASDAQ-100 Index; the Financial and Consumer Discretionary
S&P 500 sectors; commodities (including gold, silver, copper and crude oil); the price trading range for the Euro; the U.S. dollar/yen price relationship; and interest rates (including a basing process possibly underway in the 30-year U.S. Treasury).