June 3, 2020: In a telephone interview on the "Smart Charts" segment of Bloomberg TV's market-wrap program What'd You Miss?, Louise discusses the current rally in the Industrials sector and the price of Gold, possible pause.
Video of the full 41-minute show is available from Bloomberg. Louise's segment starts at 32 minutes, 40 seconds.
April 10, 2020: Louise is interviewed by Jim Puplava, President of Financial Sense Wealth Management, on the firm's "Newshour" podcast.
Topics include whether the U.S. stock market is currently in a bear market rally; strength of certain technology stocks; the search for yield; catalytic effect of the coronavirus going forward on stocks, real estate and dividends; the continuing rally in the price of gold; the effect of the strong U.S. dollar on global trade; and much more. Audio of the interview is available at the Financial Sense website (Louise's part is from 10:00 to 30:10).
April 8, 2020: On the "Smart Charts" feature of Bloomberg TV's after-the-market-close program What'd You Miss?, Louise discusses with program host Taylor Riggs the recent down and up performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average as a bear market rally until proven otherwise; the head-and-shoulders pattern in the Wells Fargo chart; and the importance of monthly momentum charts in assessing the current market action. Video of the interview is available at
March 27, 2020: In his column
Up & Down Wall Street in both Barron's Magazine and
barrons.com (Bear-Market Rally Doesn't Signal Quick Revival for Stocks), Randall W. Forsyth quotes Louise about the bear market and the need for repair: "Even after the sharp, but short, bear market of 1987, it took a 'year or more of stabilization' for equities to heal." A subscription may be required to view the article online.
March 20, 2020: In an extended interview, Louise and Kathryn M. Welling, Editor of Welling on Wall St., bi-weekly journal of the financial markets, discuss the current status of the equity markets. Topics include: the impact of the coronavirus and of the recent Fed intervention on market conditions; individual stocks that are in 2-year topping patterns with monthly momentum negative divergences; the 200-day moving average's multi-year negative divergence to NYSE Comp. and S&P 500; the 11-year halving of the number of shares outstanding due to stock buybacks; the need for an extended period of repair where prices have declined through major support levels; as well as various exogenous factors impacting the markets; all in the context of the significant number of stocks that are already in bear markets, reflecting the need for a period of repair. [Access requires subscription]
January 15, 2020: On the "Smart Charts" feature of Bloomberg TV's after-the-market-close program What'd You Miss?, Louise discusses with program host Abigail Doolittle the current chart for the S&P 500 index and the recent rise in the price of gold, as well as prospects for the equity and gold markets to both continue to rise. Video of the interview is
November 14, 2019: Louise returns to RealVision.com to analyze the technical backdrop
for gold and to review the recent breakout in U.S. equities. In this interview with Justine Underhill, Louise points out similar chart patterns between gold and the Dow, and notes the alternating changes in the Dow to gold ratio. Video is available at RealVision.com
(subscription to realvision.com may be required).
July 26, 2019: On the "Smart Charts" feature of Bloomberg TV's after-the-market-close program
What'd You Miss?, Louise discusses with program host
Abigail Doolittle the charts and targets for the current breakout in the price of gold; the equity/gold ratio; and the gold-mining ETF, GDX.
Video of the interview is available at Bloomberg.com.
May 28, 2019: On CNBC TV's online program Futures Now,
host Seema Mody, with Futures Now Traders Brian Stutland and Jim Iuorio, interviews Louise about the current technical condition of the price of oil. Video is
available from CNBC.
March 7, 2019: On Bloomberg Radio's Surveillance, interviewed by Tom Keene and Paul Sweeney, Louise discusses activity of the financial markets in December, January and February; the role of monthly momentum sell signals; the recent strength in the U.S. dollar; and the current technical pattern in the price of gold. Audio of the interview is available from Bloomberg. Louise starts at 20 minutes, 34 seconds into the show.
February 20, 2019: On the Trade Ideas show at realvision.com, Louise is interviewed by program host Justine Underhill. Topics include
an overall look at the financial markets, the U.S. dollar, and prospects for the future price of gold. Video is available at RealVison.com.
January 16, 2019: On the "Smart Charts" feature of Bloomberg TV's after-the-market-close program
What'd You Miss?,
Louise discusses with program host Abigail Doolittle the current charts for the S&P 500 index, the Industrial sector index, and the price
of oil. Video of the interview is available at Bloomberg.com.
September 24, 2018: In Part 2 of of her online interview with thestreet.com journalist Tracy Byrnes,
Louise discusses interest rate cycles and that that we are currently in a rising interest rate cycle. Video of Part 2 and
accompanying text are available at thestreet.com.
September 24, 2018: In Part 1 of an interview with thestreet.com journalist Tracy Byrnes, Louise discusses "Reading the Charts on the Current Bull Market."
Video and accompanying text are available at thestreet.com.
August 22, 2018: On the Smart Charts feature of Bloomberg TV's What'd You Miss? program, Louise is interviewed by host Abigail Doolittle. Louise discussed that the
price of gold has declined to her targets of 1,250 and 1,200 leading to new targets of 1,500 and 1,000; also, the equity/gold ratio suggests that gold is unlikely to outperform
until equities enter a bear market. Video of the interview is available at Bloomberg.com.
April 17, 2018: On CNBC TV's online program Futures Now,
host Jackie DeAngelis and trader Brian Stutland discuss with Louise the current slow-moving rally in the price of crude oil. Video of the discussion is
available from CNBC.
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.
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.
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.