Real Money authors - Guy Ortmann

Guy Ortmann

Guy S. Ortmann, CMT is a successful equity research analyst/strategist with a proven track record, over the past two decades, of using a combination of technical and fundamental analysis for timely and profitable U.S. macro equity market and stock/commodity specific ideas for institutional and high net worth clients. His research has been published in many high visibility Wall Street publications. It is his view that both technical and fundamental analysis are absolute requirements for consistent portfolio performance.  

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Recent Articles By The Author

STMicroelectronics Chips Its Way Toward a Reversal

We believe that STM has formed a 'bullish reversal pattern.'

Cautionary Signs Emerge as Index Trends Become Evenly Split

Consolidation of recent market gains is becoming more probable.

Why Market Consolidation Looks Likely to Continue

Data continues to send mixed messages.

Why Eaton Vance Looks Ready for a Reversal

Has demand finally overcome supply?

This Key Technical Hurdle May Be Difficult for the Market to Overcome

This is where the real fight begins.

Encana Stock Is Poised to Reverse Course

A new short-term trend was accompanied by very strong trading volume, suggesting an emergence of buying demand.

Insiders Are Pulling Back on Buying

Two indices have broken above key levels for the first time in over three months, but a pause may be on the way.

Chart: This FANG Stock Has New Teeth

Facebook has formed a bullish reversal pattern.

Olin Has Formed a Bullish Reversal Pattern

Prior resistance at $21.50 may now possibly function as support.

Better Buying Opportunities May Lie Ahead

Has the fuel that propelled the markets higher of late been spent?

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