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

Transports and Russell 2000 Join the Club

All of the major equity indices have now closed above this key technical level.

Paychex Stock Is Poised to Change Direction

PAYX has formed an important reversal pattern.

Insider Buying Activity Continues to Rise

Dow Jones Transports trend turns neutral.

Planet Fitness May Be Exercising a Reversal

Mid-June saw another attempt at the $80.00 level that failed as significant selling volume entered the picture once again.

Indices Are Weakening or Breaking Support, Is it Time to Change Our Outlook?

We are keeping a close eye on these changes, but so far we haven't changed our stance.

Read All About It: News Corp. Stock Is Poised to Change Direction

NWSA's prior high VAP range that had functioned as resistance may now convert to price support.

The High VAP Levels Need to Come Down Before We See More Progress

The Russell 2000 index closed below trend and is now neutral. Otherwise, all of the near-term trends remain positive.

S&P 500 Makes New Closing High: Now What?

Index data are now flashing some cautionary signals.

Those High 'VAP' Levels Are Turning From Resistance to Support

All of the indices are now in near-term uptrends, except the Dow Jones Transports, which is neutral.

What the Latest Index Charts and Data Reveal

Only two of the major equity indices are in short-term uptrends.

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