Helene Meisler is a world-renowned market technician and equity trader. As a self-identified swing trader, she specializes in utilizing technical analysis to capture short-to-medium term stock gains over a period of several days to several weeks.
As the first-ever technical analyst for Goldman Sachs in 1989, Meisler has been one of the pioneers in the financial industry for over 40 years. She has gained notoriety for her use of hand-drawn charts and ability to find profitable opportunities other financial experts miss.
In addition to her work at TheStreet where she contributes daily to Real Money and Top Stocks, and is an Action Alerts PLUS team member, Meisler frequently appears as a commentator on various financial news networks, including CNBC and Bloomberg TV. She also speaks regularly at industry conferences and events.
Recent Articles By The Author
The Bull Is Out of the Gate
Look how quickly we got bulled up. Let's check sentiment, the surveys and the International Securities Exchange call/put ratio.
Wall Street Warms Up to Energy
Let's check oil, the banks, the small caps and sentiment.
The New Cool Thing: To Call a Bull Market
I suspect that the catch up trade that has finally gotten in gear is what will turn divided sentiment into one cohesive bunch of bulls.
A Snag in the Supply Chain ... of Stocks
Let's take a look at the indicators -- and how they haven't changed -- as well as the overbought reading and why Wall Street has a supply chain problem of sorts.
There's an Awful Lot of Giddiness in Technology Stocks
The message of the market for the last two years has been don't fall in love with the bull case or the bear case because just as you do, the market manages to find a reason to go the other way.
Sometimes It Pays to Look Down
This has been a stock-pickers market: It's narrow picking on the upside, sure, but I see lots of options on the downside.
Watching Emotions on Wall Street
When investors get giddy right at the peak of a market move, it's time to pay attention.
Market's Really Bearish, and Yet Virtually Bullish. Makes Sense to Me
Are investors climbing a wall or worry or are they too wild about AI tech stocks? Let's answer that question, look at breadth, panic and more.
Market Has Many Questions After Debt Ceiling Deal
A debt ceiling deal makes this week an interesting test for the market.
Everything You Wanted to Know About Technicals, but Were Afraid to Ask
What is the Hi-Lo and why do I yap so much about breadth? Here I'll walk you through all the indicators and surveys I rely on each week.