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
More Money Is Going to Fewer Stocks. Not Good.
Let's check the volatility, sentiment, the small caps and how both Nasdaq and the S&P 500 have been red for four-straight days -- something neither one has done in months.
Second Guessing on Wall Street
Folks were getting pretty smug on the market, but are we starting to see that change? Also, let's check that Russell 2000 rally, the intermediate-term indicators and energy.
Why 2K? The Russell 2000 Hit This Mark Just Before the Year 2000
Let's take a history lesson on the chart of the S&P 500 relative to the Russell -- better dust off your old 'Y2K' hat.
While Stocks Spin Their Wheels, Bonds and Buck Move
Let's look at the overbought condition, bonds, and the dollar vs. the yen.
Watching for More Volatility and Lower Stock Prices
Should the market rally much more and the CBOE Volatility Index fall much more, we'd see a call for more volatility, resulting in lower stock prices.
Mr. Market? He's Not So Hot
Here's where I stand with the market -- and I'm not impressed.
Small Caps, Big Deal
Let's check a critical number on the Russell 2000, and why it might mean more than those much-hyped Microsoft and Meta moves.
The Six-Week Checkup: The Indicators Budge, SOX Drop, Banks Face Test
Complacency has ruled, but now, are heart and minds beginning to change? Let's check the indicators.
Market Celebrates April Fool's All Month
The market is doing its best to confuse investors, so don't get comfortable and don't chase if it teases with a big-cap earnings relief rally.
Comparing Today's Bank Index to Crash of 1987's Dow
The Bank Index of today is similar to the chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average during the Crash of 1987.