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Helene Meisler

Helene Meisler writes a daily technical analysis column and TheStreet Top Stocks. For more information, click here. Meisler spent more than a decade on the sell side as a market technician covering institutional accounts at various investment banks in New York City, including Cowen & Co. and Goldman Sachs. In addition she worked at Cargill in Minneapolis where she managed equity money for three years. She received her bachelor's degree in business from Pace University.

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Recent Articles By The Author

Market's Ripe for Griping

We'll need patience to see how this plays out, but so far new lows are growing despite the indexes hitting highs and breadth has had a streak of red.

How's the Market Cooking Up? It's Got Too Many Divergences for My Taste

Amid this chop and slop, we have leaking breadth, the McClellan Summation Index rolled over, and a growing number of stocks making new lows -- despite indexes at their highs.

This Market's Been Choppy, So Where to Next?

Let's look at past periods of similar action to see whether we went up or down, and to get an idea where we might be headed.

Not Everything's Lining Up in the Market

We're starting to see some divergences, but it's not straight across the board -- a down day, however, could get a lot of the complacency wrung out in a hurry.

Missing Signals on Market's Dow Theory

The transports failed to make a higher high on Thursday, so there is a Dow Theory non-confirmation in place -- also we have three-straight days of red breadth and the McClellan Summation Index has stopped going up.

Don't Overlook These Subtle Changes Amid Sloppy Market Action

As the chop continues, keep watch on breadth, new lows and the ratio of the small caps to large caps.

It's Time for That Talk Again ... About Sentiment

After the action on Monday into Tuesday, it's time to review this key indicator.

Hear That Knocking? That's Folks Getting Giddy

After Thursday's shakeout and bearishness, people have started to border on giddy -- let's see what else changed over the weekend.

Too Much Growth, Too Little Value

If we continue down this road in which big cap growth stocks lead over value stocks, then we'll likely see the Summation Index roll over.

Didn't We Just See a 'Fed Meeting' Month Like This One?

During the last two FOMC meetings in July and September, the market was near the highs and then sold off afterward -- guess which one is similar to now?

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