December 22, 2015:Surveillance on Bloomberg Radio -- with an eye on 2016, Louise touches on the
financial markets, gold and oil prices, technology stocks, interest rates and the U.S. dollar. Tom Keene hosted together with guest host Pimm Fox.
Audio of the program is available from Bloomberg
in MP3 format. Louise's discussion runs from 1:20 to 9:25, and from 14:15 to 20:05.
December 15, 2015: Louise is interviewed by host Bertha Coombs on CNBC TV's online show Futures Now about current financial market conditions, including the energy sector.
Video is available from CNBC.
Louise starts at 1:15 into the segment.
November 12, 2015: Bloomberg Radio's Surveillance --
In a dynamic discussion with hosts Tom Keene and Barry Ritholz, and fellow guest
David Kotok of Cumberland Advisors, Louise covers prospects for the price of gold and also current cyclical and structural aspects of the equity markets.
Audio of the program is available from Bloomberg in MP3 format
(Louise's discussion runs from 23:14 to 27:35, and from 34:25 to 41:58).
October 10, 2015: In his weekly Barron's column Up and Down
Wall Street Randall Forsyth discusses Louise's views on the current market rally:
"Still, markets rallied, no doubt boosted by renewed expectations that a Fed rate hike is a 2016 event, even as central-bank officials and many
economists cling to the idea that liftoff could take place before year end. Regardless of the outlook for monetary policy, clients of Louise Yamada Advisors were tipped off last
weekend about what to expect in her monthly report titled, 'Bear Market in Progress; Rally at Hand?' [published October 3, 2015].
"While Louise contends that the highs of the six-year bull market have been seen, bear markets usually feature rallies. Even without
speculation about the Fed's deferring liftoff, she spied trends in the market that pointed to bounces in deeply depressed materials and energy stocks ahead of last
week's rebound. As for the latter, the Energy Select Sector SPDR exchange-traded fund (ticker: XLE) jumped 8% last week.
"The move could take the S&P 500 to the 2050 to 2060 range and the Dow Jones industrials to 17,500 - from Friday closes of
2014 and 17,084, respectively - but long-term sell signals remain in place. In her monthly missive, Louise writes that the risk is for a retracement to the levels where
the major averages broke out from their long-term trading ranges in 2013. In round numbers, that would be back to 14,000 on the DJIA and 1600 on the S&P 500.
"'Traditionally, rallies in bear markets, if we're correct on that, can cause a return to complacency before the bear claw comes
out again,' she related in an e-mail on Friday. Her key message to her clients: 'Capital preservation remains key.'
"Good advice, as the market provides higher prices for losers, which are tax-loss candidates, and winners, as well."
October 7, 2015: On Bloomberg TV's new market-wrap show What'd You Miss? Louise is interviewed by hosts Alix Steel,
Joe Weisenthal and Scarlett Fu regarding the monthly technical charts of leading market indexes. Video is available from
September 2, 2015: In a Bloomberg News article, reporter Michael Regan presents selected charts Louise discussed in her interview yesterday
with Tom Keene of Bloomberg Radio. Regan includes quotes from the interview. Text of the article, including charts, is available from
Bloomberg. Bloomberg Terminal users can read the article with: TOP <GO> and enter "Louise Yamada" in the search box.
September 1, 2015: On CNBC TVs Futures Now show Louise is
interviewed by host Jackie DeAngelis about recent volatility in the stock market.
Video and text are available from CNBC.
September 1, 2015: Louise is interviewed by host Tom Keene on the Bloomberg Radio program Surveillance, discussing recent market volatility and her approach to
technical analysis. Audio of the interview is available from Bloomberg in MP3 format
(Louise's discussion runs from 2:33 to 10:55 and from 14:52 to 19:58).
July 30, 2015: Louise is interviewed on CNBC TV's Futures Now
by host Jackie DeAngelis about current prospects for the price of gold. Video and text are available from CNBC.
June 29, 2015: Louise is interviewed by host Mandy Drury on the CNBC.com online program
Trading Nation on the current status of major indexes.
Video and a writeup are available from CNBC.
June 2, 2015: Louise is interviewed on CNBC TV's Futures Now show by host Bertha Coombs concerning the Dow Jones Transportation
Average and Dow Theory. Video is available from CNBC.
April 9, 2015: Louise is interviewed on CNBC TV's Futures Now show by host Jackie DeAngelis concerning the price of oil.
Video is available from CNBC.
January 8, 2015: Louise is interviewed on the CNBC-Yahoo Finance online show
by host Manda Drury about the Continuous Commodity Index (CCI) and its past several decades of bull and bear markets.
Video and accompanying text are available
from Yahoo Finance.