This was a great interview that Ryan Puplava did with Louise Yamada. She gets into some historical technical analysis in Bonds and US interest rate cycles. Louise also makes some interesting observations in Gold and US stocks. This is great stuff guys direct from one of our legends.
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Louise Yamada is Managing Director of Louise Yamada Technical Research Advisors (LYA) founded October 2005. Previously Louise was Managing Director and Head of Technical Research for Smith Barney (Citigroup). Louise has been a perennial leader in the Institutional Investor poll, and was the top-ranked market technician in 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 prior to her departure from Citigroup.
At LYA Louise has made major calls on: The onset of the relative strength decline of the Financial sector (with reports starting March 2007); the oncoming decline of the U.S. dollar (with a report, “The U.S. Dollar – Losing Reserve Status?” in 2006); the continued structural bull market for Gold (from 2002); her 2004 Alternate Hypothesis that today’s equity indexes could track the 1932-1939-1942 stock market; Bonds, the last 20+-year trend yet to reverse (2006); and many other key calls on the domestic and foreign stock markets, on energy, interest rates and commodities.
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