How do traders develop their ideas and make their money? In each ten-minute episode, an experienced chart-driven trader walks through their methodology and presents a specific investment thesis. From novices wanting to learn the ropes of technical analysis to more experienced traders wanting to refine their own skills by learning from some of the best chartists out there, this series provides the practical tools for the viewer to elevate their own chart-reading skills.
Frank Cappelleri, CMT, chief market technician at Nomura Instinet, returns to discuss gold, the S&P 500, and the relationship between the two. He lays out a bullish case for $GDX, the gold miners ETF. Using a number of technical indicators in conjunction with price action, he examines $GDX vs. S&P 500 to determine whether the metal everyone loves to hate will outperform the almighty stock market. Filmed on January 15, 2020 in New York.
Aksel Kibar, CMT, founder of Tech Charts Research & Education Services, has espoused the power of classical chart patterns in all of his Real Vision appearances. In this episode, Kibar returns to pound this drum once more and examine how a few of these patterns have played out since his earlier interviews. He also highlights a handful of new opportunities poised to break out from multiyear classical chart patterns. Filmed on January 13, 2020 in Varna, Bulgaria.
Michele “Mish” Schneider returns to Technical Trader for the first time this year to deliver more insightful analysis breaking down what traders should have on their radar for 2020. Looking at seasonality, mega-trends, earnings reports, geopolitical concerns, and the potential for an uptick in inflation, Schneider makes a controversial call on Beyond Meat and reveals several opportunities in gold, sugar, and solar energy. Filmed on January 7, 2020 in Sante Fe, New Mexico.
Rich Ross, CMT, managing director and head of technical analysis at Evercore ISI, pulls no punches in his Real Vision debut. Ross breaks down ALL THE CHARTS - touching on equities, inflation, bond yields, and oil. He also explains why healthcare may be a surprise outperformer in 2020 and draws parallels between today and the late 90's bull market. Filmed on December 12, 2019 in New York.
Louis Llanes, CFA, CMT, founder of Wealthnet Investments, believes late-cycle markets are being driven by growth-starved millennials and boomers. With low rates forcing most investors out of fixed income, investors are increasingly turning to equity markets regardless of the risk of potential downturn. Llanes lays out his framework for trading equities in this high-risk environment. Filmed on December 5, 2019 in Denver.
Michele "Mish" Schneider, director of Trading Education & Research at MarketGauge, returns to Real Vision to discuss her famed "economic modern family" consisting of everything from the Russell 2000 to the state of regional banks in rural America. Additionally, she goes into the silver to gold ratio and revisits her trade idea on sugar as a major indicator of inflation. Filmed on November 26, 2019, in Sante Fe.
Are European equities finally breaking out? Aksel Kibar, CMT, founder of Tech Charts Research & Education Services, updates his analysis on the Euro Stoxx 600 and points out a variety of stock markets breaking out around the world. Kibar discusses the importance of breaking horizontal resistance, especially when combined with ascending triangles or head-and-shoulder patterns. He discusses current opportunities in U.S. small and mid-cap equities and notes how traders should play the situation. Filmed on November 19, 2019 in Varna, Bulgaria.
Comparing Market Tops - Do Stocks Have More Room to Run?
Dave Keller, CMT, chief market strategist at StockCharts.com, was burned badly when he called a market top in equities in 2013. Keller reexamines what he saw then, explains the indicators he missed, and draws on the similarities and differences between these two markets to make sense of what to expect from the stock market over the short and medium term. Keller also provides the three charts he thinks everyone should add to their daily routine. Filmed on November 13, 2019 in New York.
J.C. Parets, CMT, of All Star Charts is back with a bullish call on technology stocks that can benefit from the transition to 5G. He builds the base of his argument on the performance of his proprietary basket of 5G-related stocks, drills down on his favorite name in the bunch, and determines his price target and stop-loss using Fibonacci extensions. Filmed on October 30, 2019 in Sonoma, California.
Dave Floyd of Aspen Trading Group sees $BBBY’s recent price spike as a great opportunity to get short. Since Mark Tritton’s appointment as CEO was announced on October 9th, the stock is up over 40%, and Floyd sees this as too much too fast for the relatively untested executive. With over 60% of the float currently shorted, Floyd lays out an alternative method of playing the setup using call spreads. Filmed on October 23, 2019 in Bend, Oregon.
Louis Llanes, CFA, CMT, founder of Wealthnet Investments, walks through the simple steps he uses to identify, size and manage a potential trade. He focuses his lesson on one particular stock he is trading, $RTN, and provides his entry, target, stop-loss, and sizing criterion. Filmed on October 15, 2019 in Denver.
Brian Shannon, CMT, founder of AlphaTrends.net, breaks down the recent price boom in the semiconductor sector. Shannon examines the sector through the lens of the $SMH, drills down on the top four components, and reveals his favorite from the bunch - $NVDA. Filmed on October 1, 2019 in Denver.