Thursday, June 25, 2009

Market Technicians Assocation webcast: "Market Signals with ETFs"

At noon US eastern time today, I have the privilege of conducting a webcast presentation for the Market Technicians Association titled "Market Signals with ETFs". You are invited to join the free 45 minute session as an electronic attendee: listen to the presentation and ask questions.

The topics I will be discussing include:

* Why stocks have an inherently upward bias
* Portfolio strategies such as diversification with a tilt
* Technical analysis tools and ETFs
* The three forces that have empowered all investors

To attend as a guest, click here

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Phil Roth, CMT

In yet another excellent and insightful interview with the Wall Street veteran and Chief Market Technical Analyst for Miller + Tabak we explored the prospects for a completed market bottom, the absence of public participation in the equity markets, investors sentiment, which sectors, size, and styles look attractive and which look unattractive, and some thoughts on the fixed income market, the US dollar, and the strong chart pattern of Gold.

The length of the interview is 12 minutes 17 seconds.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Marty Fridson, CFA

My podcast interview with the CEO and co-CIO at Fridson Investment Advisors explores some of the topics to be discussed at next week's New York Society of Security Analysts' 19th Annual High Yield Bond Conference, his views on the trends and directions of the high yield market since our interview one year ago, quality issues in the high yield market, and the trend toward activist government.

The length of the interview is 14 minutes 20 seconds.