Suttmeier, a former U.S. Treasury trader and trading manager in the primary dealer community, has more than 40 years of experience in the U.S. financial markets. Suttmeier is an engineer by education with a master of science degree. He has been writing newsletters and market commentaries since 1984, and his engineering and trading background are the foundation for the combined fundamental and technical analysis used in the stories he writes exclusively for TheStreet.com.
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Recent Articles By The Author
What to Do About Negative Charts for Bonds, Gold, Utility Stocks
Even with negative weekly charts, the ETFs for U.S. Treasury bonds, gold and utility stocks continue to outperform stocks year to date.
Consumer Sectors ETFs Hit By Slowing Retail Sales
The consumer staples sector exchange-traded fund has a negative weekly chart and the consumer discretionary sector could follow this week.
Nasdaq-, S&P-Tracking ETFs Lead the Pack, Charts Show
Weekly momentum readings for the ETFs for the Dow 30, S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 and Russell 2000 remain overbought, but not for Dow transports.
How to Trade Global Stock Market Volatility Since the Flash Crash
A global flash crash hit on Aug. 24, 2015. Here's how to trade global markets a year later.
Is the Game Over for GameStop? Check These Charts
GameStop has a solid year-to-date gain and a positive weekly chart but remains in bear market territory. It reports earnings Thursday.