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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Investors Shift to Barbell Strategy as Technology and Utilities Set Post-Election Highs Last Week
Technology is the growth, and typically the most volatile, sector, while the safety of dividends makes utilities the least volatile.
Treasury Bond Yields Held Highs, Gold Stays Range-Bound, Utilities Stocks Rise
'Flight to safety' investments into the exchange-traded funds for U.S. Treasury bonds, gold bullion and dividend-rich utilities stocks continue to be viable choices for investors.
Transports and Small Caps Could Lead the 5 Major Averages Lower on Trump Stock Market Slump
The exchange traded funds Diamonds, Spiders and QQQ's remain overbought, while transports and Russell 2000 have negative weekly charts.
The Trump Election Rally Faces Correctional Global Slump
Negative technical divergences are spreading among the 9 global averages that best measure the staying power of the post-election rally in major indices around the world.
Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Netflix Had Daily Key Reversals on Tuesday, Face Weekly Downgrades
Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Alphabet and Netflix have positive but overbought weekly charts, and four could have weekly key reversals on closes this week below their lows of last week.