Richard Suttmeier

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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Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq, Russell 2000 Set All-Time Intraday Highs

Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq, Russell 2000 Set All-Time Intraday Highs

Trump stock rally continues in the U.S., but Japan's Nikkei 225, China's Shanghai Composite, India's Nifty 50 and German DAX remain below 2015 highs.

Chevron, Exxon Mobil Lag Crude Oil on Declining Momentum in the Energy Sector

Chevron, Exxon Mobil Lag Crude Oil on Declining Momentum in the Energy Sector

Nymex crude oil has a positive but overbought weekly chart, while the energy sector ETF and shares of Chevron and Exxon Mobil have negative weekly charts.

How to Trade 5 Construction and Materials Stocks

How to Trade 5 Construction and Materials Stocks

Shares of Armstrong World, Lennox, Masco, Owens Corning and Vulcan Materials have mixed performances as recent earnings trumped housing-related demand and potential infrastructure spending.

Homebuilder Sentiment Slips, Housing Starts Stall--How to Trade 5 Homebuilders

Homebuilder Sentiment Slips, Housing Starts Stall--How to Trade 5 Homebuilders

Homebuilder sentiment slipped two points to 65 in February, as single-family housing starts inched 1.9% higher in January.

Post-Election, S&P 500 Sector ETFs No Longer Follow Ups and Downs of Oil

Post-Election, S&P 500 Sector ETFs No Longer Follow Ups and Downs of Oil

The energy sector ETF has a negative weekly chart, while the other 10 S&P 500 sector ETFs have positive weekly charts with spreading overbought conditions.