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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Recent Articles By The Author

Investments into Treasury Bonds, Gold, Utilities Continue to Perform Well This Year

Investments into Treasury Bonds, Gold, Utilities Continue to Perform Well This Year

Trading ranges remain in play for the 'flight to safety' exchange-traded funds for U.S. Treasury bonds, gold bullion, and dividend-rich utilities stocks.

Investors Still Favor Technology Mixed with the Safety of Utilities

Investors Still Favor Technology Mixed with the Safety of Utilities

The technology ETF continues to trade to new highs, while utilities provide the safety of dividends.

Warning--PowerShares QQQ Tested its Price Target for 2017 Last Week

Warning--PowerShares QQQ Tested its Price Target for 2017 Last Week

The PowerShares QQQ still has a positive but overbought weekly chart, but risky levels for 2017 have been achieved, and the four other stock market ETFs are showing negative divergences.

S&P 500, Nasdaq, Nifty 50, German DAX See New Highs and Negative Divergence

S&P 500, Nasdaq, Nifty 50, German DAX See New Highs and Negative Divergence

Negative divergences observed on 8 of 9 global averages. India's Nifty 50 set a new high on Wednesday and has a positive but overbought weekly chart.

KB, Toll, Lennox Lead Housing Index to Post-Election High

KB, Toll, Lennox Lead Housing Index to Post-Election High

Here's a slideshow of 10 housing stocks as homebuilder sentiment rises to 70 in May, with single-family housing starts below its long-term potential.