Helene Meisler

Helene Meisler writes a daily technical analysis column and TheStreet Top Stocks. For more information, click here. Meisler spent more than a decade on the sell side as a market technician covering institutional accounts at various investment banks in New York City, including Cowen & Co. and Goldman Sachs. In addition she worked at Cargill in Minneapolis where she managed equity money for three years. She received her bachelor's degree in business from Pace University.

Recent Articles By The Author

Slamming Into the Bell

Slamming Into the Bell

Wednesday's action and the indicators point toward getting oversold and real shift in sentiment -- looks like the correction is going as it should.

Let's Talk About Sentiment

From Tuesday to Wednesday the shift in sentiment became clear -- and we're finally moving off that giddy/complacent level and then likely toward a good oversold condition.

Charting Out the Correction

Charting Out the Correction

Charts sit on uptrend lines and there's little statistical sign of panic or fear.

Sentiment Stands

Market’s failure to close on lows along with other indicators shows only small shift in sentiment.

It's Important to Look at More Than One Day in the Markets

It's Important to Look at More Than One Day in the Markets

If you judge the market just by Monday's action, you'll miss what's been going on.

A Whole Lot of Sideways

Looking at the market over the past two weeks is a useful exercise after the past two days.

Friday's Rally? It's Complicated

Friday's Rally? It's Complicated

As Friday's rally got everyone excited, the number of stocks making new highs contracted to 154.

Buying Rumors, Selling News

China deal and Uber IPO two big 'events' to watch this week -- let's see if they're the events that can end a rally.

From Returning Confidence to Enthusiasm

From Returning Confidence to Enthusiasm

Following the Sentiment Cycle to where we are in the market.

Shake It All Out

Nothing’s wrong with a market correction – the Russell 2000 even outperformed – but keep your eyes on the declining McClellan Summation Index.