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

Closer to Euphoria

Friday’s action is the kind that can help us move from Panic all the way to Euphoria –- let’s see if we can get it there.

The Tide Has Turned

The Tide Has Turned

Don't fuss over the S&P's rise to 3000, but know that the biggest challenge now is sentiment, which shifted decidedly this week -- also, the number of stocks making new highs is not faring fantastically, either.

Getting Bullish

With the employment numbers due at week's end, and the S&P 500 up five-straight days and the Nasdaq up six, Friday looks like a coin toss -- but a down day should cool off some of the newfound bullishness.

Watch Those Bears Jump the Fence

Watch Those Bears Jump the Fence

The bears from a week ago are capitulating, and now look how many have jumped over the fence.

Sentiment Shift Is Here

Look no further for proof than the Daily Sentiment Index for Nasdaq, which tagged 90 Tuesday, the S&P 500 at 88 and the Volatility Index, which has dropped to 17.

You Can Almost Smell Monday's Bad Breadth

You Can Almost Smell Monday's Bad Breadth

The rally has given little to gripe about, and one poor day of breadth shouldn't ring alarm bells ... so long as it doesn't continue.

Why the Hate?

Some are calling this 'the most-hated bull market,' but yet we just saw the Citi Panic/Euphoria Model get to Euphoria two months ago.

It's Better to Be Right on Time Than Pretty Late

It's Better to Be Right on Time Than Pretty Late

As good charts can turn bad and vice-versa, we should look to sets of indicators to chart the market's movements -- and the indicators didn't change drastically from Friday's action.

On Track for Overbought

Getting to intermediate-term overbought around mid-July still looks likely, as Friday’s statistics showed little change.

Green Day's Here Again

Green Day's Here Again

The Russell 2000 led the day and we have trade news coming this weekend, but what would it take for the indicators to change?