All posts tagged "Ralph Acampora"
Ralph Acampora is Bullish
Ralph Acampora, the "godfather of technical analysis," provided his latest assessment of the market on CNBC today
- Posted October 25, 2016
Ralph Acampora Sees a Stealth Bear Market
Long-time market observer Ralph Acampora of Altaira Investment Solutions provided his latest insights to CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis this week.
- Posted May 16, 2014
Ralph Acampora Foresees a New High for the DJIA
Long-time market technician Ralph Acampora, Senior Managing Director of Altaira Limited, spoke to CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis this week and explained why he turned bullish on the market.
- Posted October 25, 2013
Ralph Acampora: The Market Could See a 15% Sell-off
Jack Bouroudjian, Bull and Bear Partners CEO, along with Ralph Acampora, Altaira Limited’s Senior Managing Director, were guests on CNBC with Maria Bartiromo last week.
- Posted August 20, 2013
Ralph Acampora on Why the Bull Market Will Forge Much Higher
Speaking to CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo yesterday, Altaira Limited’s Senior Managing Director and long-time stock market technician and guru Ralph Acampora explained why he was so bullish on the prospects for equities. Acampora said we could see the...
- Posted May 4, 2013
Ralph Acampora: Market Will Rocket Higher with Fiscal Cliff Deal
In an interview on CNBC’s Futures Now, Ralph Acampora, Senior Managing Director at Altaira Limited, provided his perspective of the current market, volatility index (VIX), and impact of the “fiscal cliff.” Acampora noted that the VIX was...
- Posted December 28, 2012
Ralph Acampora: Capitulation is a Process
Veteran market technician Ralph Acampora says we are in a process of forming a bottom. He said we’re close to something that could be climactic and a credit downgrade of U. S. debt could cause more fear...
- Posted August 8, 2011
Robert Prechter’s Scary Forecast
Jeff Sommer of the N. Y. Times has written an article on the prognostications of Robert Prechter, who sees a prolonged bear market in the offing. His advice: individual investors should move completely out of the market...
- Posted July 4, 2010