January 27, 2023 - Excerpt From CNBC's site:
Jeff Bierman, chief market technician at TheoTrade, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss why investors shouldn't be near consumer staple companies.
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Professor Bierman talks consumer staples - are they a haven for "bargain hunters or bottom feeders?" Watch below to find out where the Professor stands...
January 23, 2023 - Excerpt from the article/interview:
"Every sector of the S&P  needs to come to a single-digit multiple before it signals a market bottom," Bierman wrote. "Semiconductors, oil, and retail (in certain parts) are there. Consumer staples - not even close."
He pointed to Coca-Cola, a favorite of Warren Buffett's that Bierman views as overvalued because its trading at a 26 multiple, a level misaligned with its earnings and revenue.
January 23, 2023 - Excerpt from the Article:
After the U.S. stock market made all-time highs last year, I spoke with Jeffrey Bierman, a professional stock-trader with more than three decades of experience. Bierman also lectures on TheoTrade.com and TheQuantGuy.com, and is an adjunct professor at Loyola University and DePaul University, both in Chicago.
At the S&P 500’s SPX, -0.07% high he predicted a drop to 3600 or lower in 2022, and he was right. I recently caught up with Bierman to discuss his latest projections and strategies for U.S. stocks:
January 21, 2023 - Article Excerpt:
Investors sought refuge in consumer staples stocks last year as the broader equity market sank into bear territory, but that group is now in a bubble that's on the verge of popping, says one veteran chart technician.
"The greatest opportunity to short on Wall Street, according to risk/reward, is consumer staples. This is the beginning of the breakdown in consumer staples, for the long term," Jeff Bierman, chief market technician at TheoTrade, said in a note this week.
January 20, 2023 - Excerpt from the article:
That brings us to our call of the day from TheoTrade’s chief market technician, Professor Jeff Bierman, who sees a bubble ahead for consumer staples, which he calls a “‘safe haven’ rotation sector that is overbought and overpriced.”
Bierman doesn’t hold back with his warning. “We’re heading into a recession and consumer staples are priced like growth stocks when they’re actually value stocks. The Marubozo signals that we are in for a much deeper correction in consumer staples than we’ve experienced in the past couple of days,” he tells clients...
January 20, 2023 - Excerpt from the Article:
This week we interview Professor Jeff Bierman. We discuss why 2022 was a year or reprogramming and why 2023 will be the year of recalibration.
There are large changes afoot and we discuss most of them on this show. Fed fueled fantasy, rotations, locking in yield, active vs passive, valuations, and more.
January 14, 2023 - Article excerpt:
But according to Jeff Bierman, the chief market technician at TheoTrade who held the same position at TD Ameritrade between 2007-2015, investors shouldn't be betting on a shift to dovish policy in 2023.
"Inflation goes up like a volcano and comes down like a feather," Bierman said. "It's going to take a while to reset inflation lower."
He added: "The idea of a pivot? Not going to happen."
January 13, 2023 - Professor Jeff Bierman, CMT, recently spoke with Chuck Jaffe of the MoneyLife Show, in a far ranging interview that covered the ups and downs of the noisy market to what Bierman believes will be the final culmination. Will it be a bust or a rally?
January 5, 2023 - TheoTrade Chief Market Technician, and The Quant Guy - Professor Jeff Bierman, CMT joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the impact of the Fed's 2023 rate hike outlook on markets - WATCH FULL SEGMENT HERE
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