Straight Talk with Sven Henrich

By Sven Henrich

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Understand what's really happening in the world of stock markets. Sven Henrich is founder and the lead market strategist for He has been a frequent contributor to CNBC, CNN Business and MarketWatch and is well known for his diligent technical, directional and macro analysis of global equity markets. In Straight Talk Sven brings you the latest key developments impacting financial markets and offers his unique brand of keeping it real with a healthy dose of skepticism and the occasional sarcasm.

Episode Date
Straight Talk: Game Changers

Markets down 3 weeks in a row in September so far. An orderly decline with oversold conditions building, but no fear bottom as of yet.
Looking at game changers for markets into the rest of the month, October and the US election in November. Prospects for another rally and/or much more volatility to come.
For technical chart discussions see:

Sep 19, 2020
Straight Talk: Technicals Matter

Markets down 2 weeks in a row right before another Fed meeting and quad witch options expiration next week. 
I'm discussing the prospect of more volatility to come into October and November, but also the potential for another rally. The dollar, $VIX, the Nasdaq, along with Gold and the US dollar.
See also the website for some of the charts discussed in this episode of Straight Talk.

Sep 12, 2020
Straight Talk: Bear Raid

A sudden sell off in tech stocks with Nasdaq dropping 10% in 2 days. Just a flesh wound in a historic bubble with more highs to come or signs of something more sinister?

Explaining some of the technical reasons behind the selloff, the reasons for the fuel for the fire in the first place, all this plus some key developments in the macro economy.

Sep 05, 2020
Straight Talk: Sell Off

Episode 1, giving some technical perspectives and historic context to today's selloff.

Sep 03, 2020