Gail Dudack brings a unique perspective to markets, particularly compared to other guests we’ve had on Technical Analysis Radio. Gail’s career goes back to the 1970s. She has served the Chief US Investment Strategist at UBS and Pershing prior to that. She was a rotating panelist on ‘Wall Street Week With Louis Rukeyser’ for over 20 years. As a past President of the CMT Association, I think her experience and approach to markets is one we can all learn from. In this episode Gail talks about how she incorporates the news cycle into her sentiment work along with other more quantitative inputs. Early in her career she would focus on the Odd Lotters and Short Interest so it is interesting to hear how that has been forced to change over the years as markets have evolved. In terms of the current market environment, Gail talks about the lack of extreme sentiment readings in Stocks, the prospects of us being earlier in the cycle rather than late, and where Interest Rates, Bonds and Gold fit into those major themes. Sector rotation, momentum and relative strength are also discussed during this podcast episode. This is definitely a can’t miss conversation with a Wall Street legend!