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Gold fell for over two years -- from nearly $2000 per ounce all the way down to $1187. On December 12, 2013, The Elliott Wave Theorist alerted you to a change in outlook for gold. Gold is up $150 in just two months! What's next?

Slow start to a slow week?

Today, the new Fed chief, Janet Yellen, is facing her first grilling by U.S. Congress. The markets are optimistic.

How about you?

The time to prepare for what’s next is now. Our February FF helps you do just that. In the new issue, we take a hard look at everything that matters: the waves, the sentiment, the psychology.

All to give you an objective, non-knee-jerk read on what’s really coming next.

»Take a peek inside the hot new issue

Crude Oil Bulls Go Back to School

Here's the what: Oil prices have just enjoyed their strongest 3-day rally since Iraq's 1990 invasion of Kuwait. Now, read why OPEC is not to thank for the upsurge...

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Crude Oil Bulls Go Back to School

Here's the what: Oil prices have just enjoyed their strongest 3-day rally since Iraq's 1990 invasion of Kuwait. Now, read why OPEC is not to thank for the upsurge...

» Read More

(Podcast, New Episode) Financial Markets in August 2015: Which Movie as a Metaphor?

The new episode of our Pop Trends Price Culture podcast (free on iTunes and other players) lives up to its name by exploring a certain classic movie as a metaphor for the dark August of 2015. Listen for yourself.

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Are You Puzzled by Gold's Price Action?

The story goes like this: First, gold prices soar as global stock markets crash. Then, gold prices plunge as global stock markets... crash? It's time for a different version of events...

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Crude Oil Rallies 27% in 1 Week

You'll find many "fundamental" reasons as to why crude oil prices are up almost 30% from last week's lows. But if you've already read Robert Prechter's new Elliott Wave Theorist, you'll remember this quote (published Aug. 19): "As you can see in Figure 14, oil is probably heading into the low of wave (5) in a five-wave decline of Primary degree. On that basis, expect oil to find a fairly significant low in coming weeks. ...it should lead to the biggest rally since 2011-2013. We will try to keep you posted."

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