Get ahead of fast approaching market opportunities that only Elliott waves can reveal

The Dow has been hovering above 18,000 most of the year. It's easy to mistake this seeming stability for the "new normal."

Markets like these can lull you into complacency. But that's exactly why you should prepare yourself for upcoming opportunities that only Elliott wave analysis can reveal.

Right now, our Financial Forecast Service is providing subscribers with price levels and targets for the U.S. markets from near- to long-term. You need these Elliott wave "roadmaps" to jump on opportunities now and stay ahead of the markets instead of trying to catch up after major moves pass you by.

Recent Posts

EURUSD: Why the Decline to a 7-month Low Won't Last

Today, EURUSD fell to a low not seen since March. From an Elliott wave perspective, the reasons are plenty. We’ve explained them in a recent article; the latest slide fits well into EURUSD’s big picture. More importantly, Elliott waves are already peeking around the next corner.

Retirees: Time to Decide What You Can Do Without

Relying on government to financially secure your retirement might be a big mistake. Social Security is a wealth-transfer program that's headed for a major crisis. State and local government pensions are also in trouble. Are you prepared for what the book Conquer the Crash warns about?

Brexit, Euro, Pound and Stocks—See Why Europe is "Churning" and What's Next

Our Global Opportunities Expert Chris Carolan explains how the Wave Principle helps you navigate the recent uncertainty associated with European markets.

Political Extremes, Polarization, and Political Correctness- Oh My!

Socionomics Institute Director Matt Lampert has valuable and timely insights into social mood's role in presidential elections. In this clip, Matt shows you what's driving the political extremes in this year's election.

What If Donald Trump Were the Incumbent in the 2016 Race?

Yes, this is a thought experiment. But it draws on 250-plus years of American history -- namely the stock market from 1760 to 2012.

See What Treasury Bonds Did AFTER "Five Up" Had Finished

See it for yourself: A major reversal in Treasury Bonds, as forecast. Prices then went lower in the 3-plus months since. And, the pattern now is as clear as it was then...