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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.

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Market Alert: S&P 500

After last Friday's sell-off, the start of this week's trading added to the worries. Shortly after the open, the S&P 500 slid off to an intraday low of 1967. But then...

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Market Alert: S&P 500

After last Friday's sell-off, the start of this week's trading added to the worries. Shortly after the open, the S&P 500 slid off to an intraday low of 1967. But then...

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USDJPY: Market Alert (Update)

This forex pair has rallied since our last week's forecast -- but this week’s trading began with a sideways move. What should you make of that?

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(Video) Why the Idea That Strong Economy Is Bullish for Stocks Is False

Economists argue that improving U.S. economy is bullish or stocks. On the surface, it’s a perfectly logical argument – and it just feels right. The problem is that the reality does not support this claim.

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Short Term Update (Monday, July 28, 4:43 PM)

  • S&P 500 is flashing one of the "clearest" Elliott wave forms you'll ever see
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