Where will stocks be a year from now?

A year ago, with the Dow below 16,000, we made a strong bullish case for stocks.

Today, with the Dow topping 21,000, we're preparing subscribers for the next turn.

See market evidence our long-term editors have prepared for you now.

NEW February Theorist Now Available

Learn the key issues that should be on every investor’s radar -- and where stocks, bonds and more are likely to go next.

New Book from Robert Prechter

Reviewers call it "unique," "incisive," "enthralling," "counterintuitive" and "the best book ever written on financial markets." Read The Socionomic Theory of Finance to find out why.

Free Report: State of the Global Markets

Stocks, bonds, currencies and more -- get our "hotlist" of global markets poised for major moves in 2017.

Silver Prices: "Smoking Gun" May Not Be What Some Think

In December, a "smoking gun" of price manipulation was allegedly uncovered in the silver market. A month later, our analysis showed a different "smoking gun" on silver's price chart: a bullish Elliott wave pattern. (Result: On February 28, silver touched a 3-month high.) See two charts that tell the story.

A New "Twist and Turn" on the Big Bull Market

This market sentiment indicator has a reliable history that goes back nearly 200 years! It's sending a signal today that's as clear as it's ever been. We map that indicator out for you.

Here's Why Closing Streaks In the Stock Market REALLY Matter

Since November 4th, the Dow Jones Industrials have seen a 17 percent rally, and closed higher in every session from February 9th through this past Friday, February 24. That is no ordinary streak. The Dow hasn't seen that many consecutive closes since January 1987...

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Metals: Making Sense of Recent Price Moves

Our metals expert discusses recent price action of copper, gold, silver and more.

U.S. Household Debt: A New, Alarming Milestone

U.S. debt is on the rise and could reach a milestone level sometime in 2017. Student debt has risen for 18 consecutive years, and subprime loans are a growing worry in another sector. See these charts to understand the threat.