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The Oregon Militia Standoff with FBI: Why Now?
Learn how anti-government extremism of the "Bundy Standoff" fits into the current social mood trend

By Nico Isaac
2/5/2016 3:15:00 PM

It goes without saying, radical extremists with incendiary ideas have always been a part of social landscape in America. But there are three aspects of the Bundy standoff that make it truly exceptional.

Filed Under: cultural trends, social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics 


(Video, 2:24 min.) The Never-Ending Scramble to Figure Out the Stock Market
Does anyone know why financial markets move as they do?

By Bob Stokes
2/5/2016 1:00:00 PM

The stock market's ramped-up volatility has many observers trying to figure out the cause. One believes he knows the answer. We investigate.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, fundamental analysis, S&P 500, video

Category: Stocks 


EURUSD: Two Months of "Zero Progress" End with a Bang
See why the euro bulls' celebration may be short-lived, though

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
2/5/2016 12:30:00 PM

For the past two months, EURUSD, the world's most-traded forex market, has made almost zero net progress -- until now. This chart shows you the long sideways trading range stretching back all the way to December.

Filed Under: contracting triangle, currency, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave trading, euro, euro/USD exchange rate, forex, forex trading, technical analysis, technical indicators

Category: Currencies 


(Interview, 3:39 min.) 2016 Will Surprise Commodity Traders & Investors
Our Chief Commodity Analyst explains why

By Alexandra Lienhard
2/5/2016 11:45:00 AM

In this new interview, Jeffrey Kennedy, the editor of Commodity Junctures, puts the 2015 decline in commodities into perspective in terms of the larger trend.

Filed Under: commodities, Elliott Wave Principle, Elliott Wave trading, interview

Category: Commodities 


(Interview, 3:17 min.) Learn Why Elliott Waves Are "Good at Market Turns"
What separates the Wave Principle from other forecasting methods? Our own Pete Kendall explains.

By Alexandra Lienhard
2/4/2016 5:15:00 PM

Pete Kendall, the co-editor of our flagship Financial Forecast, tells you how "it all began" for him at the New York Stock Exchange.

Filed Under: Elliott Wave Principle, financial forecast, interview, Peter Kendall

Category: U.S. Economy 


Gene Stanley is The Puzzle Solver
Dr. H. Eugene Stanley is not your average physics professor

By Alyssa Hayden
2/3/2016 10:15:00 AM

Read about the work and research of the legendary econophysicist Dr. H. Eugene Stanley, keynote speaker of the upcoming 2016 Social Mood Conference.

Filed Under: social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics 


(Video, 2:45 min.) The Nine Most Terrifying Words in U.S. Healthcare
The uninsured will see bigger fines in 2016

By Bob Stokes
2/1/2016 2:45:00 PM

In 2003, we warned about the trend toward socialized healthcare and taxes. Now, the fines for the uninsured have increased in 2016. Now is the time to prepare for what's next.

Filed Under: Conquer the Crash, economic indicators, Elliott wave, housing prices, video

Category: U.S. Economy 


(New Podcast) Name That Fear Tune: What WERE You Afraid Of?
Pop Trends, Price Culture is our free weekly podcast about the intersection of psychology and markets

By Editorial Staff
2/1/2016 1:00:00 PM

Let's play "Name That Fear Tune." Listen to a couple of brief clips from a certain video presentation, and see if you can guess the topic behind the "fear tune." Hint: It's not the kind of dry documentary that's made for over-educated people...

Filed Under: cultural trends, Elliott wave, sentiment, social mood

Category: Socionomics 


Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: See Tomorrow's Turns Today
Attend the 2016 Social Mood Conference and come face-to-face with the world's leading socionomic thinkers and practitioners

By Nico Isaac
2/1/2016 12:00:00 PM

The sixth annual 2016 Social Mood Conference puts you face-to-face with the world's leading socionomists. The best part is, you can get a front-row seat to hear their groundbreaking foresights into the radical sea changes in store for the entire human landscape. 

Filed Under: Bob Prechter, Elliott wave, social mood, socionomics, socionomics summit

Category: Socionomics 


Japan: Negative Rates Redux
The recent history of Japan (and Europe) shows that negative interest rates do not yield positive economic results

By Nico Isaac
1/29/2016 6:00:00 PM

On January 29, the Bank of Japan slashed interest rates into negative territory in hopes of fending off further economic weakness. History shows, however, the "free money" policy is futile against the "immutable" forces of finance.

 

Filed Under: Bank of England, Bank of Japan, banks, central banks, charts, Conquer the Crash, deflation, Elliott wave, europe, european central bank, european markets, eurozone, financial forecast, Interest Rates

Category: Asian Markets 


Why Are Crude Oil Prices Up 33% in One Week?
Some say, look at the news. We say, look at the charts.

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
1/28/2016 9:30:00 PM

Most analysts say the same thing: Oil is higher in reaction to the news. Sounds reasonable… but what if someone told you there was a way to forecast this rally before the news -- or even without any news?

Filed Under: crude oil, Elliott wave, futures trading, supply and demand

Category: Energy 


(Interview, 4:32 min.) Europe: Why It's Going to Get a Lot Worse Before It Gets Better
New interview with our European markets expert

By Alexandra Lienhard
1/28/2016 5:45:00 PM

Brian Whitmer, the editor of our monthly European Financial Forecast, explains what indicators helped him anticipate market volatility -- and what he's expecting this year in European stocks.

Filed Under: Brian Whitmer, DAX, european markets, eurozone, interview, video

Category: European Markets 


(Interview, 4:39 min.) Gold: "It's an Exciting Time Right Now"
New insights from our Intraday Metals Analyst

By Alexandra Lienhard
1/28/2016 4:45:00 PM

Our senior metals analyst tells you about the indicators that help with forecasting gold's intraday moves -- and explains why it's an "exciting time" for gold traders right now.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, Elliott Wave trading, Gold, interview, silver, technical analysis, technical indicators, video

Category: Gold and Silver 


(Video, 2:52 min.) Does the Fed Drive the Price of Gold?
Look to the Wave Principle to glimpse into the yellow metal's future

By Bob Stokes
1/28/2016 2:15:00 PM

The conventional wisdom says that the Fed's decision to leave rates unchanged triggered a jump in gold to a 12-week high. But does the central bank's policy really drive the price of gold? See how the Wave Principle helps us to forecast gold.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, Gold, investor psychology, precious metals, sentiment, video

Category: Gold and Silver 


A Day in the Life of a Stock Market Investor (from Outer Space)
How one man (well, creature) tried investing by reading the headlines -- and what came of it

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
1/27/2016 5:30:00 PM

Let's say you're an alien sent to this planet to study human behavior. Your task: the stock market as a mirror or human collective psychology. Millions of humans invest in it. Can you learn something by watching them put their money in a collective pot? Oh yes.

Filed Under: Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), Elliott wave, Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), fundamental analysis, Interest Rates, investment decisions, investment strategy, investor psychology, S&P 500, stock indexes, U.S. dollar

Category: Stocks 


Why You Should Take a Close Look at India Now
Investors in India's stock market have been richly rewarded

By Bob Stokes
1/27/2016 2:30:00 PM

India is often ignored in the U.S. financial media. But investors should pay close attention. Indian equities have outperformed U.S. stocks over the years. And, now, opportunity appears to beckon again.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, Indian markets

Category: Asian Markets 


Do Oil Prices Really Govern Stock Prices?
See why you must study Elliott wave patterns in each market separately

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
1/26/2016 5:15:00 PM

You've probably noticed that lately, oil and stocks have been moving in unison -- so much so that today, people say that cheap oil is bearish for stocks, and higher oil prices are bullish. But do you remember that not that long ago, they said precisely the opposite?

Filed Under: crude oil, Elliott wave, Robert Prechter

Category: Stocks 


Social Mood, Epidemics -- and the Threat to 2016 Olympics
An eye-opening update on the connection between social mood, the stock market and public health

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
1/26/2016 4:00:00 PM

This excerpt gives you a unique perspective on the rapid spread of the dangerous Zika virus. At least 20 cases have been confirmed in the U.S., plus nearly 4000 in Brazil. See the surprising connection between social mood, the stock market -- and public health.

Filed Under: Bob Prechter, Elliott wave, emerging markets, social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics 


(New Podcast) Political Prisoners That Even Positive Mood Could Not Set Free
Pop Trends, Price Culture is our free weekly podcast about the intersection of psychology and markets

By Editorial Staff
1/26/2016 10:30:00 AM

What happens when you speak against your country's decision to go to war? Nothing good, most of the time. The new episode of our Pop Trends, Price Culture tells a true tale of dissenters who were (so to speak) jailed by negative mood.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, politics, social mood

Category: Socionomics 


(Video, 2:24 min.) Two Strong Signs of a Big Financial Top?
Van Gogh as collateral and a liquidity trap for stocks

By Bob Stokes
1/25/2016 3:30:00 PM

A review of past market tops shows that many of them were accompanied by the same warning signs. We highlight two of them. Plus, a chart shows a trap that's about to snap shut on stocks.
 

Filed Under: Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), Elliott wave, junk bonds, U.S. Treasuries, video

Category: Stocks 



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