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Crude Oil: From Chaos to Clarity?

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
4/17/2014 3:15:00 PM

This chart shows you what oil has done over the past three years: In a word, one big nothing. Crude trades today about where it was in mid-2011. You can bet that’s why...

Filed Under: , crude oil, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave trading, futures trading

Category: Energy 


Gold: When Bad Things Happen to Good Forecasts
How Elliott wave analysis helps gold investors manage risk

By Nico Isaac
4/16/2014 5:30:00 PM

For Elliotticians, analyzing a market is a two-step process: First, determine the most likely direction of the dominant trend. Second, calculate key support and resistance levels that act as visual tripwires on a price chart. If prices trigger these levels, you know it's time to hit the exit. Let me show you an example.

Filed Under: , Elliott wave, Gold, precious metals

Category: Gold and Silver 


Market Insight: DJIA, S&P 500 and NASDAQ

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
4/16/2014 4:45:00 PM

After last week’s hard sell-off in stocks -- and this week's rally (so far) -- you are probably wondering what's next. Who isn't, right? Here is a quick insight from our intraday service for traders, which focuses solely on the DJIA, S&P 500 and NASDAQ.

Filed Under: , Bear market, bull market, Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), Elliott wave, Elliott Wave trading, futures trading, Nasdaq Composite, S&P 500, technical analysis, technical indicators

Category: Stocks 


(Video) Phase II of Housing's Deep Slide
This housing market indicator hits an 18-year low

By Bob Stokes
4/16/2014 3:30:00 PM

See the evidence that suggests the rebound in housing prices may undergo a sustained reversal.

Filed Under: , economic indicators, Elliott wave, foreclosures, home sales, housing prices, subprime lending, video

Category: U.S. Economy 


Mario Draghi Speaks -- and EURUSD Falls? Not So Fast
"It's market psychology that matters, not the news."

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
4/16/2014 1:00:00 PM

Here are tweets that Jim Martens, editor of our Currency Pro Service, posted on his EWI Forex Insider on Monday (April 14)...

Filed Under: , deflation, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave trading, euro, euro/USD exchange rate, european central bank, eurozone, Fibonacci, forex, forex trading, inflation, stimulus package, technical analysis

Category: Currencies 


(Video) Gold: Do the Fundamentals Say "Buy"?
Gold's price reflects waves of optimism and pessimism

By Bob Stokes
4/15/2014 4:30:00 PM

Gold's price reflects waves of optimism and pessimism. Even so, many investors look to fundamentals to anticipate gold trends. Learn why there's a better way.

Filed Under: , economic indicators, Elliott wave, fundamental analysis, Gold, supply and demand, video

Category: Gold and Silver 


What I Learned During 4 Days at the Beach
A personal story from an actual student: Dick Diamond's 4-day trading course

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
4/15/2014 3:45:00 PM

In 1968, Dick Diamond made $900,000 -- as a day-trader. I don't even want to calculate how much that is in today’s money. But the following year the bull market ended – and Dick lost 70% of his capital. That’s when he realized that for a real trader...

Filed Under: , Bear market, bull market, Dick Diamond, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave Education, Elliott Wave trading, forex trading, futures trading, online trading, technical analysis, technical indicators, trade targets, Traders

Category: Trading Lessons 


(Video) What the Junk Bond Market is Saying (Anyone Listening?)
If junk debt SHOULD pay far higher yields, why doesn't it?

By Robert Folsom
4/15/2014 1:15:00 PM

Let's talk about lending money. Not to your freeloading brother-in-law, but investment lending -- as in, the fixed income market, or bonds. When you invest in bonds you are indeed the lender. The borrower pays you...

Filed Under: , credit rating, Interest Rates, junk bonds, U.S. Treasuries, video

Category: Interest Rates 


(Video) Why Europe’s Consumer Recovery Story is Just an Illusion
And “the man behind the curtain” is the European Central Bank

By Nico Isaac
4/14/2014 4:00:00 PM

Human mind is made of pliable stuff, willing to bend -- and believe the impossible. How many people believe, for instance, that monetary policy can reverse the course of economic decline -- even though no such power is actually proven to exist?

Filed Under: , bailouts, eu, euro, european central bank, European debt crisis, european markets, European Union (EU), eurozone, Interest Rates, video

Category: European Markets 


Seeing Natural Gas's Spike from an Elliott Wave Perspective
Look beyond supply data to find the impetus for the market's surge this week

By Editorial Staff
4/11/2014 9:45:00 AM

On Thursday, April 10, energy watchers got an eyeful when natural gas futures rallied 4% (at one point) to end the day near a one-month high. According to mainstream experts, the impetus for the surge was a bullish U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) weekly storage report. There’s just one problem: The new data didn’t spark a rally. A rather mature Elliott wave pattern did.

Filed Under: , charts, crude oil, Elliott wave

Category: Energy 


Use This ONE Elliott Wave Rule to Find Strong FX Opportunities

By Editorial Staff
4/10/2014 10:30:00 PM

Elliott waver forex traders know that in a 5-wave impulsive rally, the 4th wave cannot overlap the top of the 1st wave. If you do see an overlap, the rally may be over. That’s a simple rule that can tell you A LOT about the trend. Take a look at this AUDUSD chart, for example...

Filed Under: , currency, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave trading, forex, forex trading, risk management

Category: Currencies 


(Video) Why the Highest Wall Street Bonuses Since 2008 Should Worry Investors
In the next bear market, big Wall Street bonuses will stir outrage

By Bob Stokes
4/10/2014 3:45:00 PM

In 2013, Wall Street handed out its biggest bonuses since 2008. Optimism has never been higher. EWI offers an independent perspective on what's ahead for financial markets.

Filed Under: , Elliott wave, U.S. STOCK MARKET, video, Video - FRUP

Category: Stocks 


(Video) The Fed Hasn't Stopped a Credit Bubble, It Helped Start One
And why the real beneficiary of easy lending is not a rising stock market

By Nico Isaac
4/9/2014 5:15:00 PM

In order to know exactly what the US Federal Reserve is capable of, first you have to know what it's not capable of. Controlling the performance of the world's leading stock markets -- what side does that fall into, can or can't? 

Filed Under: , central banks, credit crisis, debt, debt crisis, Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), Elliott wave, financial forecast, great depression, Interest Rates, junk bonds, monetary policy, stock indexes, U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed), Video - FRUP

Category: Stocks 


(Video) Main Street Still Not "Made Whole." What's Next for the Economy?
Will even more people be left out of the labor force?

By Bob Stokes
4/9/2014 3:00:00 PM

Most Americans would say that they have yet to be made whole from the 2007-2009 financial crisis, according to Treasury Secretary Jack Lew. If the economy remains troubled after all the government stimulus, what does that suggest about the months ahead?

Filed Under: , economic indicators, Elliott wave, unemployment, video

Category: U.S. Economy 


(Video) "History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme."
Almost no one remembers, or wants to remember, how powerless the Fed was just 6 years ago

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
4/9/2014 2:30:00 PM

Fed minutes rarely offer any surprises, because the Fed makes a statement immediately after the meetings. So how are Fed minutes "news," and why do investors breathlessly await each release? The short answer is, because...

 

Filed Under: , central banks, credit crisis, Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), Elliott wave, Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), Interest Rates, investment strategy, U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed), U.S. STOCK MARKET, video

Category: Stocks 


S&P 500: One More New High? Last Week, That Seemed VERY Likely – Here’s Why

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
4/8/2014 4:00:00 PM

Last Thursday (April 3), the S&P hit a new all-time high – one of several. The index was already soaring somewhere between where the eagles fly and the stratosphere, so the idea that the April 3 high would be the high wasn’t that far-fetched. However, from an Elliott wave perspective, the ascent was probably NOT over. Why?

Filed Under: , Bear market, bull market, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave trading, futures trading, S&P 500, stock indexes

Category: Stocks 


(Video) The Stock Market: Following the Footsteps of Housing and Gold?
Financial markets often turn when sentiment reaches an extreme

By Bob Stokes
4/8/2014 3:00:00 PM

In the past decade, optimistic extremes in the housing and gold markets coincided with the start of major downturns. Now it's time to take a look at the stock market.

Filed Under: , Elliott wave, sentiment, U.S. STOCK MARKET, video

Category: Stocks 


(Video) How It Looks Before "the Rich Get Ravaged"
Here's what it looks like if you quantify "The rich get richer"

By Robert Folsom
4/8/2014 12:45:00 PM

The top 10% of U.S. households now have MORE than a 50% share of income. That's right. For the first time in nearly a century, the top 10% are above the fifty-percent-plus threshold...

Filed Under: , Elliott wave, video

Category: Stocks 


This Chart Will Convince You That Elliott Waves Are Real
Here is one way to stay ahead of the yield curve

By Editorial Staff
4/7/2014 5:30:00 PM

How much businesses and consumers pay to borrow money affects the economy. But how do you know where bond yields (and, by extension, central bank interest rates and mortgage rates) are going?

Filed Under: , central banks, deflation, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave trading, eu, european central bank, european markets, European Union (EU), eurozone, Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), Fibonacci, financial forecast, futures trading, Interest Rates, technical analysis, Treasury bonds, treasury yields, U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed)

Category: Interest Rates 


EURUSD: Don’t Be a “Reactive” Trader
First you wait for the news. Then you try to interpret what it means for the market. And only THEN -- you act?

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
4/7/2014 3:30:00 PM

Please take a look at these fresh headlines -- copied from several major news sources. What would you say is common to all of them? Exactly...

Filed Under: , Elliott wave, Elliott Wave trading, euro, euro/USD exchange rate, european central bank, Fibonacci, forex, forex trading, fundamental analysis, Interest Rates, online trading, technical analysis, trade targets

Category: Currencies 


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