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In this interview, Chief Commodity Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy shares with you his 4-step method for finding high-confidence trade setups.
On May 18, NYSE trades were disrupted due to a technical issue. During the next market downturn, many investors will blame collapsing prices on such glitches. But the cause will actually be increased investor pessimism. Even so, structural risks exist. High emotions will exacerbate those risks.
A moving average (MA) is one of the simplest technical tools an analyst or trader can use. In this 6-minute video lesson, Jeffrey Kennedy explores the different types of moving averages and how you can apply them on your charts.
In this interview, Jeffrey Kennedy, editor of Trader's Classroom, talks about his three passions: teaching, trading and technical analysis.
Learn about 3 practical benefits of trading with the Elliott Wave Principle.
Enhance your trading confidence with this short lesson on how to combine Moving Average Convergence Divergence with other technical tools.
Learning how to apply Elliott wave analysis in your own investing or trading? Hear these tips from a Wall Street veteran who's been personally using Elliott waves since the 1980s.
In this 3-minute video, our Senior Currency Strategist Jim Martens shows you several Elliott wave patterns that offer high-confidence trading opportunities.
Jeffrey Kennedy explains why the Wave Principle is such a reliable and powerful way to forecast the financial markets.
You don't need years of experience to find a high-confidence trade setup. Here's how to apply a few popular Japanese candlestick patterns and a simple moving average to accomplish that task. Watch...
How do you distinguish between a "good" Elliott wave count and a "bad" wave count? Watch this new video lesson on how to develop good wave counting skills from our Trader's Classroom.
Watch an 11-minute lesson from Jeffrey Kennedy's Trader's Classroom to learn how you can use the stochastic oscillator in your analysis and trading.
Too often, people take a ready-fire-aim approach to trading. That's, obviously, backwards. Today, Jeffrey Kennedy shows you how to take aim but wait before you pull the trigger. Watch.
Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy shows you how to identify and trade an ending diagonal in the chart of Union Pacific (UNP)
Edwards and Magee popularized "Head & Shoulders" price patterns in their Technical Analysis of Stock Trends. Watch our Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy explain how to properly use this powerful reversal pattern.
We often get asked "What time frame is best for using Elliott wave analysis?" In this 2-minute clip, Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy answers that very questions.
Jeffrey Kennedy discusses one of our most popular events, Trader Education Week. Details about the free event inside.
How do you know the right time to exit when price action goes your way? While no forecasting method guarantees that you buy at the absolute low and sell at the absolute high, Elliott wave analysis -- and, specifically, Fibonacci relationships between waves -- can help you identify high-probability price targets.
Learn how the rules and guidelines of the Wave Principle help traders identify exactly when they're wrong and about the strengths of technical tools that Jeffrey Kennedy, our Senior Tutorial Instructor, uses himself.
This video lesson gives you tips on how to use a simple and effective trend-change indicator: the Relative Strength Index (RSI). You'll also see an example of this technical analysis tool in action: Halliburton Company (NYSE:HAL).
Years ago, analyst Jeffrey Kennedy started an educational column for subscribers of his Commodity Junctures service. His lessons became so popular that we expanded this idea into a service we call Trader's Classroom. Join us for a free lesson.
You've probably heard of "quants," or quantitative analysts. You may also know that we've been developing our own AI system we call EWAVES. In this interview, learn what makes EWAVES different.
Jeffrey Kennedy, the editor of our popular Trader's Classroom educational service, weighs in on how you know when it's time to enter a trade.
The best thing about Elliott wave patterns? Easy: They repeat -- on all timeframes, across markets. Once you know what to look for, you see familiar patterns in most charts. And that means countless new opportunities.