Metals trading goes back thousands of years. It has always been – and always will be – an important and exciting market.
These days, long-term investors and short-term traders alike keep a close eye on metals, especially precious ones like gold and silver. Many think metal prices are an economic barometer, and in my service, I occasionally discuss these topics. But I am most focused on what Elliott wave patterns in metals are telling me – and you – now about the trend.
I'm Mike Drakulich, editor of EWI's Metals Specialty Service and the firm's senior metals analyst.
I started out in this business in 1981 as a stockbroker for E.F. Hutton.
In 1988, I launched my own Wave Signals newsletter, where I gave in-depth daily and intraday analysis of Elliott wave patterns, technical analysis and sentiment indicators. That's when Financial News Network (now CNBC) interviewed me weekly, and my commentary was regularly featured on Carl Swenlins' Decision Point website.
In my Metals Specialty Service here at EWI, I try to be direct and precise with my forecasts, because I know what it's like to put your own money on the line. Metals have been a very exciting market lately, and I don't see that changing any time soon.
I aim to make my Metals Specialty Service an indispensable part of your coverage lineup.
You'll learn more about the details of my service below.