FTSE 100: “Climbing an Icy Slope”
Looking at the main British stock index going back to the 1980s, a "dramatic" Elliott wave price pattern becomes visible. The name of the pattern is ending diagonal. Learn more about it -- and the implications for the FTSE -- in this new video by our Head of Global Research, Murray Gunn.
China + Emerging Markets: More to It Than Meets the Eye
Emerging markets and commodities are generally joined at the hip. So, when the Invesco DB Commodity Index Fund (DBC) fell to a new low for 2023 recently, conventional forecasters saw it as a bearish sign for the region. Now get our take -- in this new video by our Global Market Perspective contributor, Mark Galasiewski.
Trend vs. Trend Correction: How to Spot the Difference
"The trend is your friend," they say, but how many times have you jumped into a move thinking it WAS the trend -- only to see the market turn around and retrace the entire move? Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor explain how he deals with this problem.
"Why the Triangle is my favorite Elliott wave pattern"
USD/CAD, USD/JPY in focus: See how a single high-confidence Elliott wave price pattern helps you define both risk and reward in this new video by our Currency Pro Service editor, Michael Madden.
Adjusted for inflation, consumer debt in the U.S. has been contracting for two years. That may sound like a good thing... but first, take a look at this chart in the new video by our Financial Forecast co-editor, Peter Kendall.
European Stocks: This 120-Year-Old Market Idea Is Highly Relevant Today
One of the six tenets of the Dow Theory -- and R.N. Elliott was a fan -- says that the stock market "averages must confirm each other." In other words, if the DAX rises but the FTSE falls, or vice versa, it's a red flag. Here's why this insight is relevant today, explains European Short Term Update editor Murray Gunn in his new video.
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