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Bitcoin: Up 22%. Here's How It Got Here. (Don't Say "Iran.")

This month's strong rally in Bitcoin was attributed to the familiar (by now) "cause": The U.S. attack against an Iranian target. Here's what's wrong with this explanation -- see our Cryptocurrency Pro Service explain in this video.

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Oil Prices Jump Nearly 5%: Will It Last?

On Jan. 2, pundits cited the Iran news for crude’s rally. But if it were solely the news, why would our Energy Pro Service have already been bullish? Watch EWI Chief Energy Analyst Steve Craig compare today's situation with the 2019 Saudi oil facility drone attack -- and then, put it all into an Elliott wave perspective.

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Foreign Buyers Piling Into U.S. Stocks: Bullish or Bearish?

As early as 1996, we at EWI noticed that "heavy foreign buying" of U.S. stocks tends to correspond to certain critical junctures in the markets. Right now is one of those moments. Watch our Elliott Wave Financial Forecast co-editor explain what this likely means.

Natural Gas Does This 72% of the Time

Every market has its tendencies. Seasonal tendencies are what you hear about most commonly. Natural gas -- a.k.a., the "most volatile commodity" -- is no exception. Watch our Energy Pro Service editor put natural gas' tendencies in an Elliott wave perspective.

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European Markets: "Exactly what we would expect…"

The year is wrapping up, so let's take a fly-over view of Europe. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you some eye-opening statistics -- and puts it in the all-important Elliott wave perspective.

What Does Government "Stimulus" Tell You? The Past and Present in Japan Has the Answer

Governments use "fiscal stimulus" to kick start a weak economy … right? That's what textbooks say, but, real-world experience is otherwise. In truth, government "stimulus" is a lagging response to a bear market that has already turned around. See EWI's Mark Galasiewski explain the past and present in Japan as a case-in-point, with the opportunity it suggests.