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Independent Scotland = Market Crash?

Scotland's independence is again a hot topic in Britain, with many observers saying that a break-up of the union would be bad for the country's financial markets. For a different look at causality -- i.e., chicken vs. the egg -- watch our Head of Global Strategy show you the current Elliott wave setup in EURGBP and FTSE.

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Emerging Markets vs. Copper: A Noteworthy Correlation

Lately, copper price and emerging markets have moved together. Of course, just a correlation is not enough to know where both markets should next, so watch our Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast editor show you how Elliott waves helped with the task.

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Chart a market, any market...

You can chart the price of any market. But will it show an actionable Elliott wave pattern? If it's a liquid enough market, yes. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor walk you through an example using UK 10-Year Bond yields.

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Ethereum North of $2700: Who Could’ve Known? Watch…

Bitcoin isn't the only cryptocurrency that's been orbiting the moon lately. Since March, the price of bitcoin's second-closest competitor Ethereum, has doubled. Was there a way to foresee the rally? Yes -- watch our Crypto Pro Service forecast from March 1 explaining the bullish setup.

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Europe’s STOXX 600: “At a Pivotal Point”

The only question is, which way is it likely to pivot -- up or down? On that, our European Short Term Update editor Murray Gunn has a clear answer. Watch.

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Inflation: Is It FINALLY Here?

The Fed's infamous quantitative easing didn't lead to inflation, let alone hyperinflation. What about now, after the COVID-19 pandemic relief efforts have cost U.S. taxpayers an estimated $6,000,000,000,000? (Is that enough zeros for "trillion"?) Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor show you what the bond market suggests next.