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2021: Likely "Most Significant Year EVER" for Financial Markets

It's fast becoming a hazy memory, but back in June 2007, a couple of Bear Stearns hedge funds collapsed. You probably remember what happened next... Watch our European Financial Forecast editor explain why this year's market juncture might prove just as pivotal.

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USD/ZAR: New 'Opportunity of Interest'

Last April, more than one market was flashing an Elliott wave opportunity. Dollar/Rand is not a forex market you hear about often, yet... it's often where people aren't looking that deserves your attention. Watch our Currency Pro Service analyst explain last year's opportunity -- plus, another one in the making.

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Russian Stocks (RTS): "A Very Interesting Setup"

Triangles are one of the most reliable Elliott wave patterns of market psychology. You only see them in very specific parts of the trend. Watch our European Short Term Update editor explain triangle's implication for the next move in Russia's RTS stock index.

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Ripple (XRP): How to Trade Elliott Wave Triangles

You've seen them: First, the price swings wide, then less so, then the swings get smaller and smaller... until -- boom! -- prices spike. Triangles are high-confidence Elliott wave patterns, and you see them across different markets. Watch our Crypto Pro Service analyst Michael Madden explain how to trade one by looking at the recent action in cryptocurrency Ripple, XRP.

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How to Spot Opportunities in US-Listed Foreign Stocks

"Powerful moves directly ahead" -- see what helped our January Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast spot two uber-bullish setups in US-listed Chinese stocks which proceeded to triple in just 6 weeks. (FUTU and TIGR in focus.)

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Fibonacci Ratio in 10 Year Australian Bonds? Yes.

Readers often ask us if Elliott waves work in less-talked-about markets. The short answer is, yes. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor walk you through a picture-perfect wave structure that recently unfolded in 10-year Australian bonds.