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Sterling: What's Next for It, vs. USD and JPY?

Right now, many analysts are focused on what's next for the British pound, and most discussions you hear revolve around Brexit and British politics. For a different perspective, watch our Currency Pro Service co-editor show you the Elliott wave picture for GBP/USD and GBP/JPY.

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How Wave Personalities Help You Forecast the Depth of Corrections

When you watch Elliott waves unfold in your price charts, you are watching human psychology in action. It's not surprising, then, that each Elliott wave has its own "personality." And it pays to know them -- here's how.

How to Apply Charles Dow's "Confirmation" Theory to Bonds

In a nutshell, Charles Dow's famous theory says that the Dow Jones Transportation Average and the Dow Jones Industrial Average must go up or down together -- to "confirm" a bull or bear market. But can you apply this theory to markets like bonds? Yes. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor explain how.

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"Credit Impulse": We're Watching It, And So Should You

Credit is the lifeblood of modern economy. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor takes a close look at today's "credit impulse" readings and explains the implications.

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"Follow the Leader?" No, Follow the Leaders' Leader -- Here's How.

There is a stock whose performance is a bellwether not just for its sector, or even its native country's economy -- but the global economy. No, it's not Google or Alibaba. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor explains.

Stocks: Why Bullish Sentiment Alone Is Not Everything

The CNN Fear & Greed index is a popular tool among traders. It shows you whether most market participants are bullish or bearish, which you can use as a contrarian indicator. But watch as our U.S. Stocks Intraday Pro Service editor shows you why extreme sentiment alone is not a very precise tool.