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What REALLY Moves Bitcoin?

Some say, Bitcoin and the S&P 500 are joined at the hip. Some say, Bitcoin and U.S. dollar are inversely correlated. Some say… well, watch what the editor of our Crypto Pro Service thinks about all that first.

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Corporate Bonds: Market Leads, Fed Follows

Back in March, in the thick of the sell-off, the Fed pledged to buy corporate bonds, as a "last-resort" measure. Investment-grade debt rallied. But Elliott waves were one step ahead. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor explain using LQD, a corporate bond ETF.

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This Price Pattern in German Bonds Is Worth Noting

You've heard that, "When stocks go up, bonds go down -- and vice versa." That's debatable, but see how a simple Elliott wave pattern already shows you what's likely next for Germany's government debt. Our Interest Rates Pro Service analyst explains.

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Asia-Pacific: Just a "Pause" -- or Is the Rally Over?

Stocks across the Asia-Pacific rallied strongly over the summer. (Although not all markets participated...) Fall is often a period when stocks wobble -- so, is that what's behind the recent weakness? Our Asian-Pacific Short Term Update editor explains.

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The Fed's Problem? It Forgets This Old Adage

"You can bring the horse to water, but you can't make him drink." The Federal Reserve says that it will "allow" some inflation, but the fact is, the Fed doesn't control inflation. Watch our Global Markets Strategist explain why using several eye-opening charts.

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Gold: "A STUNNING example of herding behavior"

Lots of websites will tell you what's next for gold -- but in our experience, the best market guide is investor psychology. Watch our Head of Global Research explain what today's projections for "gold $20,000" have in common with historical projections for the DJIA.