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Emerging Markets vs. Commodities: Moving Together, Again

Commodities and emerging markets usually move together... except of most of 2021. Now, they are moving together again: down. Watch our monthly Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast editor explain the significance -- and give you a hint at what's next.

New, December European Financial Forecast: Sneak Preview

Normally, stocks peak first, and consumer sentiment follows -- but in Germany, the two have reversed -- why? Also, what does the anxiety in the forex market say about the wave structure of the broader market? Watch our European Financial Forecast editor Brian Whitmer touch on all of that in this short video.

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Trading "success is not made by picking tops and bottoms"

Every trader wants to buy low and sell high -- or, sell high and buy low. It's a seductive idea, and also one that has ruined more than one trading account. Watch our Intraday Commodity Service editor show you how to use Elliott wave for a different, and far more sustainable, trading approach. (Focus: wheat futures.)

Is Shiba Inu the New Dogecoin? Elliott Wave Analysis Offers Answers

Once you've created a meme-based digital currency, it seems easy to give it a "look alike" meme logo. Case-in-point, the logos of Shiba Inu and Dogecoin. Of course, creating a logos is easy... yet there's no "creating" a price trend. See what our Elliott Wave analysis has to say about what's next for Shiba Inu.

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Australia's 10-Year Bond: How to Spot the Trend

We often get asked if Elliott waves work in markets other than the U.S. stock indexes. The answer is a resounding yes. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor walk you through the wave pattern in 10-year Aussie bonds.

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See 3 Ways to Measure FTSE-100 And What It Shows

"Stunning." That's how our European Financial Forecast editor describes the picture that emerges when we price British stocks in nominal terms, Producer Price Index, and gold. Watch now to understand the implications.