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"Brutal Bond Bear Market": Will Corporate Bonds Ride It Out?

by Editorial Staff
Updated: April 05, 2022

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European Stocks: 15 Indicators Are Suggesting a Low

Six months of relentless sell-off (on top of war... on top of rising interest rates...) will make a skeptic out of any investor. Yet, every bear market has its rallies. Watch our European Financial Forecast editor give you a preview of the new, July issue -- and explain what he's watching for the signs of a bottom.

Asian-Pacific Stocks: Don't Fall for the Siren Song of Bearish Headlines

When you read the financial headlines these days, it looks like the end of the world. That's the kind of moment when the value of Elliott wave analysis becomes especially clear. Watch our Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast editor give you a preview of the new, July issue as he hints that today's bearish headlines might just be a siren song.

Crude Oil: From -$40 to +$130

It's hard to believe -- and easy to forget -- that at the onset of the pandemic in April 2020, crude oil prices briefly went negative. Meaning, oil producers would have paid YOU up to $40 a barrel just to take it off their hands. My oh my, how things have changed. Since March, oil prices have risen even more -- but it's been very choppy. See this extraordinary chart that shows how Elliott waves handled the recent volatility.