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Candlesticks + Elliott Waves: A Powerful Combo

by Editorial Staff
Updated: May 10, 2022

Gambling vs. trading: HUGE difference

A gambler operates on luck. A trader looks at evidence.

Sure, even a careful trade has elements of luck. But there's a reason why about 10% of traders win consistently: They build an evidence-based "case," bullish or bearish.

Three times a week, our Trader's Classroom's short video lessons teach you how to build a "case" of your own. Recent market examples included DJIA, S&P 500, NASDAQ, Russell 2000, GFI, AMZN, DIS, AAPL and more.

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See the Chart That Predicted the College Enrollment Meltdown Years Before Covid

You may have heard that university enrollment plummeted during the Covid pandemic. What you may not have heard is that enrollment had been declining on a per capita basis for nearly a decade before the pandemic began. See a classic chart from 2011 that used the Wave Principle to foresee the enrollment bust in real time.

Why the Timing of the Next Economic Slump May Surprise – Big Time

Most professional observers of the economy were caught off guard at the onset of the two biggest economic setbacks of the past 100 years. Will professionals (and the public) be surprised again? Look at this diagram of the single most important "economic indicator."


Bitcoin: "A bottom is not an event. It's a process."

Market top or market bottom, most traders don't recognize it until after the fact. But watch one of our Crypto Trader's Classroom instructors show you how to use Elliott wave analysis and Fibonacci ratios to anticipate the likely bottom in Bitcoin (and other cryptocurrencies).