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How to Anticipate Big Market Moves

by Editorial Staff
Updated: September 27, 2022

"Yes, even in 'exotic' markets."

We often get asked if Elliott waves work in markets other than the major ones.

The answer is a resounding yes. The waves track investor psychology, so anywhere you have a group of investors buying and selling, you'll see waves shaping the trends.

If bonds are your forte, let our Interest Rates Pro Service help you make heads or tails of these "complicated" markets.

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With Elliott, context can be key. Your Interest Rates Pro Service subscription gives you bigger-picture analysis to help you ride – or at least consider -- major trends – trends that can last years. This essential perspective puts near-term moves into context. Together, you get a comprehensive Elliott wave picture for the bonds markets at every tradable degree of trend. Then, each week market veteran Murray Gunn posts his Interest Rates Insights column calling your attention to an over-looked but powerful wave-generated undercurrent moving the money markets. These columns all roll up to unparalleled, essential perspective for any serious bond trader.

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We're on your side and working for you. If you have a question about the Wave Principle or our analysis, just send us an email. We'll update the next post or video so you and your fellow subscribers get the clarity you need.

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