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Technical market analysis doesn't have to be complicated, the long-time editor of our Trader's Classroom tells his subscribers. Watch Jeffrey Kennedy show you a simple bar chart pattern you can start using today to spot trend reversals. (Markets: GOLD; SIRI, ROKU.)
You probably know that Elliott wave analysis has three strict rules, plus a handful of guidelines. When you apply them to price charts, you can set realistic price targets -- short- or long-term. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you how.
Want to see how a real options trader uses Elliott waves to spot new opportunities?
We pulled this recording from a recent live trading webinar hosted by our friend and fellow Elliott waver, Todd Gordon.
Less than six months ago, Canopy Growth Corp. stock was soaring high; hitting an all-time high above $52 in April.
It has since dropped below $20/share. What happened? And, more importantly, what's next?
All market forecasting is… well, forecasting. Meaning, there are no guarantees. Elliott wave analysis is not fool-proof, either. Still, see if this tip from our Head of Global Research helps you add confidence to your wave counts.
The widespread notion persists that central banks hold a large sway over financial markets. No less than the chief economist of a major global bank just expressed that view. EWI's analysts argue otherwise. Here's why it's unwise to view the Fed or other financial authorities as a "safety net" for stock investors...
Traders have many tools to spot short-term trend reversals. But if you're an investor, how do you know which way the tide is flowing? Watch our European Financial Forecast editor explain the key difference between market tops and bottoms every investor should know about.
From Oct. 1st thru Oct. 11th, our U.S. Intraday Stocks Pro Service twice saw a 5-up, 3-down Elliott Wave pattern. Now you can see them too, and what we said at the time.
You know about the conflict in Hong Kong. But what about the potential for China to become embroiled in violent conflict beyond its borders? See two charts that reveal just how high the odds may be.
Financial history teaches many lessons. Let's look at a notable "divergence" which occurred before the historic 2007 stock market top. Learn why this divergence served as an early-warning sign for stocks so you can apply the lesson currently and in the future.
"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." This old adage equally applies to the stock market. Watch as this video compares the recent performances of several key U.S. stock indexes -- and explains the implications.
There are some basic rules to follow when you put Elliott wave labels on a price chart. Watch this quick clip for a few simple dos and don’ts. (Market in focus: Starbucks, SBUX).
The DJIA started a 36% decline near the time a major magazine published a story about man's ambition to go to the moon. Just recently, the same magazine featured an almost identical cover. Here's what EWI's analysts have to say about it ...
Stocks and bonds go together like milk and cookies: When stocks rally, bonds fall -- and vice versa. At least, that's what you often hear in the news. The reality is a bit more complex. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor show you important details about the stocks-bonds correlation -- and also, how to forecast the stock market by looking at bonds.
Sometimes, you can learn about the market's trend from unexpected places. In this video, our Asian-Pacific Opportunity Expert shows you what the price action in South Korea's KOSPI 200 tells you about global investor mood -- and its implications.
Lyft, Uber, Peloton, WeWork, Endeavor -- the list of "unicorn" startups suffering the dreaded IPO-curse continues, prompting one October 1 Yahoo Finance to confirm: "The tides are turning for the IPO market." However, as early as last November Elliott waves already warned that investors were in for a "harsh" buzz kill. The full story can't be missed.
EWI continues to shout from the rooftop that news and events do not determine the stock market's trend. Yet, many investors continue to believe so. Here's what the price pattern of the stock market would look like if investors actually reacted to the day's news rationally...