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There is a curious 8-year cycle in the euro's strength and weakness. And now that it's near parity with the U.S. dollar, it's worth talking about a curious pattern in the dollar's bouts of strength, too. Watch your Market Trek host Brian Whitmer show you a couple of eye-opening charts with big implications for global stability. (Brian's destination today is Madrid, Spain.)
Supersonic flight is making a comeback. And the timing couldn't be better. Our Head of Global Research explains why.
In January 2021, the euro was on fire, soaring to its highest level against the U.S. dollar in three years. Mainstream forex experts saw a fixed image of a giant euro bull as the demand for the "safe-haven" buck dipped amidst a widely expected post-pandemic recovery. But that image looked a whole lot different through the telescope of Elliott waves.
"The aggregate value of housing is far greater than that of the stock market," hence, a big decline in housing prices could have major repercussions for the economy in the U.S. and other parts of the globe. Here are some insights.
"Should I stay or should I go?" is the one question every trader faces routinely. The answer comes down to how much risk one is willing to accept. But is there a way to have a more definitive answer? Yes -- watch our Currency Pro Service editor walk you through a chart of NZD/JPY to show how Elliott waves help you define and manage risk.
In early March, gold seemed primed to shine with a barge of bullish factors floating in its "fundamental" harbor: Looming recession, inflation, and the Ukraine war. But instead, that bullish barge sank right alongside a triple-digit decline in price. It's time to pull back the "fundamental" veil and see who's really in control.
Binance Coin was supposed to go down after "bad news" – now see for yourself the contrarian Elliott Wave forecast that got it right.
An executive of a software company remains bullish on Bitcoin despite the firm's big investment losses. Now is the time to learn what the Elliott wave model is suggesting is next for cryptocurrencies.
At a recent press conference, the ECB President Lagarde said, "...we are not offering forward guidance of any kind." That's a huge change in central banks' modus operandi, and it has a lot to do with the strength of the U.S. dollar, says our Head of Global Research, Murray Gunn -- watch.
You have a choice of hundreds of technical market indicators. While choosing the right one (or ones) may seem impossible, there IS a way to do it -- without overdoing it. Watch our Trader's Classroom instructor Jeffrey Kennedy walk you through charts of TWTR, LMT and CABO to show how he combines Elliott waves with RSI/Stochastic and Japanese Candlesticks for a nicely rounded market view.
Financial history shows that many investors hold onto stocks during an entire bear market. How does this relate to 2022? Here are some insights.
What if investors refuse to buy certain bonds? The ECB has the answer! But what if the ECB's bond schemes are doing more harm than good, as seems to be the case with Germany? Watch our European Financial Forecast editor touch on these topics and investor pessimism as he gives you a preview of the new, August issue.
Since the start of 2022, the U.S. dollar/Japanese yen exchange rate has been the best-performing major currency pair, tapping a 24-year high on July 14. Then, "fundamental" signs said this bullish opportunity was safe to consume. Tell that to the now nauseous USDJPY bulls wondering how long this dizzy downtrend will last.
Economists affectionately call copper, the industrial metal, Dr. Copper -- because its price trends tend to set the trend in the overall economy. Watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor walk you through copper's chart for this year and raise an important question.
In March, mainstream analysts supposedly built a solid base for an ever-expanding lumber price bubble. But then, the base fell out and lumber prices were axed 65% to an annual low on August 3. Turns out, the market's "fundamental" foundation had a few screws loose.
R.N. Elliott's stock market observations fell together "into a general set of principles"
"Do you think your state would be better off or worse off if it left the United States and became an independent country?" Here's the socionomic perspective...
Celebrity endorsements and bullish optimism led investors to believe the “Meatless Meat Boom is Just Getting Started.” Now see the forecast that anticipated the 85% decline in BYND.