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When forex markets trend, prices often move along a trendline. What's more, often another trendline forms -- and together, the two trendlines form a so-called trend channel. Watch our Currency Pro Service explain how put this trend-following technique to good use.
Stocks in South Korea and Taiwan have been outperforming their regional counterparts. See our Asian-Pacific Short Term Update editor give you a glimpse of what's next for both, with an eye on the U.S. dollar.
Financial journalists say that stimulus uncertainty and coronavirus developments have caused stock market movements. Let’s see if this makes sense. Plus, get insights into how the market really works.
On November 5, we start a new session of our popular online course, "Trade Small, Win Often." On October 19, we connected via Skype with one of Dick Diamond's original student who took the course from the master himself back in 1991... Watch.
Research from the Socionomics Institute compares stock market performance between Democrat and Republican presidents.
External "supply shocks" do not control price trends. Investor psychology -- which unfold as Elliott wave patterns -- does. See a multi-year example in the soybean market.
A "white-hot heat of speculation" has taken hold in some quarters of Wall Street. Get insights into "blank-check offerings" and take a look at a new index that went live on July 31, 2020.
Bitcoin wasn't supposed to rally in October, or so said media reports. Yet the real cause of bitcoin's price action is NOT the news. It's the psychology of investors, which reflects clear Elliott wave patterns directly on price charts. See it for yourself.
Tom Denham, long-time editor of our Metals Pro Service and veteran market analyst, decided to join our November 2020 class, “Trade Small, Win Often: The Dick Diamond Method of Trading for a Living.” (We start November 5.) Watch why Tom decided to join and what he expects from this intensive course in this 3-part interview.
It seems to make sense that rising corporate earnings would equate to rising stock prices, and vice versa. Yet, the stock market is not governed by logic. With earnings season just kicking off, it's a good time to examine the widespread belief that earnings drive stock prices.
Strongly trending markets make things easy. But forex markets mostly meander around, seemingly without direction. Watch our Currency Pro Service editor show how Elliott waves can give you clarity using price action in USDJPY since March.
Australia's stock market past is relevant to the present: Across six decades, major declines proved to be a good record of long-term opportunity, as lows anticipated years-long rallies. See this in Chart of the Day.
Mainstream experts lined up against Navistar in March, saying Covid would keep prices in the ditch. Yet, the stock was about to reverse to the upside in a rally to multi-year highs. Our April 15 Trader's Classroom prepared investors for that scenario.
Some sectors of the global financial system appear to be on shaky ground. Central bank assistance has fallen short and investors need to prepare for what may be ahead.
If you look at the polls and the headlines, you’d think Joe Biden is a strong favorite in the 2020 race. 200+ years of stock market history beg to differ. See why the real strong favorite in the race may not be who you think.
Reliance Industries, India's largest company, has fulfilled our bullish 2015 forecast. See where the stock is now -- plus, get new insights into today's important junctures in the Indian Rupee and SENSEX. Our Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast editor explains.