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The 5-wave Elliott pattern is basic to knowing when financial market moves are complete, and the same goes for many economic trends. See for yourself the decade-long trends that are turning now.
In volatile markets, you often see price gaps -- those blank spaces on a chart where prices jumped so fast, they left a gap behind. Did you know there are 4 types of price gaps -- and you can use each type to your advantage? Watch our Trader's Classroom editor explain how in this short clip.
The bull market is over for the stock market, but it may be just beginning for this financial asset labeled “trash” by the mainstream as recently as January. Here’s a chart which shows you the big jump in value.
As 2020 began, the convertible bonds called CoCos were one of the best-performing fixed-income assets. Yet we warned subscribers that this asset was about to "collapse." Now see the jaw-dropping chart that shows what followed.
You can distill all Elliott wave trade setups down to just 4 high-confidence chart patterns. Among those 4, our Trader's Classroom editor Jeffrey Kennedy has an absolute favorite: the 4th wave pullback. Watch Jeffrey explain why he likes this setup so much -- in bull AND in bear markets.
How can 1400 individual stocks, governed by a myriad of individual factors, fit into the same technical market pattern? There is only one logical answer. Watch our Asian-Pacific expert explain -- and show you how the COVID-19 pandemic fits into the same pattern.
What did Disney’s dominance and horror’s resurgence tell us about the stock market? A lot, actually. Discover how we used developments in movies, pop music, business and politics to foresee a major positive mood extreme, and get a preview for where social trends are headed next.
The British Pound recently hit a 35-year low against the US Dollar, yet in a matter of days rose in a 9-plus percent rally thru March 27. There's only one way that forex traders enjoy moves like these -- and that's with a "saw-that-coming" forecast.
In January, an epic financial complacency reigned around much of the globe. Indeed, some previously poor-performing stock markets had turned in stellar 2019 gains. These two charts reveal what happened in one of those markets.
On March 30, The South China Morning Post published an insightful article for investors. Our own Mark Galasiewski contributed to it by answering one of the questions posed. He leaned on the history of prior epidemic outbreaks to suggest that the pandemic is not as bearish of a signal as most investors believe. See Mark's full evidence for yourself in this excerpt.
Thomas Lasco is a retired professional pilot. He trades full-time. He took our "Trade Small, Win Often" course in February-May. See what he has to say about Dick Diamond's 80/20 method and the course.
Would you like to find out about an indicator that proved highly useful in anticipating the historic stock market tops of 2000, 2007 – and 2020? Here are the insights of EWI’s analysts – along with two revealing charts.
You know: "Strike the iron while the iron is hot." Lately, though, it’s been so "hot," it’s sometimes plain scary. But fear recedes when you have a plan. Watch our Trader's Classroom instructor share his practical ways of dealing with -- and capitalizing on -- this volatility.
The past seven weeks saw an epic rise in the price of 10-year Treasury Notes: Yet it was also an epic opportunity for traders and active investors. See exactly what Interest Rate Pro Services subscribers saw to stay ahead of the trend.
Brian Whitmer, our Global Markets Strategist, shows you what history says about big bear market rallies. He focuses on Europe, but you see the very same phenomenon in other regions -- including the US.
Swedish stocks are not a market you hear about often. Well, all the more reason to see how Elliott waves handled the recent crash -- and address a question about the objectivity of wave analysis that we sometimes hear. Watch our Head of Global Research explain.
In the weeks before shares of Tyson Foods plummeted by 50 percent, there was no "fundamental consensus" about what was next. Yet the Elliott Wave pattern for Tyson was "crystal clear." See the chart and forecast that anticipated the decline.