Europe: “Concentrated markets are dangerous markets”

Well, that was easy.

You now understand why “concentrated markets are dangerous markets.”

But there’s more to the story.

You should also see the Elliott wave patterns in European market charts. That’s a direct reflection of investor psychology. And it’s the psychology that’s in charge of trends, not European central bankers. You can start reading our short- and long-term European forecast right now — and be ready for what’s next.