Challenge the mainstream beliefs on investing. News doesn't cause the market to move. Let us show you how wave patterns on a simple price chart can tell you more about the trend than you'll ever hear on the six o'clock news.

Why “Losses Are the Norm” in the Stock Market

Sir Isaac Newton said: "I can measure the motions of bodies, but I cannot measure human folly." Get the financial context of this famous mathematician's statement, plus learn how investors can lose money in the best performing mutual fund.

Here’s a Unique Way to Spot Worthy Investment or Trading Ideas

Spot new investment opportunities by using our proprietary software called EWAVES, Elliott Wave Analysis & Validation Expert System. The way it "operates is the epitome of unbiased wave analysis." Here are the details.


S&P 500, Euro Stoxx 600: “Surrendering to the Rally”

"History doesn't repeat, but it rhymes," goes a saying often contributed to Mark Twain. In our 40+ years in the business, we've seen a lot of these "rhymes" -- watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor show you what the recent price action in S&P 500 and Euro Stoxx 600 reminds him of.

Why a Financial “Panic” May Be Just Around the Corner

The next financial panic may be just ahead, according to an indicator which may be overlooked by many investors. Let's review the history of this indicator -- plus, see what it's showing now.


CAC-40: How Wave Guidelines Fine-Tune Your Forecast

Elliott wave analysis has three strict rules and a handful of guidelines -- and it's the guidelines that can often help you add more precision to your forecast. Watch our Head of Global Strategy show you how by looking at the French CAC-40 stock index.

Stocks: Is This the "Kiss of Death" for the Bull Market?

You can get clues about the stock market's next price move by studying financial history. When you combine these clues with the message of the Elliott wave model, conviction and clarity emerge. Look at this revealing chart.


France’s CAC 40: (Fibonacci) 21 Years to Nowhere

French stocks hit an all-time high of 6,945 back in 2000 -- and have gone sideways since. How does this "excruciating" period fit into the Elliott wave picture? Our European Financial Forecast editor explains.

Let’s Look at 2 Measures of the “Boom of Booms”

Elevated stock market prices is a major measure of the current financial mania. There are other gauges that investors should watch. Take a look at these two charts.

China, India: Richer or Poorer?

Watch our Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast editor, Mark Galasiewski, explain whether China and India are headed for "wealth creation" or "wealth destruction" in the years ahead.


Nikkei, KOSPI, Taiwan, Nifty: See What Wave Is Underway

At the time of recent choppiness across the Asian-Pacific markets, Elliott waves helped us see a correction underway -- and forecast a rally. Now that markets are indeed moving higher, let our Asian-Pacific Short Term Update editor update you on the wave pattern underway.

Will Oil Prices Skyrocket in the Aftermath of Hurricane Ida?

Will oil prices zoom higher in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida? Well, the disruption in oil production was far worse sixteen years earlier with Hurricane Katrina. Let's review what happened with oil prices then.

This Boom-Bust Cycle in Home Ownership Should Give Home Shoppers Pause

Prices of many consumer items tend to be stable most of the time. But when a consumer item becomes an investment item, watch out! See how this is related to the housing market...

Prepare Now for a Brutal Austerity – Here’s Why

Some people call it "belt tightening." Others say "cutting back." Both phrases sound foreign in this age of borrowing and spending. However, a strict austerity may be just around the corner.

Skilled Elliott Wave Practitioners Can Get Certified – Here’s How

If you use the Elliott wave model in your market analysis, consider the potentially career-enhancing Certified Elliott Wave Analyst program. Discover this definitive Elliott wave certification for yourself.


What We’re Watching in Corporate Bonds Could Have “Dramatic Consequences”

Headed into the pandemic, the S&P 500 and corporate bonds rose in lockstep. But then, right before the March 2020 stock market crash, corporate bonds began to diverge -- and stocks followed lower. See what the current position of stocks vs. corporate debt suggests next for both.