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.
Investor psychology has moved back and forth between extreme optimism and extreme pessimism repeatedly throughout financial history. Here's analysis of a "model" which is an amalgamation of eight indicators -- and what it shows today.
"...in January, there were more real estate agents in the U.S. than houses for sale," says our Head of Global Research, Murray Gunn. It's not the first time something similar has happened -- discover a time when a "third of Miami residents were real estate agents," and what we can learn from it.
Here in 2021, there's a way that financial history appears to be repeating itself -- and not in a "good" way. Take a look at this chart and commentary from Elliott Wave International's flagship investor package.
Elliott Wave International called attention to Bitcoin back in September 2010, when the digital currency was trading for just pennies. The world of "cryptos" has evolved dramatically since then. Learn about one of the most recent crypto developments.
Before the recent uptick, interest rates had declined for 39 long years. But did you know that before then, interest rates rose -- also for 39 years? Watch our Global Market Strategist offer you this uncommon perspective on bonds -- and explain the implications.
One of the most reliable Elliott wave patterns of market psychology is called "ending diagonal." When you see one, you better be ready. Watch our European Short Term Update editor explain what this pattern, visible in European stocks right now, suggests next.
Did you know that Asian and emerging markets stocks ended major bear markets in March 2003, March 2009 ... and March 2020? Why March? Watch our monthly Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast editor explain the significance -- and give you a hint at what's next.
On March 10, 2000, the NASDAQ -- every dot-com investor's darling at the time -- topped and began a crash that wiped out most of its value. You may have heard the saying, "They don't ring a bell at the top" -- but actually, explains our Financial Forecast co-editor, "at important tops, they ring more than one." Watch.
Now that it's been about a year since the crash in Chinese stocks, what's next? The Shanghai Composite has been acting "soft" lately... Watch our Asian-Pacific Short Term Update editor walk you through the "notable" current Elliott wave count in China.
This time-tested indicator provided a warning before the historic 2007 stock market top, and here in 2021, investors should focus on this indicator again. Find out why.
"The large sell-off in U.S. Treasury bond futures yesterday at the U.S. morning open might have had something to do with a snafu in the plumbing of the Federal Reserve system," writes our Head of Global Research. See why he thinks this is "of great interest."
Very few investors want to bet against the bull market. Even those who lean bearish are taking noteworthy stock market actions. Learn more as you take a look at this revealing chart.
Bitcoin's price fell hard on Feb. 22 and many observers are wondering if this is the start of a crash. Well, the word "crashed" was also used back in January, when the cryptocurrency fell from $42,000 to below $30,000, however, prices bounced back. Elliott wave analysis puts both price drops into perspective.
Crude oil just hit a new high, which came as no surprise to Elliott wave practitioners. Get a historical perspective on crude's "turning points" and find out how you can anticipate what's next for crude's price.