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.
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.
"Emotional markets are MORE orderly than non-emotional ones." This also means that emotional markets -- today's markets -- are MORE predictable. Yes, it sounds counter-intuitive. It's also true. Discover why in this insightful new video by our Global Markets Strategist, Brian Whitmer.
Is the coronavirus to blame for the recent market mayhem? Might the chaos present opportunities for astute investors? EWI's Chief Asian-Pacific Analyst Mark Galasiewski and Socionomics Institute Director Matt Lampert explain how you can get answers.
The “golden ratio” is often found in the chart patterns of financial markets and often marks a key juncture. EWI’s Head of Global Research pinpoints not only one, but two “golden ratio” junctures in this chart.
Would you like to learn an analytical method that doesn't depend on the news and helps you to actually anticipate market moves? You can -- 100% free. Tap into the invaluable insights of the Wall Street classic, Elliott Wave Principle: Key to Market Behavior.
An observer might guess that the unprecedented brushfires which devastated properties in Australia would have deterred people from buying homes. Not so. Fundamental analysis usually disappoints. That's why our analysts use the Elliott wave model. Find out how.
This chart of a stock market sentiment measure is revealing.
Many investors believe gold is a “safe haven” investment. So, is that why the precious metal’s price has risen since the U.S. airstrike which killed an Iranian general? Well, take a look at our gold forecast before that airstrike.
Financial journalists linked the U.S. airstrike in Iraq which killed an Iranian general with the DJIA’s triple-digit decline on Jan. 3. But, was the airstrike the real reason for the stock market’s tumble? Learn what market sentiment and the Elliott wave model were saying before Jan. 3.
The Golden Ratio is highly useful in forecasting financial markets. For example, our U.S. Short Term Update editor let subscribers know what he expected for the euro in just a week's time -- based on a .618 retracement level. Here's what happened.
Bitcoin's 2018 crash showcases the ability of Elliott wave analysis to combat the sudden, speculative need of more, more, more!
As the longest bull market in history persists, many investors are complacent about stocks and other risk assets. Ironically, volatility has a way of erupting just when investors increase their bullish bets. This chart is enlightening.
You've seen them: Those blank spaces on a chart where the price "jumps" so fast that it leaves a gap behind. Price gaps. Did you know there are 4 types of gaps? Watch our Trader's Classroom editor show you how to put them to good use.
Right now, some equity strategists are calling for a stock market “melt-up.” Is there evidence for such a forecast or does this expression of market enthusiasm merely describe a rise that has already occurred? Let’s look at another time when the term “melt-up” was widely mentioned...
Some of the biggest financial players on earth are entranced by the glimmer of gold. They see higher prices ahead and mention a specific price target. This isn’t the first time that institutional investors have been bullish on the yellow metal. Take a look at this chart...