You can use Elliott wave analysis to help you trade the markets objectively. It helps you identify trends and turning points, find realistic price targets and manage risk with precise stop-loss levels -- putting you miles ahead of other traders.
After-the-fact news stories said bad economic news drove EURUSD lower. Now see the chart and forecast that called the move BEFORE it happened.
In this interview, Chief Currency Strategist Jim Martens shows the patterns and forecast that anticipated the major recent move in Litecoin. Jim also discusses the trend from here.
The Fintech Index had more than doubled since 2016 -- yet Brian Whitmer forecast a major decline. Listen and see what Brian saw, before the big decline that followed.
In this interview with Dana Weeks, Trader's Classroom editor Jeffrey Kennedy gives the big-picture details of an even bigger forecast in commodities ... back in 2011.
See the before and after: Trader's Classroom editor Jeffrey Kennedy recently forecast a big move, with clear Elliott Wave labels and a large "up" arrow.
Navigating a complex market corrections is the most difficult part of Elliott wave analysis. Want to learn how to overcome this obstacle? Then watch this exclusive, free video clip from our recent Trader's Classroom episode.
Here’s an index that had more than doubled in less than two years, when our analyst issued a very bearish forecast. Now see what he saw, in Chart of the Day.
In this excerpt from the just-published Global Market Perspective, European analyst Brian Whitmer follows up on his forecast for the global financial technology sector.
When’s the last time you looked at a chart and forecast that correctly anticipated a seven-year trend? See a case-in-point for yourself, in this Chart of the Day.
In late 2018, US-imposed sanctions on Iran were supposed to push oil prices to $90, $100, even $200 per barrel. Instead, U.S. crude plummeted 40% to a 17-month low. Elliott wave analysis sets the record straight.
Market speculation is not for everyone. It's risky, it's stressful, it's just plain hard. Yet, Dick Diamond's method helped him do it for 48 years. Is it right for you? Only you can answer that.
Trader and CNBC contributor Todd Gordon tells it like it is, in a wonderfully in-depth interview with EWI's Dana Weeks.
The "80/20" trading method Dick Diamond perfected over his 48-year career is less about a set of market indicators -- and more about the personal discipline to stick to them. Watch.
See the chart that anticipated the big decline in the share price of Philip Morris, three weeks before it happened.
See the charts and forecasts in two completely different markets, as they unfolded after EWI's Jeffrey Kennedy offered specific analysis and forecasts.