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.
A recent rise in crude oil prices led to predictable news about "falling supply." Yet our forecasts saw this "news" while it was still an opportunity: See it for yourself in Chart of the Day.
"You could say stocks are overvalued." That is Robert Prechter's absurdly understated-on-purpose comment about the valuation chart he just published. See it for yourself in Chart of the Day.
On January 7, Alcoa Corp. soared to its highest level in 14 years and mainstream analysts now say the stock's "future is looking bright." In fact, AA's future started looking bright over a year ago. Navigating each turn of the stock's advance was a resolution our analysis kept in spades.
Soymeal's trend began to "look a lot different" before January 7th -- in fact the trend began in October, as forecast in Daily Commodity Junctures. See it for yourself.
Market, or investor, sentiment and Elliott waves go hand-in-hand. Watch our Crypto Pro Service editor walk you through Bitcoin's historic sentiment highs and lows to see how they lined up with the crypto's big rallies and sell-offs -- and what the current position of the Daily Sentiment Index suggests next.
An Elliott wave contracting triangle is a price pattern that often forms in a corrective wave 4 position -- meaning, a big move in wave 5 comes next. However, a variation of the triangle called a "running triangle" offers additional possibilities. Watch our European Short Term Update editor walk you through a chart of the pan-European index of 50 stocks and explain the implications.
You see a curious pattern when you plot investor and consumer sentiment on a stock market chart. Watch our Global Market Strategist walk you through several current sentiment readings as they relate to Europe's flagship stock index, the German FAX.
Bitcoin and Ethereum fell hard on Jan. 5, and kept falling for days. Did "the Fed" drive the decline, or, was the turn foreseeable days earlier?
We often get asked if Elliott waves work in markets other than the U.S. stock indexes and other major markets. Watch our Currency Pro Service contributor definitively answer this question by walking you through an 'exotic' forex market like USD/MXN.
In 2021, our subscribers were ready for silver's 25% decline and for the 18% rally that followed. Now see the pattern that will help anticipate silver's trend in 2022.
As an Elliott wave trader, you can divide all price action into two categories: 5-wave impulses and 3-wave corrections. Simple? Yes -- and also effective when you need to determine the trend. Watch our Trader's Classroom editor, Jeffrey Kennedy, walk you through a chart of Lululemon Athletica (LULU) to show you how he does it.
It's important to keep an eye on the market outliers -- markets that go up or down more than related ones. Why? Watch our Asian-Pacific editor explain by looking at the declines in Singaporean stocks since November.
Between April 2020 and October 2021, cotton prices nearly doubled to decade highs! But, according to mainstream analysis, the reason for cotton's surge is "not entirely clear." From an Elliott wave perspective, however, the soft's comeback couldn't be clearer.
Back in November, our Trader's Classroom outlined a bullish scenario for Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. BUT -- we also identified the critical price level to support the upside. It wasn't a leap of faith. It was a risk-limiting step in the right direction -- no matter where prices ended up.
Cryptos competing with USD and EUR. NFTs competing with Rembrandt and Da Vinci. Electric car makers with $0 revenue and market cap bigger than GM or Ford. How do you make sense of today’s financial trends? Answer: Use Elliott waves. Our Head of Global Research explains.