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.
Our fans often ask, "Can I apply Elliott waves to... [fill in the market name]?" The answer is always -- yes! Use them in any freely traded, liquid market. For example, watch our Interest Rates Pro Service contributor walk you through his recent call in Bunds, Germany's equivalent of the U.S. Treasury Bonds.
What explains the big gold rally? Everyone has the same "easy" answer, namely hostilities between the U.S. and Iran. But now see the forecast that anticipated the rally before any "hostilities" even happened.
A year ago, EWI's Jeffrey Kennedy saw a simple Elliott Wave pattern for Canada Goose (GOOS) and made a long-term forecast. See the "before and after" for yourself, via this Chart of the Day.
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.
Back in the January 2019 Monthly Commodity Junctures, editor Jeffrey Kennedy published his year-end forecasts for gold. There, Jeffrey anticipated the comeback of the precious metal, with price targets. See what he told subscribers nearly one year ago.
On Dec. 16, the British pound suffered its biggest one-day drop in a year. Mainstream sources say the currency was burned by Boris Johnson's "reckless" Brexit revision -- also announced that day. By all Elliott wave accounts, the pound's intraday "cliff edge" was set up much earlier -- on Dec. 13!
After a 30 percent decline into March 2019, the conventional wisdom was "thumbs down" on electronics giant Sony (SNE). Now see the forecast that called a huge turn, with a rally that carried Sony to its highest price in years.
Glance at a chart. Are you bullish or bearish? Wait! Yes, sometimes it's clear at first glance. But most of the time, you must slow down and "build a case" for your trade. Watch as our Trader's Classroom editor shows you how to do it using GDX (Gold Miners ETF) as his example.
To understand Elliott wave analysis at work in actual world markets, let's review the recent history in an often-volatile commodity markets: sugar.
The recent rise and fall of natural gas saw 3 patterns at work: A triangle, a five-wave move, and an ‘Island Reversal.’ See them all for yourself, right now.
Do recent sales data drive a retail company's share price? See a case-in-point that answers this question -- and lots more -- for the big retailer, Target (TGT).
A careful look at Disney's share price shows that its record-breaking rally launched BEFORE the favorable news on November 13. See how investors could have anticipated Disney's powerful upside move.
Fundamental analysis versus Elliott wave analysis: the winner for predicting the 9-year long commodity bear market is clear.
October 2019 saw insurance giant Travelers Companies' stock plummet 12% to an eight-month low. Mainstream analysis cited a "lukewarm" Q3 earnings report for the selloff. But was there a way to anticipate Travelers' crash before then? Yes, as it happens.