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.
Some indicators do help gauge near-term trend. Yet in this chart, see how small price moves have a broader context -- one that was long-term bullish for Cardano -- before the huge, nearly year-long rally.
U.S. Treasury yields aren't the only ones that have been rising. Just like here in the U.S., you can find a lot of "fundamental" explanations for the moves in German bonds. But watch how an Elliott wave pattern warned of these developments as they were just starting.
Snapchat: April 2020 saw the start of an explosive move higher. Now see the inverted "head-and-shoulders" pattern we showed Trader's Classroom subscribers, which had them on the right side of the trend.
Did the price rise in oats reflect its rising popularity with consumers? Or, is there a better explanation for the price trend? Our chart and forecast has a clear answer to this and more.
Over the past year, the junk bond ETF JNK has consistently moved "up and to the right." Yet, the momentum signature shows that JNK may see some rough waters ahead. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor give you another important update to the story that he began a few months ago.
Back in April 2020, coronavirus was spreading and global markets had crashed. Yet this did not "neutralize" the Nikkei's Elliott Wave pattern. See for yourself what our forecast said, and what the Nikkei did.
Dollar-yen is a key forex market. To know which way the pair is going, you could study and compare dozens of "fundamentals" in the U.S. and Japan... or you could simply take a look at an Elliott wave chart. Watch our Currency Pro Service editor do just that.
Cryptocurrencies are relative newcomers on the financial market scene, and there are lots of opinions out there on how to forecasts them. But why reinvent the wheel? Watch our Crypto Pro Service analyst walk you through applying wave analysis to the three biggies -- in real time.
On April 1, 2020, Trader's Classroom said Apple's price showed that a low may be in place, and an "opportunity to the upside," and that "times like this offer opportunity …" See how this forecast unfolded before Apple's 4-1 stock split.
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.
Aussie-Yen is not a forex pair you hear about often. Well, all the more reason to see if we can apply Elliott wave analysis and other technical tools to gauge its trend. Watch our Currency Pro Service analyst look at the AUD/JPY trend since last March -- and see what's likely next.
To claim that new supply cuts are "driving" crude oil's rally is a weak, after the fact explanation for the trend change. Now see that was there a way to identify oil's upside breakout -- in advance.
It's not a coincidence that we've seen so many IPOs lately: They are mostly a bull market phenomenon. But read this essay by our Head of Global Research where he thinks back to an IPO that hit the market "a Fibonacci 21 years ago, in February 2000..."
On February 15, crude oil soared above $60 per barrel for the first time since the pandemic. Mainstream experts cite a "monster" winter storm in the oil-producing regions of the Southern U.S. as the rally's catalyst. But there's more to this story than meets the eye (of the storm) ...
From our 40-plus years of experience, we know that certain investor behavior repeats over and over near market tops and bottoms. Watch our Global Markets Strategist show you what today's sentiment among options traders, foreign stock buyers and corporate insiders says about the next move in stocks.