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The Forecasting Tool That Called Every Major Turn in Crude Oil Since 1993

In this video from EWI President Robert Prechter, you'll learn how a team of oil market analysts anticipated every major price move since 1993 -- including crude's 75% crash in 2014-2015.

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Get instant access to the online version of this Wall Street bestseller. Now in its 40th year, Elliott Wave Principle is one of the most popular market analysis books ever published. Amazon reviewers say, "Still the Classic and Essential Text for Elliott Wave Trading" and "This is the bible of the theory."

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Trump vs. Biden: Discover What the Stock Market Says About the Race for the White House

The presidential race is in the home stretch. What does the market say about who is likely to win? And what will a Trump re-election or a Biden victory mean for the stock market?

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German Stocks: “… on the brink of a very dramatic decline”

The strong recent decline in Germany's DAX has many investors worried -- after all, the DAX is Europe's equivalent of the DJIA. Now see how a simple Elliott wave price formation guideline -- first discovered by R.N. Elliott almost 100 years ago -- warned of the DAX's bearish opportunity as early as October 14. Our European Short Term Update editor explains.

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German 5-Year Bonds: “Simple” Elliott, Clear Results

You may know that all Elliott wave patterns fall into two categories: impulses and corrections. On a chart, impulses look strong and directional; corrections are choppy and overlapping. See our Interest Rates Pro Service analyst apply this (and other) knowledge to forecast what's next for Germany's bond yields.