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Crypto Trading Guide: 5 Simple Strategies
The key to success in cryptos is to approach this wild market in a way that insulates you from the hype, frenzy and...
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New Apply This Technique to Stop Rushing into Trades
Fear, greed and ego push traders to jump into the market too soon all the time – only to quickly regret it. Watch our Trader's Classroom instructor Jeffrey Kennedy show you a simple Elliott wave technique that helps you wait for the right moment (ROKU in focus).
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FREE Elliott Wave Principle
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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Latest Club EWI Exclusive Articles
Forget the Fed -- Watch the Waves
The Federal Reserve, and to a lesser degree the European Central Bank, have dominated the conversation about interest rates lately. But watch our Interest Rates Pro Service analyst Ivo Zhelev apply textbook Elliott waves to forecast the price of the UK's Long Gilt -- and, by extension, UK interest rates -- without a single glance at central bank statements.
Focus on Technology: Where Are We Relative to the 1929 Peak?
When we say "technology," we tend to think only of the internet era, but there is so much more to it! See how highs and lows in fascination with technology look on a chart stretching back to 1929 -- and what it says about technology's next general trend -- courtesy our Financial Forecast co-editor, Peter Kendall.
This Elliott Wave Pattern Said "Currency Opportunity," and Then Delivered
The "ending diagonal" is a simple, powerful pattern -- in early May it showed the British Pound/US Dollar rate about to end a weeks-long rally. Now see the forecast Currency Pro Service subscribers saw, and the big move that followed.