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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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Junk Bonds (JNK): Time to Change Your Thinking?

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.

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USD/JPY: See How Elliott Wave Perspective Quickly Shows What's Next

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.

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Don’t look now, but even the Fed’s wires are sparking!

"The large sell-off in U.S. Treasury bond futures yesterday at the U.S. morning open might have had something to do with a snafu in the plumbing of the Federal Reserve system," writes our Head of Global Research. See why he thinks this is "of great interest."