A recent CNBC headline said: "Traders search for answers as relentless selling seems reality-detached." But from an Elliott wave perspective, markets are never rooted in reality to begin with. Investor psychology is an irrational driver of trends; that's why we have bubbles and "flash crashes." In this new interview, Chief Market Analyst Steven Hochberg touches on that and more, to give you an idea of whether or not we are out of the woods yet.
The euro vs. U.S. dollar is most-traded forex pair -- and lately, the euro has been losing, pushing EUR/USD lower and lower. At moments like that, many FX traders will try to catch the bottom. Watch our Currency Pro Service editor show you what Elliott wave evidence you need to do that with less risk.
"Black swans" or "flash crashes" are sudden market moves that shock just about everyone. However, when you watch market price patterns, you can often anticipate a sharp move ahead, in both directions. Watch our European Financial Forecast Service editor explain what to look for. (DJ Norway Stock Index in focus.)
Every trader wants to know when a trend might end and prices might reverse. You get some interesting results when you combine Japanese Candlesticks with Elliott waves -- watch our Trader's Classroom editor show you how to do that. (In focus: Square Inc., SQ.)
On May 4, about 30 minutes before the Fed's interest rate news at 2 PM, our Interest Rates Pro Service analyst Jim Martens posted a video for subscribers. Watch a clip now to see how Elliott wave patterns in the 30-year Treasury Bonds helped Jim forecast the big move in bonds before the news.
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