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(Video, 3:18 min.) A Telling Sign of the Market's Precarious Perch
U.S. corporations have high hopes for their own shares

By Bob Stokes
3/25/2015 3:00:00 PM

U.S. corporations have doubled the amount of their stock buybacks from a year ago. Learn why this development should serve as a neon warning to investors.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, General Motors (GM), U.S. STOCK MARKET, video, Video - Featured

Category: Stocks

(Video, 3:15 min.) Why Falling Prices Really Are a Mixed Blessing
First crude oil, now milk. Are stocks next?

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
3/23/2015 6:00:00 PM

Crude oil isn't the only market to plunge recently. Milk prices are also down -- by a third! As with crude, at first it sounds like great news. But as we've shown on these pages before, falling prices -- which is one of the effects of deflation -- are not all for the good. Here's why.

Filed Under: crude oil, deflation, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave Theorist, inflation, investment decisions, investment strategy, video, Video - Featured

Category: Stocks

(Video, 3:31 min.) What Do the World's Tallest Buildings and Famous Works of Art Have in Common?
Masterpieces of market timing

By Bob Stokes
3/12/2015 4:00:00 PM

The stock market rally just turned six years old. Prices remain near record highs. Yet two historical indicators suggest caution. Learn more.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, U.S. STOCK MARKET, video, Video - Featured

Category: Stocks

Why Alibaba's Rally Went Ali Bye-Bye
A beautiful example of Elliott wave analysis keeping investors on the right side of major turns

By Nico Isaac
3/6/2015 4:45:00 PM

When the Alibaba IPO debuted last September, it was widely touted as being "worth the risk." Today, BABA shares stand 30% below their November 2014 peak. What happened?

Filed Under: Chinese markets, Elliott wave, forecasts, fundamental analysis, history, investment decisions, investment strategy, investor psychology, long-term trend, market forecasts, sentiment, technology

Category: Stocks

(Interview, 6:30 min.) Yes, NASDAQ Is at 5000 -- But Let's Dig A Little Deeper
Technology stocks are all the rage again... get an expert's opinion on how sustainable the rally really is

By Editorial Staff
3/5/2015 3:00:00 PM

In this new interview, Elliott Wave International's Chief Market Analyst, Steve Hochberg, gives you his latest insights on the NASDAQ, which recently rallied above 5000 for the first time since the year 2000.

Filed Under: financial forecast, interview, Nasdaq Composite, steve hochberg, video

Category: Stocks

(Video, 2:36 min.) Here's What Stock Market Bulls Might Be Overlooking
A growing economy is not necessarily bullish -- see for yourself

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
3/2/2015 5:00:00 PM

On Feb. 27, the 4th quarter U.S. GDP was revised downward to 2.2%. "U.S. stock markets shrugged off the revision" -- after all, the conventional wisdom says that as long as the economy is growing, so is the stock market. Except, it’s not exactly true.

Filed Under: consumer confidence, Elliott wave, gross domestic product (GDP), U.S. STOCK MARKET, unemployment, video, Video - Featured

Category: Stocks

(Video, 2:27 min.) Stocks: It's All Been Done Before
"...the ‘plumber and barber sentiment index‘ is near an all-time high"

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
2/26/2015 2:15:00 PM

There's a lot of bullishness out there. And "when nearly all investors are bullish, they tend to view the stance as conservative, because, after all, everyone is doing it. This is even true for professional investors..." We're not the only ones noticing this uber-optimism.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, Goldman Sachs, investment decisions, investment strategy, sentiment, U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed), U.S. STOCK MARKET, video, Video - Featured

Category: Stocks

(Video, 2:58 min.) Does Nasdaq 5000 Make Sense This Time?
A portfolio manager on the Internet bubble then vs. now

By Bob Stokes
2/24/2015 3:00:00 PM

After 15 years, the Nasdaq has returned to the lofty level of the Internet bubble days. One money manager says the tech-heavy index now sports stronger fundamentals vs. March 2000. But will stellar earnings send the Nasdaq higher?

Filed Under: Elliott wave, investor psychology, Nasdaq Composite, U.S. STOCK MARKET, video, Video - Featured

Category: Stocks

(Video, 3:12 min.) Why Cash Ain't Trash, And Other Suddenly Popular Ideas
Radical notions like "cash is king" are suddenly starting to resonate with the mainstream

By Nico Isaac
2/19/2015 1:45:00 PM

Driving in my car the other day, I heard an ad on the radio that, I thought, did a good job of summarizing the state of our economy "on the ground," so to speak, where the real, everyday people are trying to make it work. It went like this...

Filed Under: cash, debt, deflation, Elliott wave, safe haven, U.S. dollar, U.S. STOCK MARKET, video, Video - Featured

Category: Stocks

(Video, 3:17 mins.) What an Unhealthy Market Looks Like
Fractures open in the stock market

By Bob Stokes
2/18/2015 4:00:00 PM

In a healthy bull market, most sectors participate in the trend. When key sectors turn down even as the broad market rises, the uptrend is at risk. Investors would do well to pay attention to such a splinter.

Filed Under: Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), U.S. STOCK MARKET, video, Video - Featured

Category: Stocks

(Video, 3:21 mins.) Why the Stock Market Remains Historically Overvalued
Market sentiment today shows the most extreme optimism since 1987

By Bob Stokes
2/10/2015 3:00:00 PM

Even after a six-year uptrend, investor optimism has remained historically elevated. Do the stock market's valuation measures point to an approaching top?

Filed Under: Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), Elliott wave, U.S. STOCK MARKET, video, Video - Featured, volatility

Category: Stocks

(Video, 4:09 min.) Deflation: Why the Fed Has Been Losing the Battle
"The ultimate drivers of inflation and deflation are human mental states that the Fed cannot manipulate."

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
1/29/2015 5:30:00 PM

Despite six years of record-low interest rates; three rounds and five years of the Fed's QE; $4 trillion of "new money injected into the economy" -- despite all that, inflation in the U.S. remains well below the Fed's target. Why?

Filed Under: Ben Bernanke, deflation, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave Theorist, inflation, U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed), video, Video - Featured

Category: Stocks

Stocks: Prepare to Expect the Unexpected
Most investors WANT to prepare for unexpected trend changes. They just don't know how.

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
1/28/2015 5:00:00 PM

Much of the public must already assume that cheap gas is here to stay. Never mind that anyone who is old enough to drink remembers that in their lifetime, a gallon of regular cost as little as $1.00 and as much as $5.00. Gas prices fluctuate -- just like stocks.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, S&P 500, U.S. STOCK MARKET, volatility

Category: Stocks

(Video, 3:11 mins.) Stocks and the Anticipated Jump in Volatility
Extreme market turbulence follows extreme market complacency?

By Bob Stokes
1/28/2015 2:45:00 PM

Stock market volatility during much of 2014 was as tame as a sleepy kitchen cat. But after a rally that's lasted nearly six years, volatilty has seen a marked increase in 2015. This may only be the beginning.

Filed Under: Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), Elliott wave, S&P 500

Category: Stocks

(Video, 3:45 mins.) What Does the "Blizzard of 2015" Mean for Stocks?
The Wave Principle governs the stock market's trend

By Bob Stokes
1/27/2015 3:15:00 PM

The stock market's price pattern is independent of all outside events, including oil shocks, earthquakes, blizzards and even war. Learn how the stock market behaved after a natural disaster cost a nation 15 percent of its gross domestic product.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, U.S. STOCK MARKET, video, Video - Featured

Category: Stocks

(Video, 3:44 min) What's Bigger Than a $1.4 Billion Mortgage Ratings Scandal?
The great "inflated" expectations for gold, oil, commodities -- and now stocks

By Nico Isaac
1/26/2015 5:30:00 PM

Standard & Poor's just reached a $1.4 billion settlement for "inflating credit ratings on toxic assets" leading up to the 2008 subprime mortgage crisis. But there's a much bigger issue at stake...

Filed Under: 1929 Stock Market Crash, Ben Bernanke, Bob Prechter, charts, commodities, Conquer the Crash, CRB index, credit crisis, crude oil, Gold, inflation, quantitative easing, S&P 500, safe haven, U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed), U.S. STOCK MARKET, Video - FRUP

Category: Stocks

Are Buyouts Checking Out?
Two more key measures of optimism suddenly betray a diminishing appetite for stocks

By Steve Hochberg and Pete Kendall
1/16/2015 1:30:00 PM

This updated chart of corporate buybacks and mergers shows that after reaching the highest levels since the S&P's 2007 top, buyers pulled in their horns somewhat as 2014 drew to a close. Here's what that could mean.

Filed Under: financial forecast, Peter Kendall, risk appetite, U.S. STOCK MARKET

Category: Stocks

(Video, 2:47 min.) An Indicator from the 2007 Market Top Flashes a Warning Now
Are investors "risk on" or "risk off"?

By Bob Stokes
1/14/2015 1:30:00 PM

The Elliott Wave Financial Forecast recently discussed an indicator that appeared to be "especially ominous." Since that commentary, the stock market has turned increasingly volatile. See how this same indicator foretold of a reversal in stocks in 2007. 


Filed Under: Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), Elliott wave, Nasdaq Composite, S&P 500, video, Video - Featured, volatility

Category: Stocks

(Video, 3:37 min.) Are Terrorist Attacks BULLISH for the Stock Market?
The correlation between terrorism and markets is far less predictable than most people think

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
1/12/2015 4:45:00 PM

When you read the title of this story, your first thought probably was: "What a preposterous idea." And yet, someone looking at the market's apparent reaction last week might have thought exactly that.

Filed Under: CAC40, Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), Elliott wave, europe, investment decisions, investment strategy, investor psychology, S&P 500, terrorist attacks, video, Video - Featured

Category: Stocks

How to Tame a Drunken Psycho
No matter how volatile the market, a FREE report shows you five ways the Elliott Wave Principle can improve your trading

By Nico Isaac
1/9/2015 2:15:00 PM

Last month, Warren Buffett described the rapidly fluctuating stock market as a "kind of drunken psycho." Today, Elliott wave analysis shows you how to tame it.

Filed Under: charts, Club EWI, Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), Elliott wave, Elliott Wave Principle, investment strategy, stock indexes, Traders, U.S. STOCK MARKET, Warren Buffett

Category: Stocks

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