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Australian Dollar: "Still Surging" -- Why, Again?
This is a story we've seen repeated in the forex markets again and again.

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
7/19/2012 6:30:00 PM

Picture this. It's late May. You're in Australia. You have an interest in the currency markets: Maybe you speculate in forex; maybe your business depends on the exchange rates. Every morning, you scan the headlines. This is what you see regarding the Australian dollar during the last week of May...

Filed Under: Asia Dollar Index, currency, Elliott Wave trading, euro, euro/USD exchange rate, forex, forex trading, Japanese yen, safe haven, Singapore Dollar, Swiss franc, technical analysis, technical indicators, trade targets, Traders, trading lessons, U.S. dollar, usd/jpy, yuan

Category: Currencies

India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Indonesia: How Elliott Wave Analysis Turned BULLISH When Few Dared, Part II
EWI's Asian-Pacific stock market analyst explains the unique benefits of Elliott wave analysis for emerging market investors

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
5/2/2012 2:00:00 PM

This is Part II of my interview with EWI's Mark Galasiewski, a monthly contributor to the "Asian-Pacific Stocks Section" of our Global Market Perspective -- a comprehensive, 50-page monthly publication for global investors. -- Mark, you use Elliott wave analysis as your chosen forecasting method. Why Elliott? Why not just watch the news like most investors do? -- Mark Galasiewski: Well, the example I already showed you...

Filed Under: Asia Dollar Index, Asian-Pacific Short Term Update, ASX All Ordinaries, Bank of Japan, diversification, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave trading, Greek debt, Indian markets, Indian Rupee, investment strategy, Korean Won, Nikkei, risk management, SENSEX, Shanghai Composite Index, Singapore Dollar, Taiwan index, technical analysis

Category: Global Markets

Hang Seng's Worst Quarter in 10 Years: Can You Stay Ahead of the Trend?
Equip yourself to ride the near-term trends that others miss in Asian-Pacific markets

By Nathaniel Williams
10/3/2011 2:15:00 PM

It's official: Asian-Pacific stocks just had their worst quarter since 2008. Yet some markets' woes are even more staggering: like Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index, which sealed its worst quarter in a decade. It's been difficult for traders to navigate these stormy seas of market volatility. That's why you should have a co-pilot on board...

Filed Under: Asian-Pacific Short Term Update, Chris Carolan, Nikkei, Relative Strength Index (RSI), Singapore Dollar

Category: Asian Markets

Korean Won, Singapore Dollar, and Indian Rupee: Feels Like 2008 Again?
See the charts from the Asian-Pacific Short Term Update

By Andrea Dibben
9/30/2011 3:15:00 PM

EWI's Asian-Pacific Short Term Update editor Chris Carolan warned his subscribers ahead of time that Elliott wave patterns were pointing to a sharp rally in the U.S. dollar against Asian currencies.

Filed Under: currency, Chris Carolan, Asian-Pacific Short Term Update, Korean Won, Singapore Dollar, Indian Rupee, Asia Dollar Index

Category: Asian Markets

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