Updated: January 17, 2018With mood rising across Europe, stocks are following suit. Even Brexit is being talked about in less urgent terms. Yet, in this new interview with ElliottWaveTV, our European Financial Forecast editor, Brian Whitmer, tells you why -- from his point of view -- this is not the time to relax.
Updated: December 20, 2017A "double top" has formed in the chart pattern of a major global financial market. Our analyst shows a chart, spells out his analysis and then anticipates what's next.
Updated: December 14, 2017This chart shows you an indicator that's absolutely critical to the direction of the euro, and the dollar -- namely, sentiment. The market's temperature, if you will...
Updated: December 4, 2017The behavior of one group of stocks will sometimes provide a clue about what to expect from the broad market. Right now, this is happening in a major European country. Here are the important details...
Updated: November 16, 2017In this new interview with Brian Whitmer, the editor of our European Financial Forecast, he tells you why Europe is in the midst of a long, slow topping process. Find out what this slow top suggests for markets and the EU as a whole.
Updated: November 15, 2017Right now, the global financial system seems to be light years away from the awful scare that occurred between 2007 and 2009. But, another "credit crisis" may be just around the corner. Learn how credit availability in this major nation is expected to change during the next three months.
Updated: October 18, 2017In this new interview with Brian Whitmer, who edits our European Financial Forecast and contributes to Global Market Perspective, he explains why you need to only look at Spain's stock market to understand the separatist movement. Find out what Spain's polarization means for Catalonia's independence move going forward.
Updated: August 25, 2017Wipe out! That's what can happen when investors reach for yield in high-risk debt instruments. See a stunning European example.
Updated: August 15, 2017Right now, the euro is approaching a point you need to know about. Watch this clip from a new interview with Chris Carolan, our Global Opportunities Expert, for details.
Updated: July 7, 2017Global market charts you won't see elsewhere show "What" -- and What Not -- to Fear.
Updated: June 21, 2017As the amount of household debt rises, so does the risk of another financial crisis. A new milestone has been reached in the U.S. But a chart shows that the dangers of debt are global.
Updated: June 16, 2017As is often the case before a big news event, EURUSD went mostly sideways into the June 14 Fed meeting. Traders were waiting to see what the Fed does and says. But here's what Elliott wave forex traders saw...
Updated: June 9, 2017When calculating the odds of a political victory, accounting for voters' mood may be more important than adding up all the rational pros and cons. Financial markets are also governed by traders' collective mood to a much larger degree than the mainstream finance has been willing to consider.
Updated: June 6, 2017See 3 global market charts that answer the question, Has Investor "Courage" Gone "Crazy"?
Updated: June 5, 2017True or False: If the eurozone government and IMF start withholding their bailout payments to Greece, then Greek shares will fall. If you answered true, then this story is a must-read!
Updated: May 22, 2017One minute, strong UK economic data “causes” the British pound to surge against the euro. And then the next, that same data… is futile against a pound selloff. Any questions? The real story behind the EURGBP leaves no room for doubt!
Updated: May 17, 2017Charts like this one show that markets can anticipate huge shifts in broad psychology: Another dangerous spike may be just around the bend.
Updated: May 10, 2017According to the mainstream experts, Emmanuel Macron's victory in May 7's French Presidential Election was also a victory for the euro. And yet, the euro turned down against the U.S. dollar following his win. No surprise here!
Updated: April 24, 2017On April 24, Germany's DAX Index soared to a new, all-time high. Mainstream pundits say the April 23 outcome of the French Presidential Election lit the market's bullish fire. Here's our take on the rally.
Updated: April 20, 2017Many of you have heard the expression "As goes GM, so goes America." Well, what about the European counterpart -- "As goes Daimler AG, so goes Europe?" The correlation dates back to 1999; and it paints a very interesting picture of the financial road ahead.
Updated: April 19, 2017Brian Whitmer tells you what he's watching as France is headed into its historic election. Brian explains how mixed social mood translates into the tight race at the polls.
Updated: April 17, 2017Despite positive economic data coming out of Europe, Brian Whitmer explains that the recovery is mediocre at best.
Updated: April 6, 2017Brian Whitmer, our Senior European Analyst, highlights the precarious position of European stock markets.
Updated: April 6, 2017Imagine it's early 2016. Brexit hasn't yet happened. No one thinks it will. The British pound is trading near 1.45. You put your best Elliott wave count on a monthly GBPUSD chart -- and see this incredibly bearish picture emerge...
Updated: January 24, 2017European Financial Forecast editor, Brian Whitmer, tells you why financial bubbles occur so regularly -- and what he means by a "practical approach to trading."
Updated: November 22, 2016The Socionomics Institute's Matt Lampert and Alan Hall discuss the recent Cold War rhetoric that surrounded the U.S. presidential election. Learn what it -- and the Elliott wave position of Russia's stock market -- say about the likelihood of more Russian aggression.
Updated: July 22, 2016Brian Whitmer talks about the negative sentiment in the European Union following the historic Brexit vote and outlines what to watch for next.
Updated: June 24, 2016On Friday, June 24, the world awoke to an apparent new wind blowing out of Europe: The citizens of Great Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Updated: June 16, 2016Brian Whitmer explains why the ongoing struggle to keep the European Union afloat won't end anytime soon.
Updated: May 20, 2016On May 3, the EURUSD turned down (i.e. falling euro, rising U.S. dollar) in a powerful reversal to two-month lows on May 20. Turns out, the euro's sell-off was not in the popular, Fed-led script handed out by mainstream analysts. It was, however, in the Elliott wave one.
Updated: May 20, 2016Brian Whitmer talks about the implications of the upcoming Brexit vote.
Updated: April 15, 2016Our monthly European Financial Forecast editor, Brian Whitmer, explains why the current figures of credit demand bode problematic for European stocks.
Updated: March 31, 2016In this new Q&A with Murat Yilmaz, our European Stocks Intraday Analyst, you'll learn how the Wave Principle helps you see new trade opportunities, what he considers a "good" opportunity, the importance of risk management and more.
Updated: July 29, 2015Our Global Opportunities Expert, Chris Carolan, offers you his perspective on recent market action in China and Greece.
Updated: June 30, 2015Brian Whitmer, editor of European Financial Forecast, has been preparing his subscribers for the Greek crisis for a while. Here are his latest thoughts...
Updated:Today's episode of Elliott Wave Weekly takes a deeper look at the social mood landscape across Europe and Asia.
Updated:Jeffrey Kennedy talks about some of the easy techniques to help you spot high-confidence trade opportunities. European markets expert Brian Whitmer explains why hoarding cash in this type of deflationary environment is a natural reaction for many investors -- and there's not a whole lot central banks can do to stop it.
Updated:First we start with an interview with Brian Whitmer who talks about the implications of the upcoming Brexit vote. Up next is Chris Carolan who shows you why it's important to keep your eye on emerging markets. The last feature is with Jeffrey Kennedy who explains the importance of knowing the right questions to ask when looking at the market as an analyst vs. a trader.
Updated:First you'll hear from Bob Stokes. Bob explains sentiment extremes often anticipate major trend changes in financial markets. Bob Stokes explains that a case in point is the U.S. Dollar Index. Next you'll hear from Brian Whitmer who explains Europe is in the midst of ongoing deflation. Lastly, Mark Galasiewski highlights three new long-term investment opportunities in Asia.
Updated:Today's episode explores one of the biggest financial stories over the past few weeks -- the Greek debt crisis. You'll hear from Elliott Wave International's Brian Whitmer who offers an Elliott wave perspective on the Greek crisis. EWI's Senior Currency Strategist Jim Martens spoke about recent market action in the Euro. The news out of Greece seems like the obvious reason for a weaker Euro, but as Jim explains, news headlines don't move the markets. The last feature in today's episode comes from Bob Stokes who reports that the world may soon shift it's attention from a Greek debt drama to one that plays out on a global stage.
Updated:This week explores global market trends in China and Greece, along with volubility in the technology sector. The first report comes from Bob Stokes who looks at China's main stock index which plunged nearly 8.5% earlier this week. The Shanghai Composite's downward move may be part of a larger trend that you need to know about. Another country making headlines is Greece. Though the situations in China and Greece are very different, there is one thing that unites them: Chris Carolan offers his perspective on recent market turmoil in China and Greece. Our indicators suggest great volatility ahead for Apple, a Wall Street favorite. Bob Stokes explains if a big fall is just ahead.
Updated:Today's episode features three interviews with three different analysts -- first up you'll hear from Steve Hochberg. In a recent interview with Market Wrap radio he offered his take on what we've seen in the markets so far in 2016 and why he thinks 2015 was a transitional year. Next, an interview with EWI's Senior Currency Strategist Jim Martens. Though the euro dollar exchange has gone "nowhere" recently, in this new interview, Jim explains that there are plenty of opportunities on the horizon. The last feature comes from our friends at the Socionomics Institute. Senior Analyst Alan Hall shares some thoughts on how Donald Trump fits into the authoritarian narrative.
Updated:A review of past market tops shows that many of them were accompanied by the same warning signs. Correspondent Bob Stokes highlights two of them. In the next interview, Brian Whitmer explains what indicators helped him anticipate market volatility -- and what he's expecting this year in European stocks. Conventional wisdom says that the Fed's decision to leave rates unchanged triggered a jump in gold to a 12-week high. But does the central bank's policy really drive the price of gold? Correspondent Bob Stokes explains how the Wave Principle helps us to forecast gold.
Updated:First you'll hear from Elliott Wave International's Brian Whitmer. In a recent interview with the Swiss Dukascopy TV, Brian offered his take on why he thinks the ECB's growth outlook will prove to be way too optimistic. Next up we've got a report on the U.S. dollar from Elliott Wave International's Bob Stokes. As Bob reports, the quote un quote ultimate crowd has recently bought into the US dollar rally – and typically when the crowd hops on board a financial trend, it's usually time to hop off. Bob reveals if this is a sign of an imminent reversal in the dollar. Lastly we switch our focus to Asia and an interview with Elliott Wave International's Chris Carolan about recent stock market action in Asia.
Updated:First is a interview with Pete Kendall where he draws from his extensive experience to show you where the markets are right now -- and why he thinks there could be a turn very soon. Mark Galasiewski, the editor of our monthly Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast, explains how using the news to predict the markets is "meaningless." Brian Whitmer tells you about the root causes of deflation -- and highlights a historic opportunity for traders and investors.
Updated:"Emotional Markets Produce the Clearest Wave Counts" - Robert Prechter wrote that quote in an issue of his monthly Elliott Wave Theorist in year 2001 and though that quote is nearly 15 years old, it seems extremely applicable to today's market environment and today's Elliott waves. Volatility scares a lot of investors. Take a listen to an interview with Elliott Wave International's European Financial Forecast editor Brian Whitmer to learn how he approaches market volatility -- and whether we'll see more of it in Europe. With global markets crashing earlier in the week, Chris Carolan explained how the Chinese market meltdown fits into Asia's BIG Elliott wave picture. The investor stampede out of stocks has produced some of the most furious selling since the 2007-2008 financial crisis. Learn why ill-prepared money managers are contributing to the stunning downtrend. EWI correspondent Bob Stokes reports.
Updated:First you'll hear from Brian Whitmer. Deflation is usually considered a "bad" word. And Brian addresses why the media and some economists go to such great lengths to avoid saying the D-word. The stock of an economic bellwether Walmart, the world's largest retailer, has been taking it on the chin. This, along with other signs, could portend an extended period of deflation. Corespondent Bob Stokes reports. Our last clip today comes from a presentation given by EWI's chief market analyst Steve Hochberg. Steve explains what an Elliott wave is and how these patterns play out across all different markets and degrees of trend.
Updated:Today's episode focuses on Brexit and Beyond. On the heels of the historic vote, Elliott Wave International's Brian Whitmer dropped by the ElliottWaveTV studios for a quick interview and update on the state of the European Union and the European economies. Next up is another interview with Steve Hochberg and Pete Kendall, the co-editors of EWI's monthly Financial Forecast. They sat down with ElliottWaveTV to discuss the volatility that followed last Thursday's Brexit vote. The last feature is another interview with Jim Martens, the editor of Elliott Wave International's Currency Pro Service. He explains how he prepared his subscribers for the violent reversal and historic sell-off in the British pound.
Updated:We start with Brian Whitmer who edits Elliott Wave International's monthly European Financial Forecast. He spoke with ElliottWaveTV's Dana Weeks about what the current figures of credit demand mean for European stocks. Take a listen to learn what message credit demand across Europe is sending right now. Next up is an interview with Tom Denham who covers metals for Elliott Wave International. In this new interview, Tom talks about recent price action in gold and silver and the relationship between the two markets. Our last feature comes from Tony Carrion, one of Elliott Wave International's Currency Pro Service analysts. Tony relies on the Wave Principle for determining price targets. He explains how he uses Elliott waves -- and why hearing an interview with Bob Prechter was a "game changer."
Updated:We start by looking at the precarious position of European stock markets. Next we explore new evidence that shows that stock picking is fraught with even more risk than many investors might realize. Last up is our latest "ETV viewer Mailbag."
Updated:Social mood translates into the tight race at the polls in the French election. In Europe, we're seeing bond market behavior that resembles what occurred before the credit crises in 2008, 2010 and 2012. Outlook for the British pound and currency markets following the UK's call for a snap election.
Updated:A look at sentiment and social mood across Europe as French voters head to the polls on Sunday to elect France's new president. Plus, learn why looking at the U.S. dollar, interest rates and politics are the wrong tools when trying to forecast the price action in gold. And this Canadian city this size is an ideal candidate to preview real estate trends in Canada and in the United States.
Updated:We start by looking at the Dutch election and the future of politics in Europe. Our European Markets Expert offered his perspective on what's next for EU stocks and politics. The Lead Developer of EWAVES artificial intelligence software talks about how EWAVES is different from other Elliott wave programs.
Updated:New insights from our European Markets Expert Brian Whitmer. Plus, learn what momentum is signaling across the metals markets. And lastly, this is why it's important to keep the bigger market trend in mind -- case in point: crude oil.
Updated:Financial writers often make the news "fit" the price action of a market -- first we explore tensions with North Korea and gold's rising price. Next we reveal the biggest sign a key European sector is overheating. Plus, our Chief Energy Analyst discusses the two types of energy ETFs to be aware of.