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U.S. Stocks: Does the Recent Pullback Have More to Go?

Updated: August 30, 2017

Robert Kelley tells you about a handful of reliable indicators he monitors to help him spot approaching tops and bottoms.

U.S. Stocks: What Market Sentiment Indicators are Telling You

Updated: August 17, 2017

Robert Kelley explains why bullish sentiment indicators aren't necessarily bullish for the market. Watch this new interview to learn what he expects next for U.S. stocks.

This Is Why U.S. Stocks Are at a Critical Juncture

Updated: August 11, 2017

Right now is one of those special moments in the markets that will determine where stocks go for the next few weeks -- and the next few months. Watch this clip from a new interview with our Chief Market Analyst to learn why stocks today find themselves at such a critical moment in their Elliott wave pattern.

U.S. Housing: A Tell-Tale Warning Sign We've Seen Before

Updated: July 19, 2017

A housing market measure that just surged to the highest level ever may also be a warning to home buyers. We saw a similar development 10 years ago, when the worst part of the housing market implosion was still ahead.

This Will Make You Sit up and Notice Sentiment Extremes in U.S. Stocks

Updated: July 7, 2017

Robert Kelley discusses the sentiment gauges he monitors. See what they're telling you about the market trend.

Public Pensions: "The writing appears on the wall"

Updated: May 26, 2017

"The writing appears to be on the wall" for public pension plans -- and $3.6 trillion is on the line. Managers have been "embracing riskier assets and sweeping underfunded liabilities under the rug." Now, here's an update.

Why You Should Check the Safety of Your Insurance Company

Updated: March 24, 2017

You buy insurance for protection, but some insurance companies themselves might be at risk. You need to know which ones are safe. "A massive insurance company failure" just made the news.

Can a Supermodel Signal a Decline in U.S. Dollar?

Updated: March 9, 2017

Besides Elliott wave price patterns, our analysts also watch other telltale market indicators to pinpoint trend reversals -- e.g., sentiment extremes.

Why Do Stocks Rise and Fall? (Hint: It’s NOT the News!)

Updated: March 7, 2017

The financial media regularly rationalizes fluctuations in the markets by attributing them to various news and events. "A causes B." We take a different view.

U.S. Markets: The BIG story everyone missed in 2016 and what it means for you now

Updated: February 14, 2017

In an interview with ElliottWaveTV, Chief Market Analyst Steve Hochberg talks about the key story from 2016 that most investors missed. Learn what he's watching closely right now.

Learn Why It’s Important to Trade with The Trend

Updated: February 13, 2017

Our U.S. equity analyst, Tom Prindaville, shares his background and analytical approach to the markets in this spotlight video.

U.S. Public Pensions: In a "Downward Spiral"

Updated: December 12, 2016

Even as the Dow reaches an all-time high, the Dallas pension system is asking taxpayers for a bailout. U.S. public pension systems grapple with an accelerating downward spiral. Our Elliott Wave Financial Forecast notes that some are prime candidates for insolvency.

U.S. Tech Startups: A Storm Is Brewing

Updated: December 6, 2016

Even as the Dow hovers in record-high territory, some sectors have slipped into a bear market. Venture capital for U.S. business startups is drying up. For many technology firms, "the game is already over."

A Legendary Analyst's Observation Speaks Volumes about This Market

Updated: November 28, 2016

As of Nov. 25, the Russell 2000 closed higher for 15 straight trading sessions. The late Paul Montgomery, a renowned observer of market behavior, made an observation about consecutive closing streaks that should be of high interest to every investor.

Why the U.S. Dollar Index's 13.5-Year High Was Expected

Updated: November 18, 2016

On May 3, the U.S. Dollar Index spiked down to a low of 91.919. But, just three days later, as the bears were licking their chops, we anticipated a turn higher. Our wave analysis has served subscribers well. The index just hit a 13.5-year high.

Global Sentiment Ahead of US Election

Updated: November 8, 2016

Nine of our top market strategists offer a sneak peek of sentiment in their markets ahead of the U.S. presidential election.

U.S. Election: What Does It Mean to the Markets and What Do the Markets Mean to It?

Updated: November 7, 2016

Pete Kendall, the co-editor of our monthly Elliott Wave Financial Forecast, tells you more about the just-published Financial Forecast's special Election section.

A Lopsided Art Market Gets Weirder and Weirder

Updated: October 10, 2016

Ever heard of Three Urinals? It's a sculpture that sold for $3.2 million in November 2014. That same month, Andy Warhol's silk screen featuring Elvis Presley was unloaded for $82 million. But, today's art world has seen a shift in prices, and in some cases, it's been dramatic.

This is What Happens After Home Sales Decline

Updated: October 7, 2016

Despite historically low mortgage rates, U.S. homes sales have faltered. One North American city has seen a dramatic plunge in sales. As we anticipated, price declines have followed. See how government embraced a real estate trend just when it reached maturity.

An Uncommon Pattern is Being Traced Out in U.S. Stocks

Updated: October 6, 2016

The co-editor of the U.S. section of our Global Market Perspective sat down to explain why this uncommon pattern in the Dow fits with the overall long-term picture in the stock market.

It's Official: Deutsche Bank Crisis Has Been "Officially Denied"

Updated: October 4, 2016

The German government itself has been forced to deny making a plan to bail out Deutsche Bank. This prompted our analyst to note that, "Like most of the great banking crises of the past, we can finally list this one as official, because it has been officially denied."

Autumn Volatility: Why Our Top US Intraday Stocks Analyst Says "Rotation" is Key

Updated: September 28, 2016

Tom Prindaville, the editor of our U.S. Intraday Stocks Pro Service, tells you why he's looking for increased volatility heading into the month of October.

Bulls vs. Bears: A War Rages in Real Estate

Updated: September 21, 2016

A battle between bull and bear market forces is being fought in the U.S. housing market. On the one hand, millennials are living with their parents longer. On the other, one Connecticut estate aims to become the most expensive residential property in the nation. A victor between bull and bear impulses will eventually emerge.

How Today's Housing Market Psychology Resembles 2005

Updated: September 6, 2016

The housing market appears to be on the verge of another big shift. We see an eerie similarity between 2005 and 2016. Just like 11 years ago, almost no one is worried about a bubble. Plan now for what we see ahead.

Easy Money?

Updated: August 16, 2016

House flipping was wildly popular during the mid-00s.The market crashed, and so did the flippers, just as we warned. Many were ruined. Now, flipping is making a big comeback. How safe is it?

Bull vs. Bear Market Impulses: How Observing Water Freeze Leads to a Shocking Discovery about Social Mood

Updated: July 25, 2016

A mix of bull and bear market impulses is evident in today's culture. How is that possible with recent all-time highs in stocks? Shouldn't social mood be decidedly bullish? A Boston University econophysicist charts water's freezing process and makes a shocking discovery.

When Will Deflation Turn Into Inflation?

Updated: June 21, 2016

Deflation is a rare economic phenomenon. Contrary to popular belief, it's not just "low prices." Learn more in this new interview.

The Fed Wages a Losing Battle Against Savers

Updated: June 16, 2016

Even with historically low interest rates, the U.S. savings rate as a percentage of disposable income has been rising. This indicates a deflationary psychology is taking hold, while the Fed grapples with weak inflation long after the end of the Great Recession. Prepare now for what's next.

No Thaw for the Housing Market's Ice Age

Updated: May 17, 2016

Are you ready for an even bigger cool down in the housing market? Recent data suggests that real estate's ice age, which started in 2006, is far from over. Get the details now.

Learn Why 2015 Was a Key Transition Year for Stocks

Updated: February 25, 2016

Our Chief Market Analyst Steve Hochberg talks to Moe Ansari on Market Wrap Radio. You'll hear his take on what we've seen in the markets so far in 2016 -- and why Steve thinks 2015 was a "transitional" year.

Learn Why It's Important to Have Alternate Wave Counts

Updated: February 18, 2016

We sat down with Tom Prindaville, the editor of our U.S. Intraday Stocks Pro Service, to learn how he approaches market volatility -- and why it's important to have alternate wave counts.

Emotional Markets Serve Elliott Wave Investors

Updated: January 15, 2016

Pete Kendall, the editor of our Financial Forecast, tells you why Elliott wave analysis is particularly suited for emotional trading environments -- like the one we're in now.

Emotional Markets Serve Elliott Wave Investors

Updated: January 15, 2016

Pete Kendall, the editor of our Financial Forecast, tells you why Elliott wave analysis is particularly suited for emotional trading environments -- like the one we're in now.

The Perils of "Buying the Dip" in U.S. Stocks

Updated: January 11, 2016

A well-known financial publication suggests that now is the time to invest for the long-term. Such an approach might be hazardous to your portfolio. See a chart that shows a dip-buyer's nightmare.

Worried About This Bull Market? Stop Looking for a "Trigger"

Updated: December 28, 2015

Financial news is the most upbeat near market tops. Headlines are gloomy around market bottoms. Most investors miss important trend reversals. Learn how we keep subscribers ahead of trend changes.

Conservatism Grips the U.S. Economy Like Squirrels Hoarding Nuts for Winter

Updated: December 11, 2015

The transition from risk-taking to risk-aversion started off gradually in 2007. Then it suddenly accelerated. Our analysts see evidence that a similar pattern is repeating itself. Look at these two charts.

A Closer Look at All Those New U.S. Jobs

Updated: November 6, 2015

Many pundits are celebrating the 271,000 jobs that were added in the U.S. (October). New research reveals the caliber of many of the new jobs created during the economic "recovery." See the five-wave form of the rise in mean U.S. income.

Financial Zombies -- More Scary Scenes, Dead Ahead

Updated: November 2, 2015

Halloween is past, but the financial walking dead are still among us. We look at a financial services firm that has seen its share price drop, despite aggressive stock buybacks. Take a look at these two charts.

The Bear Market Meter Is Running

Updated: October 30, 2015

What do NYC taxicab medallions and stock market shares have in common? Well, let's just say, borrowing money to buy into either asset with the hopes of ever-rising values doesn't end well

Stock Market: Risk-On or Risk-Off?

Updated: October 21, 2015

The mood of investors gradually transitions from risk-on to risk-off. But once fear takes full control, the rush to the exit is like a stampede. In some ways, today is like 2007. See what we see.

A Reliable Indicator Portends a 2015 Stock Market Decline

Updated: October 2, 2015

In December 2014, we discussed an indicator that appeared to carry "the same message as it did in 2007." The Dow Industrials topped just five months later. Now, the stress level is even more intense.

Is the Stock Market Top in?

Updated: September 28, 2015

Pete Kendall, co-editor of EWI's monthly Elliott Wave Financial Forecast, tells you if investors should commit the recent stock market highs to memory.

When Markets Go Nuts, "Emotions Are Not Your Friend"

Updated: August 21, 2015

Read this interview with Tom Prindaville, editor of our U.S. Stocks Intraday Pro Service, to get his take on the latest price action -- and new key price levels he's looking at.

U.S. Stocks: End of the Complacent Era?

Updated: August 20, 2015

Financial markets tend to turn when most investors least expect it. Deep complacency toward stocks suggests that more triple-digit Dow declines may be just ahead.

The Debt Bomb

Updated: August 19, 2015

The world is awash in debt, and it's a problem. These charts our Chief Market Analyst recently shared with a packed house at the San Francisco MoneyShow explain more.

"Third Triple Extreme" -- the Biggest in 150 Years

Updated: July 29, 2015

Even as the market forms the biggest triple extreme in 150 years, market fear is historically low. See a chart that shows just how far above the trend the inflation-adjusted S&P 500 Composite has risen.

This U.S. Stock Indicator Just Broke Its 2000 and 2007 Extremes

Updated: July 21, 2015

Many private companies want to go public during a bull market trend. Even companies that are losing money get listed on major stock exchanges when optimism reaches an extreme. See a chart that tells a story that investors need to know now.

U.S. Stocks: Will the Volatility Continue?

Updated: July 21, 2015

What should you make of the recent big sell-off, a rally -- and now, another sell-off in U.S. stocks? Here are some tips from Tom Prindaville, editor of our U.S. Intraday Stocks Pro Service.

Janet Yellen's Uphill Battle May Get Steeper

Updated: July 17, 2015

Much fanfare was made over Janet Yellen's appointment as the first female chair of the Fed. But it appears the honeymoon is over. The central bank's inflationary policies have been impotent. Learn why Yellen's legacy may be greatly tarnished.

Technology Can Be Perilous When Markets Move Fast

Updated: July 13, 2015

Computers are a double-edged sword in financial markets. They help ensure that small and institutional investors are on a "level playing field." On the other hand, don't be surprised if the next major glitch occurs during a fast-moving bear market.

IPO'bsession: The Lengths Investors Go to for Love

Updated: July 10, 2015

According to our research, investors are hopelessly devoted to the U.S. IPO market, even though the relationship has become dangerously one-sided.

Housing Market: Is the Roof About to Cave In (Again)?

Updated: July 8, 2015

Home prices may be nearing a second peak in less than 10 years. The story is global. Find out which country is headed for a real estate "bloodbath".  Also, see a chart of U.S. housing price indicators.

Happy (Financial) Independence Day

Updated: July 6, 2015

How could the debt crisis in Puerto Rico affect you? Where is the next housing bubble set to burst? How do money managers signal major gold turns? Get the answers, today!

Inching Closer to "The Great Pension Bust"

Updated: June 26, 2015

Public and private pensions now rely on how well hedge funds perform. This strategy may prove lethal. Hedge funds are highly leveraged. Huge losses are likely in the next bear market.

The Jig is Up: The Fed is NOT In Control of Inflation

Updated: June 19, 2015

How certain are you of the Federal Reserve Board's power to mastermind a global economic recovery? If there's even the slightest doubt in your mind, you're not alone.

Mergers & Acquisitions Go to Manic Levels

Updated: April 10, 2015

Corporate boardroom confidence has rarely been stronger. Mergers-and-acquisitions volume in 2015 is on pace to be the second highest on record. See a chart that shows just how dramatically the trend can change.

A Telling Sign of the Market's Precarious Perch

Updated: March 25, 2015

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.

The Fibonacci Sequence: New Research Surprises Scientists

Updated: February 10, 2014

Fibonacci ratios show up throughout nature -- and in financial markets. Come see what we see.
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