ElliottWaveTV

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Metals and Your Portfolio: Which Choice Looks Best?

Many smart investors make metals a core component of their portfolio. Question is, what's the right "fit" for your portfolio: base metals, precious metals, or metals stocks? In his interview with ElliottWaveTV, Metals Pro Services Editor Tom Denham helps you make an informed decision.

Talking Specifics: Third-Wave Set Ups, and ETFs vs. Indexes

Let's face it: The hunt for opportunities can be more painstaking than making a move once you find it. So, how can you get the most from your time and effort? ElliottWaveTV put that question to U.S. Intraday Stocks Pro Services Editor Robert Kelly: He says Elliott Wave Set-ups -- and the right trading tactics -- can make a big difference.

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Trading with Transparency, and Why "We Need More of It"

Todd Gordon's resume includes two Wall Street firms and a long record of trading his own money. Today, Todd is the founder of TradingAnalysis.com and a regular contributor to CNBC shows like "Fast Money" and "Squawk on the Street."

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Trading Elliott Waves Live: QQQ and NVDA

Todd Gordon's resume includes two Wall Street firms and a long record of trading his own money. Today, Todd is the founder of TradingAnalysis.com and a regular contributor to CNBC shows like "Fast Money" and "Squawk on the Street."

What's the Best Way to Catch a 3rd Wave Early?

An opportunity in commodity markets is only meaningful if you take advantage of it. For tips on how to do it, ElliottWaveTV sat down with Jeffrey Kennedy, long-time editor of our Commodity Junctures and experienced trading instructor.

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Using Elliott to Trade Options, Stocks, Cryptos? "Yes."

Todd Gordon's resume includes two Wall Street firms and a long record of trading his own money. Today, Todd is the founder of TradingAnalysis.com and a regular contributor to CNBC shows like "Fast Money" and "Squawk on the Street."