Candlesticks + Elliott Waves: A Powerful Combo
by Editorial Staff
Updated: May 10, 2022
Gambling vs. trading: HUGE difference
A gambler operates on luck. A trader looks at evidence.
Sure, even a careful trade has elements of luck. But there's a reason why about 10% of traders win consistently: They build an evidence-based "case," bullish or bearish.
Three times a week, our Trader's Classroom's short video lessons teach you how to build a "case" of your own. Recent market examples included DJIA, S&P 500, NASDAQ, Russell 2000, GFI, AMZN, DIS, AAPL and more.
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If a stock's price trend should reflect its fundamentals, PNC shares should have gone higher -- now see the forecast that got it right.
Our analysis of the altcoin Polkadot shows that you can avoid click-bait driven commentary on cryptos, and instead focus on the Elliott wave patterns that unfold on market price charts.
Down more than 25%, the NASDAQ is "officially" in bear-market territory. "Big whoop" as they used to say -- some of the hi-tech darlings have already been cut in half and then some. Bet the folks down 50% or more in their so-called investments are glad to hear they're "official." And now Bitcoin, the King of Cryptos, has hit an "air pocket" of its own and fallen below $30,000. Wonder if that's officially a bear market, too? This excerpt from our new, May Financial Forecast explains how it all fits together.