Do "Flash Crashes" Really Come Out of the Blue?
by Editorial Staff
Updated: May 13, 2022
Yes, you can foresee "market surprises"
GDP, unemployment, consumer confidence -- "market fundamentals" -- you hear these terms all the time.
Problem is, "market fundamentals" show you only what's in the past. Strong GDP in Q3 doesn't mean strong GDP in Q4.
By contrast, Elliott wave analysis is forward-looking.
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