German 5-Year Bonds: “Simple” Elliott, Clear Results

by Ivelin "Ivo" Zhelev
Updated: October 27, 2020

You may know that all Elliott wave patterns fall into two categories: impulses and corrections. On a chart, impulses look strong and directional; corrections are choppy and overlapping. See our Interest Rates Pro Service analyst apply this (and other) knowledge to forecast what's next for Germany's bond yields.

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