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We often get asked if you can apply Elliott waves to markets other than the DJIA, or the FTSE. The answer is a decided "Yes!" Watch our Global Market Perspective contributor walk you through wave patterns (and supporting indicators) in South Korea's KOSPI stock index.
If you want to get "comfy and cozy," pick another place besides the stock market. After a stretch of calmness, "very bullish" investors have been jolted. Here's how an Elliott wave perspective could have helped you prepare for the recent spike in volatility.
Right now, many analysts are focused on what's next for the British pound, and most discussions you hear revolve around Brexit and British politics. For a different perspective, watch our Currency Pro Service co-editor show you the Elliott wave picture for GBP/USD and GBP/JPY.
Do recent sales data drive a retail company's share price? See a case-in-point that answers this question -- and lots more -- for the big retailer, Target (TGT).
When you watch Elliott waves unfold in your price charts, you are watching human psychology in action. It's not surprising, then, that each Elliott wave has its own "personality." And it pays to know them -- here's how.
Waves of optimism and pessimism drive the stock market. When extremes in either sentiment are reached, watch for a swing in the other direction. Here are the sentiment readings from a recent survey...
On Thursday, Dec. 5, Socionomic Institute Director Matt Lampert appraises the president's prospects to remain in office and win a second term, as only an Elliott waver and socionomist can.
The Elliott wave theory is one thing… Elliott wave practice is quite another. Watch this clip from our "Wave Principle Applied” e-course to learn 4 "conservative" ways to establish trading entries using time-tested Elliott wave signals.
Financial history suggests that 2019 may be pivotal for the U.S. stock market. The just-published December Elliott Wave Theorist explains why through 12 illuminating charts. Take a look at these two sample charts ...
Most stock market investors are aware of whether the prices of the main indexes have been rising or falling, but some are unaware of highly useful technical indicators. At least one of those indicators is sending an important message, just as fund managers make a "huge switch" from cash into stocks ...
In a nutshell, Charles Dow's famous theory says that the Dow Jones Transportation Average and the Dow Jones Industrial Average must go up or down together -- to "confirm" a bull or bear market. But can you apply this theory to markets like bonds? Yes. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor explain how.
You might say -- wait, isn't it "the economy, stupid" that determines whether a president stays in the White House? Actually, going back to the days of George Washington, the stock market has been a better indicator. Watch as the Director of the Socionomics Institute, EWI's sister organization, explains more.
Long- and short-term market charts are often filled with Fibonacci relationships. Learn how this applies to the current price pattern of U.S. 30-Year Treasury Bonds. These two charts are instructive...
Investor psychology never changes, so price patterns of financial markets repeat themselves at all degrees of trend. This is relevant to what’s going on now with gold. Take a look at these two historic gold charts...
A careful look at Disney's share price shows that its record-breaking rally launched BEFORE the favorable news on November 13. See how investors could have anticipated Disney's powerful upside move.
Fundamental analysis versus Elliott wave analysis: the winner for predicting the 9-year long commodity bear market is clear.
Friday's (Nov. 15) jump in U.S. stocks is being primarily attributed to "trade-deal optimism."
But the real story lies in the charts. A common Elliott wave pattern called a "triangle," to be exact.
Credit is the lifeblood of modern economy. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor takes a close look at today's "credit impulse" readings and explains the implications.