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Zillow Stock Opportunity: No Clear Fundamental Picture? No Problem

After a 4-year low in March, Zillow soared to all-time highs on September 25. See why so many mainstreams analysts missed the, versus what we said to Trader's Classroom subscribers.


Corporate Bonds: Market Leads, Fed Follows

Back in March, in the thick of the sell-off, the Fed pledged to buy corporate bonds, as a "last-resort" measure. Investment-grade debt rallied. But Elliott waves were one step ahead. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor explain using LQD, a corporate bond ETF.


Why This Could Be a "Very Bleak Winter for the U.K."

Elliott wave analysis suggests that the next few months could be quite historic for the British stock market, the economy and British pound. Our Head of Global Research (who is based in London) explains.

Cardano: From 3-Year Low To 2-Year High To 3-Month Low

Days after cryptocurrency Cardano hit a 3-year low, our Crypto Pro Service showed a major bottom in place. See the chart and forecast, plus what Cardano did in the months that followed.


This Price Pattern in German Bonds Is Worth Noting

You've heard that, "When stocks go up, bonds go down -- and vice versa." That's debatable, but see how a simple Elliott wave pattern already shows you what's likely next for Germany's government debt. Our Interest Rates Pro Service analyst explains.


Asia-Pacific: Just a "Pause" -- or Is the Rally Over?

Stocks across the Asia-Pacific rallied strongly over the summer. (Although not all markets participated...) Fall is often a period when stocks wobble -- so, is that what's behind the recent weakness? Our Asian-Pacific Short Term Update editor explains.


Silver: Is the Fast Sell-off Over?

Silver prices plummeted this week. You'll read about many "reasons" why -- and what's next. But here's the Elliott wave perspective. Recorded September 22, this Metals Pro Service video shows how the waves kept subscribers ahead of the 11%+ drop that followed. It also gives you a glimpse at what's next.

Global Stock Markets: Keep Your Eye on This Remarkable “Divergence”

Divergent behavior in related financial markets often portends trend changes. One such “divergence” has been unfolding for more than 20 years. Get the details.

USDJPY: A Series of Fortunate Events Caused the Yen's Near-Term Surge -- Or, Did It?

Triangle patterns precede the final wave at one larger degree, so, what follows is a rapid price thrust. See the chart and forecast showing exactly how this unfolded with the USDJPY pair.

See THREE Dow Levels You Need to Know to Predict the 2020 Election

Who will win in November? Ignore the polls and the betting markets. Keep your eyes on these three levels in the Dow instead.

The Dow's September Decline: What Does It Mean?

Breadth and volume indicators anticipated major turns in 1987, 2000, and 2007: See the chart we're following now that reminds us of the market then.

Here’s Evidence That “the Great Property Bust is Underway”

You can apply Elliott wave to more than just stocks or forex. It also helped us warn subscribers of the subprime mortgage crisis of 2007-2009 well before it became frontpage news. Now, here in 2020, real estate investors need to brace themselves – again. Here’s why.


Rail Stocks Were Supposed to Be Wrecked by Covid. Instead ... This Happened

On May 20, as the rail stock KSU stood near $149, Trader's Classroom said it could rise to $170 and beyond: Now see the forecast for yourself, plus the chart of what followed.

A Look at the Perilous Psychology of Financial Bubbles

Investors justify financial bubbles all the way to the top. This perilous psychology led to massive losses after the market peaks of 2000 and 2007. Now, in 2020, the same warning is showing up in the financial news.

Off with His Head: Kingdoms Fall When Social Mood Shifts to Negative

Big negative social mood trends drive big market declines. These trends ALSO drive social conflict, even revolution. So in periods of big bear market declines, we see that monarchs also fall. Watch for yourself just how true this is.


The Fed's Problem? It Forgets This Old Adage

"You can bring the horse to water, but you can't make him drink." The Federal Reserve says that it will "allow" some inflation, but the fact is, the Fed doesn't control inflation. Watch our Global Markets Strategist explain why using several eye-opening charts.

The Connection Between Stocks and the Economy is Not What Most Investors Think

Would you like to know what the health of the economy will be like months ahead of time? This rarely discussed "economic indicator" has a history of serving as a useful guide. See for yourself.

EURGBP: Did the "Brexit Row" Really Push the Pound to a 6-Month Low? (Fat Chance …)

The correction in the pound began on September 1, before "No-Deal Brexit." See how forex traders could indeed have anticipated the pound's rout vs. the euro before it began.