Challenge the mainstream beliefs on investing. News doesn't cause the market to move. Let us show you how wave patterns on a simple price chart can tell you more about the trend than you'll ever hear on the six o'clock news.

Is a Pension Fund Crisis Next?

Most everyone knows about the banking crisis. Let's now turn our attention to the precarious position of pension funds. They've recently been described as a "ticking time bomb."

Why Many Portfolios Are Down When the S&P 500 is Up

Learn why many stock portfolios have suffered losses this year while the S&P 500 has registered a gain so far. Plus, find out what R.N. Elliott (discoverer of the Wave Principle) said about getting clarity on the market's Elliott wave pattern.


Paging Dr. Copper

Copper, the industrial metal, is also known as Dr. Copper -- because of its alleged ability to predict the economy. But copper prices have had another interesting correlation -- for the past 40 years! -- Watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor Mark Galasiewski explain in his new video.

Shh! What’s That “Crunch”?

The modern economy runs on credit – and lately, credit volumes have been shrinking at a rate not seen since the Great Recession of 2008-09. The “credit crunch “ is well underway -- see for yourself in one chart that Murray Gunn, our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor, shows you in his new video.

How “Insane Optimism” is at Work in the Stock Market

These two signs of extreme stock-market optimism telegraph a clear message. Learn about them, as well as how you can access the market’s Elliott wave structure via monthly and hourly charts.

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Soars to 8-Month High: What's Not to Love... Now?

When 2022 ended in a bust for Apple Inc. (its stock closed the year out at an 18-month low), mainstream experts could see one way forward: down. But our analysis showed much more; namely, how far prices would fall and when the time to fall back in love with AAPL would arise. Get the full scoop today.


News Can Be Useful to Traders

News fools traders every day. The news is good, but stocks fall. The news is bad, but the market rallies. There is a better way to use the news. Discover how in this excerpt from our new Elliott Wave Theorist.

Is “Cooling Inflation” Bullish for Bitcoin?

A recent news article mentioned that the price of bitcoin was given a push higher by the prospects for "cooling inflation." But does inflation news really determine the cryptocurrency's price action? Here's what you need to know.

Stocks: Sell in May – or Before?

Should you take the old market saying "Sell in May and go away" seriously? You might be interested in knowing that the genesis of this saying goes back centuries. Here's some of the background.

What This Chart Says About the Health of the U.S. Economy

Recession dead ahead? Our Head of Global Research walks you through a chart of gold relative to oil, and explains its implications for the U.S. economy.

Financial Advisors Take Heat for Market Losses (Will Anger Intensify?)

Financial advisors are no doubt well-intentioned, but the cookie-cutter guidance of 60% stocks / 40% bonds was a fiasco in 2022. Many investors who followed that strategy are still fuming. Elliott Wave International urges independent thinking for the remainder of 2023 -- and beyond.


China’s CSI 300: Why the Rally Was in the… Waves

China's tech stocks have soared since their last November low. Was there a way to predict it? Yes -- watch our Global Market Perspective contributor Mark Galasiewski walk you through the Elliott wave pattern in China's CSI 300 Information Technology Index to explain the bullish setup.


Everything, Everywhere; All at Once

Bonds are supposed to be a safe haven that you buy into -- and forget about. But, as you know, bonds have been anything but boring lately. And -- yes, there WAS a way to expect a drop in bond prices and the corresponding jump in yields/interest rates. See the "before and after" chart in this excerpt from our new, April Financial Forecast.


Watching NIKKEI, Watching Yen: Here’s Why

Japan's NIKKEI 225 has gone sideways for over a year, but now there's a reason to expect a "breakout" says our Asian-Pacific Short Term Update editor Chris Carolan in his new video update -- watch.

Explosive Rise in Stock Market Volatility! Why It May Be Ahead

Options which expire within 24 hours have increased in popularity. The lack of time premium makes them highly sensitive to price changes. Learn how this relates to the CBOE Volatility Index (Wall Street's fear gauge).