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.
Down more than 25%, the NASDAQ is "officially" in bear-market territory. "Big whoop" as they used to say -- some of the hi-tech darlings have already been cut in half and then some. Bet the folks down 50% or more in their so-called investments are glad to hear they're "official." And now Bitcoin, the King of Cryptos, has hit an "air pocket" of its own and fallen below $30,000. Wonder if that's officially a bear market, too? This excerpt from our new, May Financial Forecast explains how it all fits together.
U.S., China, Russia, Bitcoin, bonds, commodities... The global economy is changing fast, so take half-an-hour right now to view the landscape from 30,000 feet and see risks and opportunities ahead with our Head of Global Research. You get more than just a look at Elliott wave patterns -- you'll see how it all fits together in this moment in history. (Recorded on March 24, 2022, for Money Show Virtual Expo.)
Markets progress in a basic pattern of 5 Elliott waves in the direction of the main trend and 3 waves against it. So, spotting the end of a wave 5 is key information. But how? Watch our European Short Term Update show you how he applied Elliott waves to a chart of Marks & Spencer plc during the stock's recent rally -- and the subsequent 46% sell-off.
During previous crises, the Federal Reserve and other central banks would step in with money printing. Now, their ability to do so is compromised as consumer price inflation is raging. Watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor touch on where that leaves corporate bonds as he gives you a preview of the new, April issue.
A lot of European investors are asking the question in the headline right now. Watch our European Financial Forecast editor give you a preview of the new, April issue as he touches on the recent price action in the stock of the London Stock Exchange and nickel.
Price patterns on the charts of widely traded financial markets are repetitive, hence, those patterns offer "predictive value." Learn how this applies to Bitcoin.
There are many stock market indicators -- some more popular than others. Here's one that may be overlooked by many investors, yet it provided a big clue to the DAX's approaching 2007 top. Learn why this indicator is currently relevant.
A lot of young adults quit their jobs during the past year in what has been termed the "Great Resignation." Get insights into how this ties in with the stock market, plus get an update on how many of those who walked away from their jobs feel now.
Many market observers believe oil shocks have a big influence on the direction of the stock market. However, if these observers would examine the evidence, here is what they'd find.
The "Tulip Mania" mindset of 17th century Holland may be playing out again. Take a look at a sector that may have started a big crash.
It's a myth that in bear markets there are more sellers than buyers; sellers are simply more committed. So, looking at the two large groups of investors -- Commercials and Large Speculators -- who appears to be more committed to the downside right now? Our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor explains -- and outlines the implications.
Real market forecasting attempts to predict the next move before the news, even without any news. Watch our Head of Global Strategy walk you through the chart of Germany's DAX index to show how Elliott waves were ahead of the recent sell-off -- and before the Russia-Ukraine war.
Financial markets often move in the opposite direction from the prevailing sentiment, especially when sentiment reaches an extreme. Learn how this applies to Bitcoin.
You hear a lot about NATO in the news lately. Watch our European analyst Brian Whitmer touch on how NATO's strength correlates with social mood and how the alliance might fare in a bear market -- and tell you what else he covers in the new, March European Financial Forecast in this preview short video.
Despite the fact that stocks of electric car makers (looking at you, TSLA) are down significantly over the past year -- some as much as 93% (looking at you, Lordstown Motors) -- investors' reaction has been "curious," says our Financial Forecast co-editor while giving you a sneak peek into the new, March issue.