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.
Learn about a sentiment indicator that provided “signals” during the market peak years of 1973, 2000 and 2007. Find out why this indicator is may be useful here in 2020.
You've heard the saying, "the trend is your friend." Sure, but how do you know the trend? Watch our Asian-Pacific Short Term Update editor show you how to combine Keltner Channel with Elliott waves to answer this question. (Nikkei, Hang Seng, Singapore and Jakarta Composite in focus).
July 28 was the birthday of Ralph N. Elliott, the discoverer of the Wave Principle, so we decided to pay tribute by sharing one of his key stock market observations. See how it applies here in 2020.
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You’ve probably noticed that the small branches of a tree look similar to the big ones. Nature is replete with fractals, such as rivers and their tributaries, blood vessels and so on. The price charts of financial markets are also fractals. Here’s what this means for investors and traders…
Investor sentiment is one of the bedrocks of market trends. A sub-trend of the broad sentiment is that of "the little guy," the small traders. Watch our Global Market Strategist explain what the current "little guy" sentiment tells you about the market's next move.
Many professional financial observers have opined that the stock market bottom is in. Yes, stocks have rallied since March 23, however, the return of this sentiment should give investors pause.
Learning the Elliott Wave Principle might seem daunting. But in this video, you'll discover that just about anyone can count waves--even a third grader. If you're new to the Wave Principle or just want to brush up on the basics, you'll find yourself spotting patterns within minutes as you learn the building blocks of Elliott with a child, a college student and an expert.
A time-tested stock-market indicator proved highly useful less than two weeks before the historic 2007 top. Learn about this indicator and why it’s especially relevant now. Here’s a chart for your review.
A significant development has been unfolding in the precious metals market. An important ratio has jumped to a record high and this could serve as a major warning. See the chart for yourself.
Each Elliott wave sports its own characteristics. Learn about the wave that usually generates “the greatest volume and price movement.” This chart shows that wave in action.
Today, a huge government and central bank fiscal stimulus is what almost everyone sees as the way out. But watch our Head of Global Research show an example from the Great Depression era that tells a different story.
Stocks that lead higher off a bear-market low often continue to outperform their peers going forward. Watch our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor show you examples using TEAM, BABA and more.
On February 2, before the pandemic crashed ashore in Europe and the US, EWI’s Steven Hochberg and Peter Kendall chatted with David Keller of StockCharts.com. It was a lively, friendly, prescient interview.