You can use Elliott wave analysis to help you trade the markets objectively. It helps you identify trends and turning points, find realistic price targets and manage risk with precise stop-loss levels -- putting you miles ahead of other traders.
Just when you thought there'd been every possible adaptation of the Marvel comics movie franchise, we've thought of one more: A Marvel installment based on financial market analysis.
September 2019 saw Bitcoin fall 20%, its largest monthly decline since November 2018. See for yourself how Elliott wave analysis anticipated the turn before price went south.
Technical market analysis doesn't have to be complicated, the long-time editor of our Trader's Classroom tells his subscribers. Watch Jeffrey Kennedy show you a simple bar chart pattern you can start using today to spot trend reversals. (Markets: GOLD; SIRI, ROKU.)
You probably know that Elliott wave analysis has three strict rules, plus a handful of guidelines. When you apply them to price charts, you can set realistic price targets -- short- or long-term. Watch as our monthly Global Market Perspective contributor shows you how.
Want to see how a real options trader uses Elliott waves to spot new opportunities?
We pulled this recording from a recent live trading webinar hosted by our friend and fellow Elliott waver, Todd Gordon.
Less than six months ago, Canopy Growth Corp. stock was soaring high; hitting an all-time high above $52 in April.
It has since dropped below $20/share. What happened? And, more importantly, what's next?
From Oct. 1st thru Oct. 11th, our U.S. Intraday Stocks Pro Service twice saw a 5-up, 3-down Elliott Wave pattern. Now you can see them too, and what we said at the time.
There are some basic rules to follow when you put Elliott wave labels on a price chart. Watch this quick clip for a few simple dos and don’ts. (Market in focus: Starbucks, SBUX).
This week saw a huge move in the Dow Industrials: What did we say, and when did we say it? Watch for yourself and get the answer, in Chart of the Day.
After a months-long decline in silver, we put subscribers on the right side of the trend. Then as silver was hours away from ending a 30-plus-percent rally, we put subscribers on the right side of the trend AGAIN. See it for yourself, right now.
Does "supply deficit" explain the recent bull move in palladium? Good question -- and you'll know the answer simply by looking at palladium's price chart, in this Chart of the Day.
"Technical analysis does not have to be complicated," says our Trader's Classroom editor. In this 12-minute clip from a recent lesson, watch Jeffrey Kennedy show you how simple a classic chart pattern, Head & Shoulders, can be. (Stocks in focus: CMG, NOC, TWTR, WWE).
February 2018 was huge for the EURUSD. Headlines then were bearish the euro, bullish the dollar. Yet we saw that peak for what it was, and price unfolded as forecast for 18 months. See it here (plus what may be next) in Chart of the Day.
On Friday, September 13 -- before the attack on Saudi oil processing -- Commodity Junctures editor Jeffrey Kennedy forecast the move higher in crude prices. See the chart and forecast for yourself.