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.
After a four-month sideways trend, the Invesco Commodity Index ETF shot up in September on the way to its highest level since late 2014. See the chart and forecast that anticipated the big move.
"Mortgage-backed securities" is a phrase that sends shivers down the spine of investors who remember the 2008 financial crisis. MBB is an ETF that tracks these securities -- watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor walk you through MBB's 10-year wave pattern to see what's likely next.
The Dollar-Swiss currency pair unfolded in a clear Elliott Wave pattern that helped us alert Currency Pro Service subscribers to the opportunity the turn presented. See the forecast and pattern for yourself, now.
Some traders say that the classic "Heads and Shoulders" chart pattern has a "low success rate." But see how well H&S can work as a reversal formation -- and watch our Currency Pro Service editor show you how to boost H&S probability with wave analysis.
This year has seen Ethereum, the #2 cryptocurrency, outperform Bitcoin to become mainstream's "top crypto investment with the most upside." Elliott wave analysis saw Ethereum's upside potential, too... but one year ago! Here's how, and here's what we see next.
The discoverer of the Wave Principle, R.N. Elliott, considered Fibonacci numbers its mathematical basis. Taking it one step further, this practical lesson shows you what Fibonacci clusters are and how to use them to identify high-confidence Elliott wave price targets. (In focus: wheat prices.)
Bitcoin's trend in 2021 shows how volatile crypto markets are. Yet volatility is when Elliott Wave patterns are usually the most clear: See it for yourself in the rally that began on September 21st.
When the U.S. Dollar recently hit a 3-year high vs. the Japanese Yen, the financial media explained "why" by trotting out a 5-month old story and calling it "news." We have a better explanation: See the chart and forecast for yourself.
The trend in the euro has a LOT to do with the question in the headline, because EUR is the biggest component of the U.S. Dollar Index. Watch our Currency Pro Service editor walk you through several forex charts and explain how he arrives at the answer.
Near Bitcoin's record high of $64,000 back in April, the mainstream expected more highs ahead, based on "market fundamentals." Instead, Bitcoin crashed to $28,000. Now that it's nearing the record high again, the same voices are bullish... again. Now take an objective look at Bitcoin's trend, courtesy our Crypto Pro Service editor.
U.S. Treasury yields aren't the only ones that have been rising. Just like here in the U.S., you can find a lot of "fundamental" explanations for the moves in UK bonds. But watch how an Elliott wave pattern warned of these developments as the recent push up was just starting.
Despite all the "inflation" talk this year, crude oil declined in July and August. Each market has a life of its own -- so here's a look at our crude forecast in the September and October issues of Global Market Perspective.
October has seen crude oil soar above $80 per barrel for the first time since 2014. The uptrend has caught many "flat-footed," including a certain world leader. Elliott wave analysis, however, set the stage for skyrocketing oil -- last November.
Stock market bottoms are usually sharp and fast -- think the March 2020 bottom. Tops, by contrast, are drawn-out affairs. Watch our Global Market Strategist walk you through a series of charts in U.S. and European markets to see why this is relevant today.
In late January 2021, Alcoa stock was not a favorite on Wall Street: It was an "underperformer." But in the months that followed, Alcoa outperformed its sector peers and the stock market overall. See the forecast that saw the rally coming, in Chart of the Day.