image_pdfimage_print

From “1:5 to 5:1 in 35 Years” – The Long March AWAY from Safety

When market psychology finally turns, it will turn HARD. You can be ready: See what the market’s Elliott wave picture can do for you — today. 3 Videos + 8 Charts = Opportunities You Need to See. Join this free event hosted by Elliott Wave International and you’ll get a clear picture of what’s next in a variety of U.S. markets. After seeing these videos and charts you will be ready to jump on opportunities and sidestep risks in some major markets. This free report (a $29 value) will present a unique outlook and give you a new perspective on […]

Read More

Trading Forex with Elliott Doesn’t Have to be Complicated

Watch a simple lesson on Elliott waves from Chief Currency Strategist Jim Martens Understanding the Wave principle doesn’t have to be hard. In fact, as you’ll see in this 5-minute clip, learning from EWI’s Chief Currency Strategist Jim Martens can be downright entertaining. Watch as the 30-year veteran analyst explains how learning to use Elliott waves can be as simple as counting to 5 and knowing your A-B-Cs! While it’s true that forex trading can be complex, Jim Martens uses the Wave Principle’s rules and guidelines to make it easier. [Note: We’ve just launched new dates for our popular FX […]

Read More

Here’s Why Stocks and Home Runs Are at All-Time Highs

Swinging for the fences

By Alan Hall, senior analyst at the Socionomics Institute Why in the world would Major League Baseball home run statistics track the U.S. stock market? It’s tempting to dismiss such a finding as a wild coincidence or a fluke, but as you can see in the chart, the relationship between the two has persisted for nearly 150 years. What’s more, it gets even stronger if you add strikeouts into the mix. Most hitters and pitchers don’t check stock tickers before swinging and flinging, and most stock investors don’t check baseball stats before buying and selling. So what’s the connection? The […]

Read More

U.S. Stocks: A Sentiment Extreme You MUST Pay Attention to

Here’s what it’s telling you about this bull market Robert Kelley, the editor of our US Stocks Intraday Pro Service, tells you about a sentiment extreme that he’s seen recently. Watch this new interview to find out what has caught his attention and what they mean for U.S. stocks going forward. Learn to Use Sentiment to Time Your Investments Better In this 14-minute video, you’ll learn how to combine Elliott wave analysis with extremes in market sentiment to reliably anticipate turning points in the markets. EWI Chief Market Analyst Steve Hochberg explains using an example in gold. Get instant access […]

Read More

Stock Market Optimism Approaches Days of Roman Empire

If there’s ever been a time to resist the impulse to follow the investing crowd, now is that time. Large speculators are making a bet that’s four times larger than what they made in January 2008. Take a look at this chart. Learn to Use Extremes in Optimism to Time Your Investments Better In this 14-minute video, you’ll learn how to combine Elliott wave analysis with extremes in market sentiment to reliably anticipate turning points in the markets. EWI Chief Market Analyst Steve Hochberg explains using an example in gold. Get instant access This article was syndicated by Elliott Wave […]

Read More

Buy and Hold” … and Investing is Easy

By Elliott Wave International 3 Videos + 8 Charts = Opportunities You Need to See. Join this free event hosted by Elliott Wave International and you’ll get a clear picture of what’s next in a variety of U.S. markets. After seeing these videos and charts you will be ready to jump on opportunities and sidestep risks in some major markets. This free report (a $29 value) will present a unique outlook and give you a new perspective on the markets you won’t get anywhere else. Get your FREE report now – for a limited time! This article was syndicated by […]

Read More

How to Tell the “Size of the Forming Top” in U.S. Stocks

Why these “trivial” indicators are actually historic red flags By Elliott Wave International Many investors see almost no risk in the stock market. Indeed, they are betting to a record degree that the stock market will continue to rise. In EWI’s view, here’s what this extreme financial optimism strongly suggests. Learn to Use Sentiment to Time Your Investments Better In this 14-minute video, you’ll learn how to combine Elliott wave analysis with extremes in market sentiment to reliably anticipate turning points in the markets. EWI Chief Market Analyst Steve Hochberg explains using an example in gold. Get instant access This […]

Read More

Deflation Basics Series: The Quantity Theory of Money

Here’s our challenge. In order to be aware of the investment pitfalls and opportunities that deflation can bring, we must first understand the basic elements of why it occurs. So our challenge is to try and make monetary economics, a subject that most people would find duller than watching paint dry on a wall, understandable and, dare I say it, fun! It’s a big ask but we like a test, and so here is the first in our Deflation Basics Series — The Quantity Theory of Money. The Quantity Theory of Money (QTM for short) is the very essence of […]

Read More

12 Real-Life Techniques That Will Make You a Better Trader Now

5 Free Elliott Wave Videos Elliott Wave International (EWI) have just released a free video-based resource, “12 Real-Life Techniques That Will Make You a Better Trader Now.” Over 5 free videos, EWI’s Master Instructor Jeffrey Kennedy gives you 12 battle-tested trading tips — 100% free. These free lessons will help you understand the steps you should always take to capitalize on new market opportunities. You’ll learn: The 5 Core Elliott Wave Patterns The Importance of Trend, Pattern, Momentum, and Candlesticks. The Importance of Patience When’s the Best Time to “Pull the Trigger”? How to Manage Your Position Watch these free […]

Read More

What Happens When the Fed FINALLY Reduces Its $4.5 Trillion Balance Sheet?

Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Credit index yield spread

So, there we have it. Deflation has started. The Federal Reserve announced last month that they would start to reduce their $4.5 trillion balance sheet in October, thereby starting the process we call Quantitative Tightening (QT). As expected, they are aiming to do it gently and quietly, by not reinvesting bonds as they mature, starting with sums of around $6 billion of Treasuries and $4 billion in Mortgage-Backed Securities (MBS). The scale of non-reinvestment will gradually increase. Once in full swing, the Fed’s balance sheet could reduce by up to $150 billion each quarter. Conventional analysis might conclude that the […]

Read More