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A Method Traders Can Use to Confirm an Elliott Wave Count

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By Elliott Wave International When you are watching a pattern develop on a chart, how can you be sure that your Elliott wave count is correct? Elliott Wave International’s Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy spent years designing his own technique to improve his accuracy. He came up with the Kennedy Channeling Technique, which he uses to confirm his wave counts. The following excerpt from Jeffrey’s Trader’s Classroom lessons offers an overview of his method. Get more trading lessons from Jeffrey in his popular free eBook, The Best of Trader’s Classroom. My theory is simple: Five waves break down into three channels, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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On Bulls and Bears, and the Delicate Balance Between Them

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  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 Elliott Wave International […]

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Here’s Why the Time to Worry About the “Fear Index” is NOW, Not Later

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The stock market’s next big downleg… will bring with it a jaw-dropping surge in volatility that should ultimately set records.   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 […]

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Why 2 of U.S. Dollar’s Recent Bottoms Have 1 Thing In Common

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In 2009 and 2014, a simple chart pattern enabled us to turn bullish the dollar, just in time for HUGE rallies. Learn to use this pattern now. Imagine you’re on an airplane, mid-air, when the intercom from the cockpit accidentally turns on. You and the entire cabin crew overhear the pilot say this to his copilot: “I know we’re heading northeast at 430 mph. But… I have no idea when or where I’m supposed to land.” That’s when you cough up your bag of peanuts! Dramatic? Sure. Imaginary? Yes. But it also highlights the real limits of mainstream financial analysis, […]

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Deflation Watch: Key Economic Measures Turn South

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A developing deflationary trend hinders the economic “recovery” Lots of media stories say the Federal Reserve is weighing signs of economic strength to see if the economy is ripe for higher interest rates. In truth, economic weakness has appeared on various fronts. Such as, for example, the financial health of U.S. companies. Profits for US companies are expected to decline over two consecutive quarters for the first time in six years… . Not since the aftermath of the financial crisis have S&P 500 companies recorded two straight quarters of falling profits on a year-over-year basis. Financial Times, March 6 Elliott […]

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Tech bubble: Different this time?

Tech bubble: Different this time? Editor’s note: This article is from Elliott Wave International’s brand-new investment report, “U.S. Investors Face a Giant, Historic Bubble.” It originally appeared in the April issue of The Elliott Wave Financial Forecast, published March 27, 2015. For a limited-time, EWI has agreed to give our readers exclusive free access to the full report. Please click here to read it now. In March, we covered the return to a popular fascination with technology. The striking resemblance to 2000’s technology mania is not going unnoticed. How can it? With the NASDAQ’s much heralded return to 5000 and […]

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Are You Prepared for a Rare Economic Deflation?

Are You Prepared for a Rare Economic Deflation? In 2002, Robert Prechter wrote Conquer the Crash to warn the world about the prospects of deflation. In the January 2003 Elliott Wave Theorist, Prechter remarked: The loneliness of the unequivocal and bearish deflationist is hard to overstate. When I … Read more on Elliott Wave Gold Is Unloved But Still Not Cheap Fundamentally, inflation is simply not a concern for anyone in most developed economies. Central banks are still fighting disinflationary forces and deflationist psychology, both lingering from the financial crisis. In “Low Inflation in a World of … Read more […]

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