How to Identify the Market Trend

Fundamental analysis versus Elliott wave analysis: the winner for predicting the 9-year long commodity bear market is clear. 95% of traders fail. It’s a day-drinking, country-music kind of statistic. Think: “Friends in Sell-Low, Buy-High Places.” One article attempts to quantify the reasons, citing: “SCIENTIST DISCOVERED WHY MOST TRADERS LOSE MONEY — 24 SURPRISING STATISTICS.” See… Read more How to Identify the Market Trend

FED follows the market lead

Back in December, Elliot Wave International wrote an article titled “Interest Rates Win Again as Fed Follows Market.” In the piece, it was noted that while most experts believe that central banks set interest rates, it’s actually the other way around—the market leads, and the Fed follows. They pointed out that the December rate hike… Read more FED follows the market lead

Why Oil Prices Fell

Why Oil Prices Fell — Stockpiles or Price Pattern? You be the judge… Let’s cut right to the chart below. The shaded triangle highlights the dramatic price action in crude oil prices on August 15, when crude plummeted 3% to its lowest level in over nine weeks. Now, according to the mainstream experts, the number… Read more Why Oil Prices Fell

US dollar Elliott waves

See the signs that could’ve helped you nail two junctures in the greenback’s trend The legendary football coach Vince Lombardi believed that a winning team is built on mastering the game’s basics — so much so that at the start of the season he would “remind” veteran players, “Gentlemen, this is a football.” Lombardi would… Read more US dollar Elliott waves

Is The Bitcoin Bubble Popping?

“I Wouldn’t Touch Bitcoin, Risk of Collapse Too Big” Bitcoin’s 50% crash was not entirely unexpected “Wild” doesn’t begin to describe Bitcoin’s price action. This spring, it traded as low as $1200. Last week, BTC futures topped $20,000. Yesterday (December 21), in an article by newsmax.com, Elliott Prechter warned about Bitcoin’s future: Elliott Prechter: I… Read more Is The Bitcoin Bubble Popping?