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Are you looking for Stock Market Technical Analysis solutions? Looking for tools to use in your everyday or weekly, or monthly decision no matter how often you trade? Or, are you looking to learn more about the stock market and technical indicators? Have you lost money in the 2000 and 2008 bubble busts too? Keep reading if you want to improve your results.

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Why is Gold Falling?

Gold and silver have been THE financial news in recent weeks. The coverage began during mid-April's three-day price decline, but the real precious metals story goes back further than that. Since 2011, gold and silver have declined more than 30% and 50%, respectively. Continue reading to learn more, or get ahead of the trend by reading this urgent report now. (a free download)

Volatile price action is a surprise to most investors most of the time.

That's definitely true of precious metals in the past 30 days. But, the real story is far bigger than just one month. In fact, gold and silver have seen declines of more than 30% and 50%, respectively, since 2011. Now that's news!

If you invest in precious metals, you owe it to yourself to read this brand-new report, Bob Prechter's Big 5 Gold Warnings for Bulls and Bears, from Elliott Wave International.

Inside the new report, you'll learn the truth about:

1) Central Bank Buying
2) Fed Inflating
3) The "Crisis Hedge" Argument
4) The "Gold is Cheap" Argument
5) The Conviction that Post-Peak Lows were Support

Follow this link to learn more about Bob Prechter's Big 5 Gold Warnings for Bulls and Bears and get your very own copy now for free

Bernanke is printing, why is OIL falling?

In July 2008, when crude oil prices were at $148 a barrel and "peak oil" bulls were forecasting a rise to $200, even $300 a barrel, contrarian technical analyst Robert Prechter took the opposite stance: "One of the greatest commodity tops of all time is due very soon," he wrote in his June 2008 Elliott Wave Theorist. By December 2008, a barrel of oil cost just $32.

In recent months, the "peak oil" bulls are back to their same old forecasts from 2008: T. Boone Pickens: Oil Could Hit $148 Per Barrel - CNBC, April 3, 2012

Are such forecasts more valid now than they were then? You can now read Prechter's big-picture outlook on the oil markets in a newly released report. Follow this link to download 26-page oil report now -- it's free for a limited time.

Moving Averages

Elliott Wave International (EWI) has just released a free 10-page trading eBook: How You Can Find High-Confidence Trading Opportunities Using Moving Averages, by Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy.

Moving averages are one of the most widely-used methods of technical analysis because they are simple to use, and they work. Now you can learn how to apply them to your trading and investing in this free eBook. Let EWI's Jeffrey Kennedy teach you step-by-step how moving averages can help you find high-confidence trading opportunities. Jeffrey's trading eBooks have been downloaded thousands of times because he knows how to take complex trading methods and teach them in a way you can immediately understand and apply. You'll be amazed at how quickly you can benefit from Moving Averages with just this quick, 10-page lesson.

Improve your trades with Moving Averages!

How to Spot Trading Opportunities

Elliott Wave International has released a free 47-Page eBook, How to Spot Trading Opportunities. Created from the $129 two-volume set of the same name, it's available free. Learn more.

What if you could look at a chart and see the potential trading opportunities?

Elliott Wave International (EWI), the world’s largest market forecasting firm, has just released a free eBook to teach you exactly that. How to Spot Trading Opportunities features 47 pages of easy-to-understand trading techniques that help you identify high-confidence trade setups. Senior EWI Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy will show you how some of the simplest rules and guidelines have some of the most powerful applications for trading.

Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to learn how to find opportunities in the markets you follow.

Download How to Spot Trading Opportunities now

 

Why is the Stock Market Falling?

Earnings was good. European debt problem has always been there while the market marched up. S&P credit rating downgrade of the US government was not a surprise. But the market has been going down and down relentlessly for the last month. What happened? The answer may shock you: News, events and earnings do not drive stocks! So, what does? To understand what drives the stock market, you need to join us at ElliotWave.com - Download the 33-page Market Myths Exposed eBook now. And to have an idea about where the market is going, make sure to read the free stock market report:

Credit Crisis in Europe

Europe's debt crisis began in Greece then leaked into Ireland -- but it won't stop there, warns a new report from Elliott Wave International's European analyst Brian Whitmer.

Whitmer first alerted his subscribers to the still-developing European crisis back in December 2009, when he warned that a set of troubling events across Europe were signaling the entire continent was on edge. Then in February, when the modern-day Greek tragedy appeared to be contained by all media accounts, our friends at EWI anticipated yet another wave of debt woes across Europe. Here's what Whitmer wrote on Feb. 26:

  • "Greece's woes aren't over, and neither are its neighbors, meaning that more surprises are sure to come."

Whitmer has been anticipating and tracking the growing debt crisis in Greece, Ireland Spain, Portugal and other European nations. His analysis is so valuable and so timely right now that EWI has decided to give you their latest paid analysis on Europe in a new free report, " Credit Crisis in Europe: How the Stability of an Entire Region is Teetering on the Edge of a Major Collapse."

Even if you don't invest in Europe, developments in these European countries can have a big impact on your portfolio. This explosive 6-page report helps you prepare for the crisis in Europe, and it's jam-packed with forecasts and analysis originally published for EWI's paying subscribers. For the REAL story on Europe -- independent from media assumptions and conjecture -- read this prescient new report from EWI.

Download your free report, "Credit Crisis in Europe: How the Stability of an Entire Region is Teetering on the Edge of a Major Collapse."

Europe's Debt Crisis

Still Enough Time to "Conquer the Crash?"

Why a New York Times Bestseller Remains Relevant Now

"If you were fortunate enough to have read the first edition of Robert Prechter's Conquer the Crash, your money was safe and sound as stocks, real estate, commodities and many bonds plummeted."
Conquer the Crash, 2nd edition, (quote from inside book sleeve)

The New York Times bestseller Conquer the Crash published in 2002: As the quote above suggests, Bob Prechter advised readers to avoid risky assets and embrace cash and cash equivalents.

But did the 2007-2009 declines represent all of the bear market? And is the "Great Recession" over?

Many financial commentators believe the answer to both questions is "yes." The latest Elliott Wave Theorist reports on attitudes toward the rally of the past two years:

  • "...sentiment measures today do not indicate caution, skepticism and disbelief but rather multi-year extremes in optimism among five sets of market players: individual investors, futures traders, options traders, newsletter advisors and mutual fund managers."

Regarding the economic outlook, the March Elliott Wave Financial Forecast notes a recent business story headline which reads, "Good Times Ahead." The story quotes a top banker saying, "Businesses have plenty of capital and are starting to expand again."

The same issue of the Financial Forecast also reminded subscribers that the fear of inflation remains widespread:

  • "When Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke touched on the 'politically volatile subject of inflation' in [recent] Congressional testimony, the blogosphere erupted with proclamations about runaway prices across the board. Here's one sample, 'There can be only one possible result. Inflation of everything we use is going to explode.'"

Yet Robert Prechter has another perspective on market optimism, a business climate "turnaround," and notions of runaway inflation. That is why he updated the second edition of Conquer the Crash to include 188 new pages.

These new pages include "updated lists of banks, insurers and Treasury-only money market funds in the U.S., top-rated for safety."

More than ever, Prechter emphasizes safety. In a word, it's the key to conquering a severe market downturn. Follow the advice about safety in CTC, 2nd edition, and you'll be better prepared for a deflationary depression.

Elliott Wave International has put together a FREE, 8-lesson report based on Conquer the Crash, 2nd edition. This free, 42-page report can help you prepare for the future -- financially and economically!

Why not read "8-Lesson: Conquer the Crash Collection"? It's FREE!

Become a member of Club EWI (membership is also free), and you'll have immediate access to "8 Lesson: Conquer the Crash Collection." Just follow this link and you're on your way to financial peace of mind.

Market Myths Exposed - Free Download

You’ve no doubt heard the old mantras: “stocks for the long haul,” “diversify,” “buy and hold.”

Investment gurus worldwide repeat them daily. But are these strategies really wise for ALL markets? Can advice that sounds so simple (but so vague) be useful to you as an investor?

Anyone who diversified their portfolios across several stocks, bonds and commodities over the past three years knows that diversification is no foolproof way to profit. The same goes for individuals who decided to buy and hold the S&P index 10 years ago, they're barely at breakeven, even after the recent rally. Many individual stocks have never come back from the drop in 2008-2009.

During the mania - when the trend was almost always up - virtually anything had a good chance to go higher. Investors ignored advice that cautioned against risk, because there was always someone lucking into a moon shot during the insanity. The S&P index itself – followed by the NASDAQ and other markets – sat at the center of the mania. Back then, simply being in an index often outperformed other popular strategies. That's not the case any more.

Our friends over at Elliott Wave International have just released an ebook to help you recognize and avoid bad investment advice forever. EWI's 33-page Market Myths Exposed eBook takes the 10 most dangerous investment myths head on and exposes the truth about each one in a way every investor can understand.

You will uncover important myths about the safety of your bank deposits, earnings reports, investing in bubbles, small stocks, inflation and deflation, speculation and more.

Download the 33-page Market Myths Exposed eBook now.

The Next Major Disaster Developing for Bond Holders

If you have money in mutual funds, Treasury bonds, municipal bonds or high-yield bonds, Robert Prechter has just issued a crystal-clear warning for you: Your money could be at risk.

Prechter, the famed market forecaster who specializes in Elliott wave analysis, sent similar warnings about the Nasdaq in 2000, real estate in 2006, the blue chips in 2007 and commodities in 2008. His forecasts proved deadly accurate.

In trademark fashion, Prechter now has his readers focused on something most mainstream investors, analysts and advisors are taking for granted: the safety and stability of the bond market.

Why worry about the safety of bonds, you ask? A recent USA Today article reported that investors put a "record-shattering" net $376 billion into bond mutual funds in 2009, and individual investors and mutual funds are "still showing the love" in 2010.

After such explosive growth, Prechter says bond investors have been pushed to the edge of a mile-high cliff. Millions of investors are just one step away from tumbling over the edge.

If your hard-earned savings are exposed to the developing risks in these markets, you owe it to yourself to heed Prechter's urgent warning.

Download your free 10-page report: The Next Major Disaster Developing for Bond Holders.

ETF Trading Alerts

Elliott Wave International’s Wayne Stough adds another Flash opportunity service to the line-up: ETFs

Every trader or active investor at times wishes they could pick the brain of a pro that has "pulled the trigger" on real-money trades before.

EWI Director of Analysis Wayne Stough is one of these pros. For several years, several times per month, he's been alerting his Flash service subscribers to opportunities in futures markets.

And now, there is a new addition to the Flash service line-up: ETF Opportunity Flash. We caught up with Wayne in his office and asked him a few questions:

What method do you use when looking for high-probability trade set-ups?

Wayne Stough: My main approach is The Elliott Wave Principle. I look for clean, precise wave counts - usually ones that other analysts can confirm, so there is a general consensus on market direction. Once the market meets my other criteria for a high-confidence trade, I send out a Flash recommendation to my subscribers.

How do you define a "high-confidence" trade?

That's a good question, because no market forecast is ever guaranteed, whether you use Elliott or some other forecasting method. Having said that, there are definitely moments when probabilities (or odds, if you will) strongly suggest a particular move. For example -- and this is just basic Elliott -- the Wave Principle says that markets move in a series of five waves in the direction of the larger trend (labeled on a chart 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) and three waves against the trend (labeled A, B, C). Also, there are certain proportions between these waves that markets often adhere to. So whether I'm counting a 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 pattern in a rally or a decline (i.e., in a bull or bear market), I focus on where the fifth wave should end, according to Elliott wave guidelines.

Once I've identified that price termination point, it becomes a matter of waiting for the market to get there. Fifth waves come at the end of the pattern and are usually weaker than third waves. So once I see certain technical indicators diverging (e.g. the RSI), my confidence grows: We are near the end of the pattern, and prices are about to reverse. That's just one example of a high-confidence situation. But I do suggest a protective stop with every new Flash alert, in case the forecast doesn't come true.

Are you aiming for a particular percentage gain?

Absolutely. When I send a Flash alert, I'm typically looking for a 3-to-1 ratio, at a minimum.

Does that always work out?

No. I monitor the recommendation for warning signals that let me know when a different scenario is unfolding in the charts. In those cases, I send out another Flash alert suggesting to lower or raise the stop-loss level, or exit the recommendation entirely.

They say you love the S&P Mini as a trading vehicle. Why?

I'd put it differently. I have traded the S&P for a long time, I understand that market's nuances, and I like the leverage and volatility. But while the S&P comes naturally to me, I've also made many Flash recommendations on other markets, like gold and currencies. So, a better way would be to say that I love any market that gives me the desired risk-reward ratio. Now I'm also "looking for love" among various ETFs.

Special Introductory Offer: Sign up for ETF Opportunity Flash now and have 2nd month FREE. Get details here.

If traders expect a bear market, should they still consider Flash Services?

Absolutely. I think we're at the cusp of something very big in the stock market. And this is the time to act. Just keep in mind that speculating in severe bear markets (or during extreme volatility) carries additional risks. So be sure you do your research and know how your financial instruments behave under these conditions. And anyone who chooses to trade in this environment must only risk the money they absolutely can afford to lose.

Who do you think should consider subscribing to EWI's Flash Services -- including the newest addition, the ETF Flash?

Anyone who has some risk capital but not enough time or experience to find their own opportunities. Anyone who understands and accepts the fact that when you bet your money, there will be winners and losers. (Sometimes more of one than the other.) Anyone who knows better than to risk all their capital on a single recommendation; the old "all eggs in one basket" situation. I think in terms of quarters: I want all my subscribers smiling at the end of a quarter.

Elliott Wave International’s ETF Opportunity Flash service now brings you potential high-probability opportunities in exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Don't miss this special offer.

Technial Analysis Handbook - Free Download

Today more and more investors are warming to the fact that psychology moves markets and therefore fundamental analysis, which fails to properly measure mass investor psychology, must be flawed.

Who can blame them? After all, fundamental analysis - based on past company earnings, rating agency projections and the like - proved to be of little value during the bust.

But there is a better way.

Many investors who monitor investor sentiment readings, study Elliott wave patterns and employ other powerful technical indicators were, at very least, able to position themselves to survive the recent decline. Still others were able to turn crisis into opportunity and profit from the volatility. How did they do it?

Technical analysis.

Stock market technical indicators remove the cloudy, bias-driven assumptions from your analysis and focus on the one thing that moves markets: investor psychology.

Past performance is not indicative of future results and that's where fundamental analysis goes wrong. It fails to factor in the psychology that not only moves markets up and down but also leads analysts to extrapolate the current or past trend into the future. That's why fundamental analysts almost always miss major tops and bottoms.

Our friends over at Elliott Wave International employ the largest team of technical analysts in the world. They recognize that optimism peaks before market tops and pessimism troughs before market bottoms. They use powerful and sometimes unconventional tools to help identify psychological extremes that signal high-probability turning points.

EWI's brand-new 50 page eBook, The Ultimate Technical Analysis Handbook, will show you the various methods of technical analysis they use every day and teach you how to use these powerful tools for yourself.

If you're a technician, this eBook is perfect for you. If you're a fundamentals follower, it's more important than ever that you give technical analysis a closer look. Even if you never completely abandoned your fundamental indicators, you WILL benefit from understanding these valuable technical tools.

Download NOW! This valuable eBook is now offered for FREE!

Independent Investor eBook- Free Download

The old adage says, "you are what you eat," and today we're offering you a heaping portion of brain food.

At long last, the mainstream media is beginning to question buy-and-hold investing – it's a myth that EWI's original Independent Investor eBook debunked years ago. Even the "Efficient Market Hypothesis" has come under fire from the Oracle of Omaha himself – the Independent Investor long ago exposed EMH for the fantasy it is.
Now that the mainstream has finally caught up to these myths, the Independent Investor eBook can once again put you ahead of the herd; you can understand truths today that the mainstream will catch up to someday in the future.

You'll get the most groundbreaking and eye-opening reports ever published in Elliott Wave International's 30-year history, PLUS 6 brand-new chapters (43 new pages) of specific analysis, forecasts and commentary that will help you think independently in today's tumultuous market.
Tens of thousands read the first Independent Investor, but even many of them will miss out on the important new advice the new, greatly expanded eBook imparts. Put yourself ahead of the herd for years to come – get a copy of the new 118-page Independent Investor eBook today.

Download the New Independent Investor eBook now. It's FREE download.

The Report FED Does Not Want You to Read

Elliott Wave International have just released a free 34-page eBook, Understanding the Fed. It’s the free report the Federal Reserve doesn’t want you to read!

This eye-opening free report, which represents more than 10 years of research by Robert Prechter, goes beyond the Fed's history and government mandate; it digs into the Fed's real motivations for being the United States' "lender of last resort." In this 34-page report, you'll discover how the Fed's actions, combined with public outrage, may ultimately lead to its demise, plus much more about its secret activities and how it affects your money.

Download your free copy of EWIs Understanding the Fed eBook, here. It's FREE download.

 

Simple ways to avoid financial disaster in the stock market

How does technical analysis help us with our stock market investments? Here are few charts to help explain the simplest of technical indicators: The golden cross.

2000 - 2001 Market Crash - Nasdaq Chart

Look at the below chart and ponder:

Nasdaq Chart - Moving Avarages

2008 Market Crash - Nasdaq Chart

Market Crash of 2008
Were you still in the market? Chart says you should be out by early 2008.

Nasdaq - Golden Cross 2009

Golden Cross  - Nasdaq SMA cross
If you blindly follow the golden cross, you would sell Nasdaq around 2400 and buy again around 1850.

Stock Market Technical Analysis Makes Difference

In the above charts, do you notice when the red line crossed below the green line? (aka golden cross) Would it have saved you money if you were looking at this chart at that time? Would it have helped you be more cautious and protective about your investment egg?

If you are new to educating yourself about trading in the stock market, we will help you get started.

When the market is good, everybody gets lucky and makes money. But few has the knowledge to recognize when markets start going down. Or to recognize they are getting better again. There is no magic formula, but there are tools to turn the odds in your favor. Sometimes when we shop for groceries we waste time comparing items to get it a dollar cheaper. What do we do when we buy a stock? We click “buy” and throw in tons of money without realizing we do not have the necessary knowledge, information or skill to interpret the knowledge. And we hope to get lucky. That’s gambling without knowing the rules.

What do we offer?

This web site is for people who want to educate themselves about the stock market and technical analysis so that they can use relevant tools to make confident decisions with proper reasoning to increase their chances for market beating returns.

Knowing the fundamentals of a stock is important. However, the fact of life is that we do not have time to analyze the fundamentals of each individual stock we may want to invest in. And most of the time the few and small group of people will have insider knowledge and they will act on news before the rest of us even hear the news. Technical Analysis helps us capitalize on stock price moves without caring much about “why” they happen. We can focus on the fact that they happen. And we adjust our portfolio accordingly and leave the detailed fundamental analysis to the analysts.

Investment Environment

While the fundamentals of an individual stock may be too time consuming for us to investigate, it is important to understand the overall macro economic conditions that sets the stage for a bull market or a bear market. We discuss the inflation / deflation trends. We watch the FED base money supply. Total bank credit expansion or contraction and we explain how these relate to the market performance and economy in general.

We explain the basic FED and government motivation behind the housing bubble. We explain the financial crisis. We explain how debt inflates the money supply and causes inflation. Similarly how a slow down in borrowing causes deflation.

We will try to introduce you to the various tools and services that can help improve your investment results. We have partnered with Elliottwave International for market forecasting, we have IQ-Chart technical analysis software, and Sector Timing Report a market timing service.

Contrarian Market Analysis using Elliott Wave

We have partnered with Elliott Wave International to bring you the best analysis by Robert Prechter and his team.

Robert R. Prechter, Jr. (born 1949) is an American author and stock market analyst, known for his financial forecasts using the Elliott wave principle. Prechter has authored or edited 14 books, including Conquer the Crash, a New York Times bestseller. He has also published monthly financial commentary in The Elliott Wave Theorist since 1979, and is the founder of Elliott Wave International and New Classics Library. Prechter served on the board of the Market Technicians Association for nine years, and as the Association's President in 1990-1991. In recent years Prechter has supported the study of socionomics, a theory about human social behavior.

In 1979 Prechter left Merrill Lynch and published the first subscription issue of the Elliott Wave Theorist. The 1970s had been very bullish years in the gold market but mostly bearish for stocks, yet his Elliott wave analysis called for a long-term reversal lower in gold (February 1980) and a long-term "super bull market underway" in stocks (October 1982). Because these forecasts proved mostly correct—especially for the stock indexes—Prechter's following grew. His visibility increased further after he won the U.S. Trading Championship in 1984, with a then-record 444% return in a monitored options trading account. He was profiled in many financial and business publications, and named "Guru of the Decade" by the Financial News Network (now CNBC) for the 1980s.

In recent years he has been forecasting a large-scale bear market, as explained in his book Conquer the Crash.

Most recently Prechter made both the upward (Long) for the rally into the summer of 2007 and culminating with a leveraged short recommendation of the S&P 500 futures on July 17 2007 through an interim report mailed out intraday. This position (the short of the S&P 500 futures from the 1500s) was maintained until February 2009 representing nearly 900 points with the index at around 680's. Prechter also predicted a large and B wave rally with target in the 1000 to 1100 area, and lasting for a Fibonacci 38.2% of the length of the decline from the highs in the S&P 500. Once wave B higher completes, Prechter expects the largest impact of the bear market will occur. He also took the contrary view that reflects the dollar having put in a major low and looked for dollar strength as dollar-based leverage unwinds.

Check out the latest stock market forecast from Robert Prechter.

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Economic Crisis That No One Saw Coming

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How Elliott Wave Principle Can Improve Your Trading

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Europe’s Return to Risky Investment

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Stock Market Myths

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Robert Prechter on Herding and Markets\’ “Irony and Paradox”

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Death of the US Dollar

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Why Technical Analysis Beats Out Fundamental Analysis

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How A Bear Can Be Bullish And Still Be Right

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Prechter Stands Alone Again - He’s Done the Math

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The Three Phases of a Trader’s Education

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Think That Central Banks Move the Markets? Think Again

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How To Tell a Good Forecast from a Bad One

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IQ-Chart Technical Analysis Software

http://www.iqchart.com - Real Time Technical Analysis - Minute by Minute Charting

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  • Dozens of Technical Analysis Tools and Indicators

Ideal for day traders or frequent traders who care about intraday market fluctuations.

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Janet Yellen is About to Make History

August 2, 2013
Deflation in Europe

July 20, 2013
Extreme Sentiment Threatens Europe

June 19, 2013
How to Spot a Stock Market Top

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Jaguar Inflation - A Layman’s Explanation of Government Intervention to Free Markets

February 7, 2013
Should you or should you not diversify your investments?

December 14, 2012
Are we in Bull Market?

October 17, 2012
How to Prepare for the Coming Crash

September 23, 2012
Bond Market Bubble

July 27, 2012
Stock Market Crash

June 29, 2012
Is Your Bank Safe?

April 14, 2012
How to stay safe during the next economic crash?

March 28, 2012
European economy is contracting, is the US next?

February 5, 2012
How Deep Will the Cuts in Government Services Go?

January 25, 2012
Why do Traders Fail?

November 15, 2011
What are the Best Technical Indicators for Stock Market Trading?

October 20, 2011
Money, Credit and the Federal Reserve Bank

September 19, 2011
How Does Money Disappear in the Stock Market?

September 2, 2011
Behind Closed Doors at the Federal Reserve

August 18, 2011
Stock Market in Free Fall Territory

July 4, 2011
Can the Fed and the Economists Forecast the Future?

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Trading and Investing Using Elliott Wave Theory

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Is Lower Trade Deficit a Bullish Sign for the Stock Market?

May 3, 2011
Bin Laden and the Stock Market

April 19, 2011
Is deflation a threat despite Bernanke's printing press?

March 10, 2011
Pop culture, markets and the social mood

January 6, 2011
Do Earnings Drive Stocks?

December 22, 2010
Why Diversification Does Not Work in Today's Markets

November 24, 2010
Individual Investors Have Jumped Into Another Fire - Muni Bonds Crashing

October 27, 2010
Why You Should Care About DOW (DJIA) Priced in Gold

September 23, 2010
Signs of Deflation

August 19, 2010
Efficient Market Hypothesis - Is the Market Really Efficient?

August 10, 2010
Economic Crisis That No One Saw Coming

July 12, 2010
Stock Market Bottom and DOW Dividend Yield History

July 2, 2010
Deflationary Crash Ahead - Long Bear Market Looming

April 19, 2010
Goldman Sachs Charged With Fraud

April 6, 2010
Understanding the FED

March 16, 2010
What To Do With Your Pension Plan?

March 15, 2010
Popular Culture and the Stock Market

March 11, 2010
Five Fatal Flaws of Trading

March 9, 2010
Does Gold Always Go Up In Recessions and Depressions?

February 25, 2010
Credit Default Swaps Indicate Trouble for European Debt

February 23, 2010
News is Not What Moves the Markets

February 22, 2010
What Chinese Malls Tell Us About the Economic Reality

February 20, 2010
How Elliott Wave Principle Can Improve Your Trading

February 19, 2010
Europe’s Return to Risky Investment

February 17, 2010
Stock Market Myths

February 11, 2010
Robert Prechter on Herding and Markets\’ “Irony and Paradox”

February 10, 2010
Will The Bears Relinquish Control?

February 5, 2010
EUR/USD: What moves forex markets?

January 27, 2010
Can Bernanke Survive the Bear Market?

December 4, 2009
If You Think the Past Decade Was Bad For Stocks, Wait Till You See This

November 20, 2009
The FDIC Anesthesia Is Wearing Off

November 6, 2009
Financial Mania: What record trading volume says about confidence

October 29, 2009
Black Monday: Ancient History or Imminent Future

October 20, 2009
Gold: Bull or Bubble?

October 9, 2009
Death of the US Dollar

October 5, 2009
Why Technical Analysis Beats Out Fundamental Analysis

September 17, 2009
Germany’s DAX: Free Insight into Europe’s Leading Economy

September 15, 2009
Five Tips for Successful Trades

September 8, 2009
How A Bear Can Be Bullish And Still Be Right

September 4, 2009
Prechter Stands Alone Again - He’s Done the Math

September 2, 2009
How IRAs Can Tie Investors’ Hands

August 20, 2009
The Bounce is Aging, But The Depression is Young

August 13, 2009
Emotional Pitfalls of Trading

July 23, 2009
The Three Phases of a Trader’s Education

July 15, 2009
Spot a Pattern That you Recognize

June 15, 2009
A Road Map To SENSEX 100,000

May 29, 2009
Gold Is Still Money

April 23, 2009
Think That Central Banks Move the Markets? Think Again

April 2, 2009
Bob Prechter on Silver & Gold

March 25, 2009
Key To Trading Success: Ignore Nature's Laws?

March 19, 2009
Are We Near a Low in the Stock Decline?

March 11, 2009
6 Questions You Should Be Asking About the Financial Crisis (And 6 Must-Read Answers)

March 6, 2009
How To Tell a Good Forecast from a Bad One

February 26, 2009
A Better Way To Handle a Shrinking Business

February 19, 2009
The Last Bastion Against Deflation: The Federal Government

February 10, 2009
10 Things You Should and Should Not Do During Deflation