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Obama and Nixon: The Developing Parallels
The following is a reprint of the “Cultural Trends” section of the November 2013 Elliott Wave Financial Forecast, edited by Steve Hochberg and Pete Kendall

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
12/5/2013 4:15:00 PM

The U.S. presidency provides one more amazing parallel to the Dow’s last significant top in 2007. Then, as now, stocks kept pressing higher despite an array of bearish indicators. Subscribers may remember one specific indicator...

Filed Under: Education, Elliott wave, long-term trend, steve hochberg, U.S. Markets

Category: Subscriber Updates


U.S. Dollar and Government Shutdown: What to Expect

By Jim Martens, Senior Currency Strategist
9/30/2013 6:15:00 PM

The economic calendar is light this week. The most important release is the monthly jobs data due Friday morning.  But the jobs data is not the headline event for the week.  It's the potential for a government shutdown at midnight tonight.  How will the dollar react to a shutdown? How will it react to an agreement that keeps it open? I don't think anyone can answer either question with confidence. Besides, “react” is a wrong word here...

Filed Under: economic indicators, Education, Elliott wave, Elliott Wave Trading, Forex, fundamental analysis, long-term trend, technical indicators, U.S. dollar, U.S. Markets

Category: Subscriber Updates


Develop Your Taste for Elliott Wave Analysis with our NEW Beginners Course
Ready to improve your trading, but not sure where to start? Read this interview excerpt from course designer and Head of Traders Education, Wayne Gorman

By Jill Noble
8/24/2012 4:00:00 PM

If you're new to Elliott wave analysis and you haven't developed an understanding yet, or if you've followed us for a while and would like to dig deeper into understanding the method, our Senior Analyst Wayne Gorman has developed an Intensive One-Day Elliott Wave Workshop to help you develop your "taste" for the Wave Principle.

Filed Under: Education, Elliott Wave Investing, Elliott Wave Trading, technical analysis

Category: Subscriber Updates


Peter L. Brandt: FREE 35-minute Webinar from a Veteran Commodities Trader
From Mistakes to Success: 30 Years of Trading -- in 3 days

By Jill Noble
5/3/2012 11:30:00 AM

Preview what Peter Brandt teaches an exclusive, international group of traders and hedge fund managers, and learn how to get $1,000 off the regular price for a limited time only>>

Filed Under: Education

Category: Subscriber Updates



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