What Are the BEST Technical Indicators for Successful Trading?

8 technical analysis tools that give any trader an edge You may have seen a TV ad where "traders" describe their strategies, and one says, "I trade on fundamentals." That sounds very reassuring -- except that, on any given day, "fundamentals" are a … [Read more...]

3 Bears for the Markets

These days there doesn't seem to be much in the way of good news out there anymore. What with Greece, the looming recession and all the market technicals looking negative we have three big bears (at least) roaring in our faces. In today's commentary … [Read more...]

Market Parallels to 2000 and 2008

The typical financial disclaimer reads, "the past is no predictor of the future" but learning from historical markets is definately a good thing to do. For some time now Robert Prechter has been telling us to expect a double dip with 2008 being the … [Read more...]

Head and Shoulders Stock Market Pattern: Still Valid?

A Multi-Year Technical Analysis Pattern "Bears" Watching By Robert Jay   Earlier this year, EWI's Robert Prechter described a "head and shoulders" pattern in the Dow Jones Industrials, saying it started in 1998 and is still … [Read more...]

Your Chance to Learn How to Forecast Markets Using Technical Analysis

EWI's Senior Tutorial Instructor Jeffrey Kennedy gives you practical lessons -- free September 17, 2010 By Elliott Wave International There are two camps of market analysts out there: the fundamental camp and the technical one. Fundamental … [Read more...]

Will Grains Gain OR Wane?

September 16, 2010 By Elliott Wave International Over the past few months, leading grain prices have climbed up the commodity wall like a "mile-a-minute" kudzu vine. From late June to early August, the big three grain markets (wheat, corn, and … [Read more...]

DJIA’s 200-Day Moving Average: Will the Dow stay above or below this demarcation line?

By Elliott Wave International Moving averages are one of the most widely followed indicator in technical analysis. Simply put, when the price of an index or stock stays above a particular price moving average line on a chart, that price level … [Read more...]