Paul Quillen - Emini Futures DayTrader Education
Learn how to actively daytrade the popular emini stock index futures using pattern recognition based upon Simplified Elliott Wave.
Day Trade stocks, ETFs, emini futures, or forex. This is the original Day Trading Course, educating stock index futures day traders from 17 countries since 1994. A year-long course kicked off with 5-days of intensive One-on-One training, either in person or online. Includes a full year of support.
Learn how to trade stocks and ETFs. Typical time frame is anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. Emphasis on visual chart analysis, risk-adverse trades. Everything you need to know. No details left out. Full course up front. Includes 3 months of email support...extendable.
Several investments per year. Designed for those that can't or don't want to watch the market every day and that want specific investment info sent to them.
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Q&A: John Grable on How Our Feelings Impact Our Finances
Professor, financial planner and risk tolerance expert John Grable to speak at 5th Annual Social Mood Conference. Professor John Grable has spent his career uncovering how investors’ feelings get in the way of making good decisions with their money. Enjoy this Q&A on How Our Feelings Impact Our Finances.
All Eyes on Crude Oil
Crude oil rises ahead of ECB stimulus proposal. Crude oil falls after ECB stimulus proposal. Any questions!?
The Most Important Investment Event You'll Attend in 2015
Allow me to invite you to EWI's State of the U.S. Markets Online Conference. This conference event is happening now and goes through this coming Tuesday, January 27 plus it's free and easy for you to participate.
(Video, 2:53 min.) Gold: Will Investors Get Fooled Again?
Financial markets can be tricky. Prices have a way of turning down just when optimism reaches its zenith, and turning up at extremes of pessimism. Learn how this applies to gold.
Copper Hasn't Lost its Diagnostic Touch
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Falling prices are an effect of deflation. Learn what deflation really means and why you should prepare for it now.
(Interview, 5:31 min.) "Swiss Move Validates EWI's Larger Philosophy"
Following the Swiss National Bank's unexpected decision to abandon its policy of capping the Swiss franc, Chris Carolan explains that the Swiss are recognizing the same types of danger that EWI has been talking about for a long time.
(Video, 2:39 mins.) An Ominous Price Pattern Anticipates Crude's Price Collapse
"Anyone who says they anticipated this 50% drop (in crude oil's price) is not saying the truth." "The plummeting price of oil was the most unexpected major development in the world economy last year." These two remarks from the financial media are misinformed. Learn why.
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April 11, 2015: One Day Could Change the Way You See Everything
At the 2014 Social Mood Conference, Bob Prechter demonstrated that mainstream economics, with its use of linear forecasting, cannot foresee coming trend changes in the economy or the markets. This chart speaks for itself.
(Video, 2:11 min.) Swiss National Bank Shocks ALMOST Everyone
We sat down with Brian Whitmer, the editor of our monthly European Financial Forecast, to get his take on the Swiss National Banks decision to stop defending the Swiss franc. Watch.
(Video, 3:17 min.) A Bitcoin Warning: The Digital Currency Takes a Tumble
Elliott Wave International discussed Bitcoin when the digital currency traded for six cents. Since then, Bitcoin has seen dramatic price fluctuations. Learn how we kept subscribers ahead of Bitcoin's price trend.
The Swiss Central Bank Shocks the World
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European ETFs: A Bright Light in All the Darkness
"2014 was a truly amazing year for the [exchange traded fund] industry." We'd like to add: Especially for those ETF investors using the Elliott wave model.
(Video, 2:47 min.) An Indicator from the 2007 Market Top Flashes a Warning Now
The Elliott Wave Financial Forecast recently discussed an indicator that appeared to be "especially ominous." Since that commentary, the stock market has turned increasingly volatile. See how this same indicator foretold of a reversal in stocks in 2007.
(Video: 2:16 min.) Gold's Sneaky Rally: A Quick Insight
Today, we're speaking with Tom Denham, the editor of our Metals Pro Service. -- Tom, over the past few weeks, gold has been quietly climbing and today it's trading near a 3-month high. What's your take on gold?
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(Video, 6:55 min.) Pity the Euro... Or Maybe Not
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