Paul Quillen - Emini Futures DayTrader Education
Learn how to actively daytrade the popular emini S&P
500 futures using pattern recognition based upon Simplified Elliott Wave.
This is the original Day Trading Course, educating stock index futures day traders from
26 countries since 1994. A full year course kicked off with 49 convenient
bite-size videos to learn the basics. Then join our 9:30 to 4 p.m.
Eastern chat room for real time chat about the setups and techniques. At 4
p.m. Eastern, stick around for our Daily Recap Webinar where you can show your trades and
have them critiqued.
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 stock 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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Elliott Waves Point to Market Probabilities
The Elliott Wave Principle can help you assess probabilities regarding future market movement. Our wave analysis has kept our subscribers ahead of recent market turns. Here's a free tutorial to help you learn what you need to know about the Elliott Wave Principle.
(Interview, 1:44 min.) Euro vs. Dollar: See Why "Excitement Is Yet to Come"
Stocks and oil weren’t the only markets going berserk in late August. EURUSD, the world’s biggest forex market, first rallied 700+ pips -- and then crashed about 500 pips back down to earth, all in a matter of days...
Crude Oil Bulls Go Back to School
Here's the what: Oil prices have just enjoyed their strongest 3-day rally since Iraq's 1990 invasion of Kuwait. Now, read why OPEC is not to thank for the upsurge...
(Video, 3:33 min.) Quantitative Easing â€“ All for Nothing? (Confessions of a Fed Insider)
The only thing the Fed has to show for its purchase of $1.5 trillion worth of Treasuries (QE) is a high-priced stock market. Now even that may be crumbling. The credibility of the central bank is on the line.
$37.75 a barrel is how low crude fell this week. You have to look back to the darkest days of the 2007-2009 financial crisis to see when crude last traded this low. But that was at the start of the week. By Friday's close...
(Podcast, New Episode) Financial Markets in August 2015: Which Movie as a Metaphor?
The new episode of our Pop Trends Price Culture podcast (free on iTunes and other players) lives up to its name by exploring a certain classic movie as a metaphor for the dark August of 2015. Listen for yourself.
Are You Puzzled by Gold's Price Action?
The story goes like this: First, gold prices soar as global stock markets crash. Then, gold prices plunge as global stock markets... crash? It's time for a different version of events...
(Interview, 2:42 min.) Crude Oil: A Bottom in Sight?
Elliott Wave International's Chief Energy Analyst, Steve Craig, offers you his take on the recent volatility in crude oil. As always, Steve’s explanations are refreshingly unconventional. Enjoy his unique view of the market.
(Video, 3:18 min.) Why Is Crude Oilâ€™s Price So Volatile?
Many energy market observers say “oversupply” explains oil’s price plunge. Others blame the financial turmoil in China. We see a rare trend at work that you need to know about.
Chinaâ€™s Yuan Devaluation: Why It Was â€śExpectedâ€ť
China’s economy is slowing. Its stock market began to crash back in July. And, the volatility rocking financial markets has been widely linked to the recent yuan devaluations by China's central bank. Speaking of that...
Stocks: What a â€ś3rd Waveâ€ť Looks Like
Bear markets are faster than bull markets. Why? Because bear markets are driven by fear. Greed is a “slower” emotion. That’s why it took the DJIA less than a week to erase the entire rally that took two years. But wait...
(Video, 3:31 min.) Shanghai Stock Shock: Warnings of a Major Slide
Just one week before the Shanghai Composite’s June 12 high, our Elliott Wave Financial Forecast said, “China’s stock market is definitely in a mania … the rush into shares will end badly for investors.” Now, we’re preparing subscribers for further global financial turmoil.
(Interview, 4:47 min.) How Crazy Volatility Translates into CLEAR Wave Counts
In this new interview, editor of our monthly European Financial Forecast, Brian Whitmer, tells you how he approaches market volatility -- and whether we’ll see more of it in Europe.
China: Another Rate Cut. Another Marketâ€¦ Rout?
China's Shanghai Composite Index just suffered its worst 2-day rout since the 2007 financial crisis. Now, say the usual pundits, it's up to monetary officials to stem the tide. Are they right?
(Interview, 2:47 min.) China: First -- Freefall. Then -- Panic. Now What?
Yes, China has crashed. But what about the big picture? Get your questions answered with this new interview with Chris Carolan, Elliott Wave International’s Global Opportunities Expert.
This Investment â€śVehicleâ€ť Shows Five Waves Up
This credit-fueled financial vehicle traveled northward at breakneck speed. Two charts suggest that the return trip southward has only started.
(Video, 4:05 min.) Investors Furiously Flee U.S. Stocks
The investor stampede out of stocks has produced some of the most furious selling since the 2007-2008 financial crisis. Learn why ill-prepared money managers are contributing to the stunning downtrend.
When Markets Go Nuts, "Emotions Are Not Your Friend"
Read this new interview with Tom Prindaville, editor of Elliott Wave International’s U.S. Stocks Intraday Pro Service, to get his take on the latest price action -- and new key price levels he’s looking at.
Hong Kong's Bear Market Returns -- But Is It Here to Stay?
Three short months ago, the Hang Seng Index was orbiting a 7-year high. Now, on August 20, the index entered official bear market territory. Here's the bottom "line" as to why.
Global Stocks Slide
The Dow's 1000-point slide this week put it solidly in the red for 2015. The S&P 500, too. Even the white-hot NASDAQ was down 6% for the week. Is this a "normal correction" -- or are the "bubble days" really over?
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