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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(Video, 3:51 min.) Market insight: U.S. Dollar at 11-Year High Against Euro
On March 4, we spoke with Jim Martens, our Chief Currency Strategist. -- Jim, it's a good time to talk about currencies, because the euro has just touched an 11-year low against the dollar. Did you ever think you'd live to see this day?
Gold Investors: Who You Callin' Crazy?
Gold has been mired in a four-year long bear market, with prices still sitting 30%-plus below their 2011 high. And, some people are saying it's crazy to own gold.
Social Mood Conference: Be There BEFORE Everything Changes
It's difficult to appreciate something when you can't make sense of it and see how it can influence -- and even improve -- some critical aspect (or aspects) of your everyday life. That is precisely where socionomics, a new science of social prediction, steps in.
(Video, 3:17 min.) What the Nosedive in U.S. Manufacturing Jobs Means
Manufacturing jobs were the foundation of the U.S. economy. But since 1979, manufacturing jobs have been disappearing. We've gone from "making things" to "financing things." Learn why this is a harbinger of economic deterioration.
(Video, 2:36 min.) Here's What Stock Market Bulls Might Be Overlooking
On Feb. 27, the 4th quarter U.S. GDP was revised downward to 2.2%. "U.S. stock markets shrugged off the revision" -- after all, the conventional wisdom says that as long as the economy is growing, so is the stock market. Except, it’s not exactly true.
(Interview, 2:02 min.) Why Investing in Deflation Is So, SO Difficult (Part 3)
In the third clip from Steve Hochberg’s recent interview with MarketWrap Radio, our Chief Market Analyst explains that in a deflationary environment, you shouldn't expect to get a return on your money. Instead... Well, listen.
(Video, 3:42 min.) Public Pensions: No Longer Untouchable
Many retirees could receive a smaller payout from their pension plans than they expect. Once considered out of the question, pension plan cuts are now on the table. One governor has just proposed a freeze on his state's pension plan.
Why Expectations for Future Global Business Activity are Plunging
Investors continue to display excessive optimism toward stocks, while economic fundamentals only continue to deteriorate. What should you make of that? Here's what we think.
(Video, 2:27 min.) Stocks: It's All Been Done Before
There's a lot of bullishness out there. And "when nearly all investors are bullish, they tend to view the stance as conservative, because, after all, everyone is doing it. This is even true for professional investors..." We're not the only ones noticing this uber-optimism.
"Audit the Fed"? We've Already Done That (Well, Kind of)
The controversial "Audit the Fed" bill is soon before Congress. But, we at EWI have long since conducted our own "audit" of the Fed -- and the results might shock you.
(Video, 3:06 min.) Does the Federal Reserve Drive the Stock Market Trend?
Millions of investors analyze the Fed's every word. But do central banks control financial markets? It's time to take a close look at the data.
(Interview, 5:08 min.) The Markets Are Bigger Than Central Banks (Part 2)
In part two (of three) from EWI's Chief Market Analyst Steve Hochberg's recent interview, Hochberg explains why the Fed and ECB don't really control the markets.
(Video, 2:58 min.) Does Nasdaq 5000 Make Sense This Time?
After 15 years, the Nasdaq has returned to the lofty level of the Internet bubble days. One money manager says the tech-heavy index now sports stronger fundamentals vs. March 2000. But will stellar earnings send the Nasdaq higher?
Q&A: Stocks and Shootings â€“ Is There a Connection?
In this interview with the Socionomics Foundation’s Alexandra Lienhard, Dr. Agarwal discusses his recent paper on the fascinating link between trends in the stock market and firearms-related hospitalizations.
(Video, 3:50 min.) Another Looming Subprime Loan Crisis?
Subprime loans have reached the highest level since the start of the financial crisis. A new crop of nonbank lenders has entered the subprime marketplace. We've seen this movie before and it doesn't end well.
(Interview, 2:49 min.) The "Good Deflation" Myth (Part 1)
In this first (of three) clip from a recent interview, EWI's Chief Market Analyst, Steve Hochberg gives you our take on talk about the stock market and recent volatility.
(Video, 4:15 min.) In Europe, a Bizarre New World of Negative Bond Yields
Negative bond yields have arrived in Europe! "Investors are paying for the privilege of lending to the most trusted borrowers." There is "no precedent," say the experts. Only there IS a precedent, and a big one.
How Is a "Bear-Market House" Different from a "Bull-Market House"?
What does a "bull-market house" look like? Here's a clue: It looks like a bull-market car. Socionomic research shows that during periods of rising social mood -- i.e., during a bull market in stocks -- automobile frames are boxier. That's not all...
Socionomics: Now Trending
In 2013-2014, a Google News search for "socionomics" yielded more and more results linking to medical journals, public radio, and major financial publications. Socionomic breakthroughs are earning their place in the press and in the social and economic sciences.
(Interview, 4:12 min.) Swiss National Bank Didn't "Choose" Anything -- Market Chose for Them
Here, EWI's European analyst, Brian Whitmer, tells you why the Swiss National Bank really decided to unpeg the Swiss franc from the euro -- and offers his take on when the "domino effect" from the decision will end.
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