Do you share the common belief that stocks are always rising? Well, if you do, we will have to disappoint you. The stock market falls sometimes. Fortunately, it does it by the rules of the Wave Principle. So, if you want to rely on something more than the old “just buy shares” advice, you may be interested in this section.

Intel Stock Keeps Its Elliott Wave Promise

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Not too long ago, on August 10th, Intel stock was trading around $36.60 per share. The price was in recovery mode, following a decline from $38.45 to $33.25. By November 3rd, it reached $47.29 for a 29.2% return in less than three months. According to analysts covering the company, the reason for this phenomenal surge…

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Ingersoll-Rand: A Dangerous Dip to Buy

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In less than two years, Ingersoll-Rand’s stock more than doubled. The price was down to $47.08 in January, 2016. On October 24th, 2017, it touched $96.23 for a total return of 104.3%, not counting the dividends. Anyone, who managed to catch this rally from the start is probably very pleased with the result. The problem…

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Waddell and Reed’s Woes Not Over Yet

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As stock market averages continue to rise, people have started to wonder why do they need to pay someone to manage their money, if they could achieve a satisfactory return just by buying and ETF tracking the S&P 500, for example. As a result, money has been pouring out of hedge funds at a record…

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Colgate-Palmolive Forming a Major Reversal Pattern?

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Colgate Palmolive is a leading consumer products company, focused on healthcare, household and personal care. Founded over 210 years ago as a soap and candle factory by William Colgate, the company now employs 36 700 people worldwide. With $15.2 billion in revenue and a $2.44 billion profit last year, Colgate-Palmolive is a business investors feel…

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JNJ Stock Bulls to Call a 15% Timeout?

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Johnson & Johnson is a global medical, pharmaceutical and consumer goods manufacturer, founded in 1886. The company’s stock, listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol JNJ, is a component in the S&P 500 as well as in the Dow Jones Industrial Average index. This is a blue chip company with a long…

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Oil States Stock Getting Cut in Half Again?

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Eight month ago, we stumbled upon the daily chart of Oil States stock and immediately recognized a dangerous situation. A few days before New Year, while OIS was trading close to $40 a share, the Elliott Wave Principle warned us that “the bears are supposed to take the wheel again“, since there was a “Textbook…

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Advance Auto Parts to Triple From Current Levels

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It has been a rough week for Advance Auto Parts shareholders. The stock closed at $109.32 on Monday, only to crash to as low as $82.21 on Tuesday for its biggest one-day drop ever, after the company announced weak results and provided a grim sales outlook. What makes things even worse is the fact that…

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Apple’s High Price Makes It a Risky Bet

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In May 2016, Apple stock fell slightly below the $90 mark. Yesterday, August 15th, 2017, shares climbed as high as $162.20 for a total gain of 81.2% in just 15 months. One of Apple’s largest shareholders, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, took a huge advantage of this surge by buying AAPL shares when they were priced…

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Intel on the Verge of Something Big

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“Another decline at least to the support area near $34 – $33 might be underway.”  That is what the Elliott Wave Principle suggested about the share price of Intel Corp. back on January 31st. While the stock was trading at $37.40 over six months ago, we published an article to show you the following chart.…

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Berkshire’s Double Divergence Spells Trouble

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Berkshire Hathaway’s shareholders are not like the owners of other public companies. By following Warren Buffett’s long-term approach, most of them stay with the company in good times and bad, regardless of what the market is doing with the price of the stock. Nevertheless, it pays to be prepared. The last time we wrote about…

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Do Not Write Hibbett Sports Off Just Yet

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Hibbett Sports stock was trading above $68 per share for a while in December, 2013. Today, less than four years later, you could buy in for under $16. At one point last week, Hibbett was down by 81% from its all-time high. Such a severe crash could fill with doubts even the most devoted of…

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Winds Might Change for Vestas Wind Systems

Vestas Wind Systems is the world’s largest wind turbine manufacturer. The company has installed almost 60 000 wind turbines in 76 countries around the globe. Last year’s record breaking revenue of 10.2 billion euro helped the stock gain enough inertia to give Vestas Wind Systems a market cap of $19.2 billion as of this writing.…

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Stay Worried About Tesla Stock

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Just when Elon Musk’s Tesla is about to start delivering its first mass-production electric vehicle – the Model 3 – to clients, the stock suddenly dropped from an all-time high of $387 to $303 in just two trading weeks. The price managed to rebound and is currently hovering around $323 a share. However, the company…

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WPP Stock to Lose 30% from Current Levels

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Like many others, communications services provider WPP Plc stock rebounded handsomely from its Financial crisis bottom at $22.35 a share in late-2008. By May 2015, the bulls had already lifted the price above the $120 mark. The problem is that unlike many other stocks, WPP’s went exactly nowhere during the past two years, locked in the…

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Verizon: The Worst DJIA Stock of 2017

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According to a report by Yahoo, Verizon stock is the worst performer among the 30 stocks within the Dow Jones Industrial Average so far in 2017, after the share price of the telecom giant is down by over 18.5% this year. And indeed, Verizon finished 2016 close to $53.40 a share. Last week, it fell to…

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