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Do you share the common belief that stocks are always rising? Well, if you do, we will have to disappoint you. Stocks fall sometimes. Fortunately, they do 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.

Netflix Stock Might Be a Bad Idea


The last time we wrote about Netflix was on February 18th, 2016, while the stock was trading below $95 a share. The article was called “Netflix Bulls to Return Even Stronger”, because the Elliott Wave Principle suggested the stock’s uptrend is still not over and new all-time highs should be seen. The chart below shows […]

3M – Mass Madness in the Making


3M Company is a diversified technology giant, founded in 1902. It is a component of the DJIA, the S&P 500 and S&P 100. Its steady earnings and dividend records makes it one of the most beloved blue chip stocks in the U.S., which people think can be bought at any price, because they always seem to […]

Too Late to Join Boeing’s Bull Party


Do you remember February 13th, 2016? On that day we published an ARTICLE, called “Boeing’s Crash Is All But Surprising!”. If you have not read it, we strongly recommend you read it now, because it is the ultimate example of the Elliott Wave Principle‘s superiority over the news-following approach to the markets. At the time […]

Too Early to Buy the Amazon Dip


Amazon stock was one of the biggest losers following the U.S. election. Shares plunged to as low as 710 dollars a share on November 14th, but truth is the bulls gave up much earlier – on October 6th – when Amazon reached its all-time high of $847. Fortunately, some might think, Amazon has recovered some […]

Apple is a Buy… At 60 Per Share


When Apple Inc. went public at $22 a share in 1980, it instantly made about 300 people millionaires. 35 years and 4 splits later, Apple stock reached an all-time high of $134.54 in April, 2015, which valued the company at over 700 billion. Apple’s stock price is currently hovering around $117 a share after a […]

Own Arthur J Gallagher At Your Own Risk


Arthur J Gallagher & Co., founded in 1927, has its headquarters in Itasca, Illinois, and provides insurance brokerage and risk management services in the United States and internationally. The company’s stock reached an all-time high of 51.24 dollars a share last month, but experienced investors know that it is not a wise thing to buy just […]

EQT Corporation: Better Safe Than Sorry


EQT Corporation, found in 1925 and headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, operates as an integrated energy company in the United States. In 2014, the company’s stock price hit 111.47. Unfortunately, the slump in crude oil and natural gas prices damaged EQT’s profits, so it is not a surprise that the stock declined to 47.10 in December, […]