General Motors Poised For A Correction?

General Motors(GM) stock has been doing great since August, when it started rising from 24.70.  Currently above 36.00, the stock is getting more and more attractive. However, investors might want to wait a while before jumping in. The chart below explains why. According to the Elliott Wave Principle, every five-wave impulse like the one shown…

Read More »

Amazon Seems Ready For A Pull-Back

Amazon(AMZN) stock has been one of the stock market wonders of the year. It was trading near $310 at the start of 2015, but climbed above $680 a week ago. Many analysts say investors should wait for a pull-back, instead of buying right now. We agree with that. In addition, we believe Amazon is ready for…

Read More »

Berkshire Hathaway Not Giving Up Yet

Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Class B stock fell from above $100 to $45 during the 2007-2009 stock market crash. However, this 55% sell-off was followed by an even more impressive recovery to nearly $153 a share in December 2014. But 2015 has not been the best year for Berkshire Hathaway so far, as prices plunged to $125.10…

Read More »

Investors, Forget About MasterCard

Eight months ago, on march 7th, we published “MasterCard To Recall Memories Of 2008?”, saying the stock “could be expected to revisit the price area of $70”. We thought so, because the Elliott Wave Principle, the only method we use for our analyses, was suggesting MasterCard is ready for its wave (4) to the south…

Read More »

McDonalds: When Good Is Not Enough

McDonalds’ shares rose by more than 6% to a new all-time high of 110.83, after the company’s third-quarter earnings topped analysts’ expectations today. Earnings reports are considered to be among the most important financial news for a company, so we understand investors’ enthusiasm about McDonalds right now. However, it is only news. It might sound…

Read More »

American Airlines Still In A Bear Market?

In 2009, American Airlines stock fell below the 2-dollar mark and the skies were looking so dark, it was hard to imagine a plane flying up there again. Six years later, all the problems seemed to be forgotten as the stock reached as high as 56.20 in January 2015. But then, American Airlines started declining…

Read More »

You Should Not Have Trusted Pfizer

In the beginning of April 2015, Pfizer was surging towards the $35 mark, after an exceptionally strong six-year uptrend. However, one of the most important things in trading and investing is to remember that no trend lasts forever. That is why one needs a forecasting method, in order to be able to predict when the…

Read More »

The Real Reason BMW Is Falling

Volkswagen got caught cheating on diesel-emission tests, which, according to Bloomberg, threatens BMW and the whole automobile market as well. Many analysts say this is the reason BMW shares have been falling this week. Indeed, the stock fell below the 72-euro mark, but did we need an emission scandal to realize BMW is in trouble? On…

Read More »

FedEx Uptrend Far From Over

On April 6th, 2015, FedEx stock was trading near $166 per share, but in “FedEx Bulls Not Giving Up Yet” we shared out thoughts about a highly probable new top in wave 5 of (3). According to the Elliott Wave Principle, FedEx was supposed to climb above the 184-dollar mark in the near term. You…

Read More »

Boeing Fell As Expected On “Black Monday”

“Levels around $120 are highly probable.” You could find this sentence in “Boeing Approaching Severe Turbulence”, published on April 13th, 2015, when the stock was trading near $154. As always, our bearish expectations were based only on the Elliott Wave Principle. The analysis of Boeing stock we made five months ago is visible on the…

Read More »

We Warned You About Hewlett-Packard

Back in 2014, on November 19th, we published “Is Hewlett-Packard Strong Enough?”. We thought it was not. The only reason for our bearishness was the wave structure on the weekly chart of the stock. It could easily be counted as a five-wave impulse. See it below. According to the Elliott Wave Principle, every impulse is…

Read More »

Twitter: What Went Wrong?

On November 7, 2013, the first day of trading on the NYSE, Twitter shares opened at $26.00. Twitter investors were in seventh heaven on December 26th, 2013 when the stock reached as high as $74.68 per share. But what went wrong? The chart below shows our forecast since November 4th, 2014, when Twitter was trading…

Read More »

AT&T Could Surprise The Bears Soon

AT&T stock reached $36.43 On June 25th, but has been declining ever since. Yesterday, prices fell to $33.44, so the majority of market participants is slowly switching its outlook from positive to negative. But let’s take a look on the weekly chart of AT&T, which will allow us to form our own opinion. As visible, AT&T…

Read More »

Alcatel A Year Ahead Of The Nokia Deal

“Nokia agreed to buy out Alcatel-Lucent in an all-stock deal that values the French firm at €15.6 billion ($16.6 billion).” – The Wall Street Journal, April 15th, 2015. Apparently, a big deal for both companies, which has been under negotiation since 2013. But what interests us is the behavior of Alcatel-Lucent’s stock price. It does,…

Read More »

Boeing Approaching Severe Turbulence

Boeing Co. is another wonder-stock of the post-crisis years. It climbed up from $29 in 2009 to above $158 in February 2015. If you were to invest in Boeing 6 years ago, you would have been very happy today. However, no trend lasts forever. In our opinion,  the stock is likely to be a disappointment…

Read More »